Many people don’t know that there are several varieties of Pomegranates and Stoli has used the rare white pomegranate. The white pomegranate has a yellow skin/shell as opposed to the ruby red skin/shell we normally see and is actually sweeter than the red ones. I actually knew someone who had a white pomegranate tree in their yard, and the skin/shell was quite yellow – I thought it was actually a Guava (another exotic fruit) but it wasn’t and tasted quite delicious.
With the introduction of this new exotic flavor, Stoli has opened the door for some very interesting new cocktails. If you like the refreshingly tart taste of grapefruit juice, then the Stoli White Pom Greyhound is for you.
or maybe you prefer something a tad sweeter, then why not try the Stoli White Pom Pearadise
I think I might be somewhat inventive and create my own special cocktail with my Revolution Tea White Pomegranate Tea and see how I like a twist on a refreshing summer drink.
Stoli White Pomegranik launched last month (May 2010) nationwide, a 750ml bottle retails for $23.99. It will also be available in 1.75-litre ($41.49) and 1-litre ($31.99). For more information on Stoli, visit their website, www.stoli.com or become a fan on their Facebook Page