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This pomegranate non alcoholic spritzer is the perfect tangy sweet mocktail, featuring lime and ruby red pomegranate juice.

Pomegranate Non Alcoholic Spritzer | Pomegranate drinks

Are you into mocktails? Sometimes when you’re entertaining, you need a delicious, fancy drink that’s an option for people who are not drinking alcohol, too. This pomegranate non alcoholic spritzer can be either a cocktail or a mocktail! It’s sweet and slightly tangy, featuring that beautiful ruby red pomegranate juice color. It looks lovely garnished with pomegranate seeds or lime wedges. It’s a perfect fall drink for entertaining. Keep reading for the non alcoholic spritzer recipe!

Pomegranate Non Alcoholic Spritzer | Pomegranate drinks

How to make this non alcoholic spritzer

This pomegranate non alcoholic spritzer is very easy to mix up. It’s simply a combination of soda water, non alcoholic apple cider, pomegranate juice, and fresh squeezed lime juice. Simply combine them all and garnish with lime wedges and pomegranate seeds!

To make the soda water, we use this SodaStream. Can I rave about using a SodaStream for a second? Alex and I were in a habit of drinking a specifically trendy carbonated water product all the time. Instead of buying so many cans of that, we had the idea to get a SodaStream. It’s also a great healthy beverage substitute for soda pop.

Alex used to be a huge pop drinker, and while he hasn’t had the stuff in years, he still enjoys beverages that are more exciting than plain old water. Soda water with some lemon and/or lime wedges is a perfect soda substitute (or a sub for that magical trendy carbonated water), and we drink it often. It’s also fun to experiment with carbonating other beverages, like wine — it makes instant champagne!

To make soda water: Our SodaStream!

We hope you enjoy this cocktail or mocktail! Let us know if you make it; tag us @acouplecooks and leave us a comment below!

Pomegranate Non Alcoholic Spritzer | Pomegranate drinks

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This non alcoholic spritzer recipe is…

Non alcoholic, vegetarian, vegan, plant based, dairy free, naturally sweet, and refined sugar free.

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Pomegranate Non Alcoholic Spritzer

  • Author: a Couple Cooks
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Cook Time: 0 minutes
  • Total Time: 5 minutes
  • Yield: 4 1x


This pomegranate non alcoholic spritzer is the perfect tangy sweet mocktail, featuring lime and ruby red pomegranate juice.


  • 450 mL apple cider (non-alcoholic)
  • 150 mL pomegranate juice
  • 300 mL soda water
  • 2 limes
  • Pomegranate seeds (optional)
  • Vodka or bourbon (optional)


  1. Mix together 450 mL apple cider, 150 mL pomegranate juice, and 300 mL soda water (we used a soda maker, available here). For an alcoholic version, add a splash of vodka or bourbon.
  2. Cut lime wedges and add the juice of two wedges to each serving. Garnish with lime wedges and pomegranate seeds.
  • Category: Drink
  • Method: Stirred
  • Cuisine: American

Keywords: Pomegranate Spritzer, Cider Spritzer, Pomegranate Drink, Cider Drink, Mocktail, Cocktail, Drink Recipes, Fall Drinks

About the authors

Sonja & Alex

Hi, we’re Alex and Sonja Overhiser, married cookbook authors, food bloggers, and recipe developers. We founded A Couple Cooks to share fresh, seasonal recipes for memorable kitchen moments! Our recipes are made by two real people and work every time.

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  1. This drink sounds right up my street. Although I love a good cocktail, I’m quite partial to a non-alcoholic version too and definitely enjoy drinking something that’s a bit more special than water, particularly around the holidays.

  2. This looks delicious, but I am a little surprised to see your liquid measurements are not in ounces or cups, but rather are metric. Why the departure?

    1. Haha! I was wondering if anyone would notice :-) After figuring out the 3-1-2 proportion that I liked, mL offered the easiest way to up it to 4 servings. Sorry if its confusing!

  3. This looks lovely! I have a question though, what exactly is your apple cider? Here in the UK, apple cider is alcoholic. Is it some kind of sparkling apple juice for you guys?

    1. Sasha, thanks for this comment! I didn’t realize apple cider was alcoholic in the UK! In the US, “apple cider” is non-alcoholic (but not sparkling), and “hard cider” is alcoholic. Is this something accessible to you in the UK? I’ll update the recipe too!

      1. Oh that’s really interesting! Yes and in some cases it is very alcoholic! I guess that we would just use apple juice then, or sparkling apple juice and omit the soda. Unless your apple cider is not the same as apple juice?

        1. Hi Sasha, I’ve found that the closest equivalent to apple cider in the UK is the Copella cloudy apple juice – it seems to be pretty much the same thing.

  4. Growing up in a Persian family, I was raised eating pomegranate and it’s one of my favorite winter foods. I’m always looking for new ideas to use it, and can’t wait to try this recipe out!

  5. I’m loving your new gift shop, I just want everything! Also, I can see myself sipping a few of these while preparing Thanksgiving dinner : )

    1. Oh, thank you so much, Abby! All the gift shop items are our absolute favorites. Let us know if you try anything out!

  6. I’m currently planning our Thanksgiving feast using recipes from some of my favorite folks and this just certainly made the drink list (assuming we can get apple cider and pomegranate juice in Iceland). Although I’m gonna have to go with non-optional gin. ;)