Cîroc has partnered with celebrity chef Richard Ingraham to create a curated menu of food and cocktail pairings inspired by the flavors of the new, limited-edition Cîroc Pomegranate. Complete with decadent ingredients found in these fan-favorite sweet and savory dishes, Cîroc is giving fans the opportunity to cherish special moments spent around the table.
Chef Richard leaned into the festive nature of Friendsgiving to create recipes that are sure to stand out on any table. Recipes include Twice Baked Sweet Potatoes with Toasted Marshmallows and Pecan Bacon Brittle to savor with the Pomegranate Spritzer and Asiago and Herb Beef Roast to enjoy with Half on the Pomegranate.
Cîroc is spreading more love by giving people the chance to taste this menu in-person with Chef Richard. From now through November 14 at 11:59:59 p.m. ET,** U.S. residents 21+ can enter for the chance to win the ultimate Friendsgiving Dinner at home, prepared by Chef Richard himself. One lucky winner will win this experience for themselves and up to six other people (21+) to enjoy a tasty Friendsgiving menu inspired by the flavors of Pomegranate. To enter, head over to the sweepstakes’ official webpage.
Fans can also order an exclusive Cîroc Pomegranate Friendsgiving Cocktail Kit. The custom cocktail kit includes all the ingredients to make the signature Cîroc Pomegranate Jewel along with select cookware essentials to create Chef Richard’s signature Chocolate Toffee Bread Pudding served with Creme Anglaise. The pudding is an upgraded take on the classic dish found on many tables during the season with flavors that complement the juicy notes of the Pomegranate Jewel. Available for a limited time only, the Friendsgiving Cocktail Kit is now available for purchase on Cocktail Courier.
“Friendsgiving is the time where we gather around the table to enjoy a delicious meal accompanied by great drinks with our family and friends,” said Chef Richard. “I was inspired by the flavors of Cîroc Pomegranate to create a menu of recipes that were created with love and that would give people something simple but elevated to prepare at home.”