Silent Night Cocktail

Dec 1, 2023

Are you looking for a delectable Christmas pomegranate cocktail? The Silent Night Cocktail becomes the centerpiece in a twelve drinks of Christmas extravaganza. Are you up for the challenge? The challenge is to indulge in a delicious, tastebud tingling beverage on each of the twelve nights before Christmas. Each day brings a new reason to celebrate our LGBTQ community, harmonizing holiday joy with the spirit of inclusivity and love.

The Silent Night Cocktail brings a twist to the tradition of holiday carols. During the Christmas season carols like “Silent Night” not fill the air with festive cheer and bring people together, much like the when a gay walks into a room. Enjoying this cocktail becomes an opportunity to reflect on the true meaning of Christmas. And, what better way to do it than enjoying 12 of them?

A Delightful Christmas Pomegranate Cocktail For All Things Christmas

Amidst the festive hustle, the Silent Night Cocktail offers a moment of peace and reflection. It’s a chance to pause and appreciate the beauty of the season, the progress made in queer rights, and the supportive network that the community provides. This cocktail, much like the carol it’s named after, invites us to embrace the tranquility and serenity of the holiday season.

The Twelve Days of Christmas Pomegranate Cocktails

Enjoy this pomegranate treat while you revel in all the glory of the Christmas season. Here’s how we will celebrate with a Silent Night Cocktail over the course of twelve Christmas celebrations.

The First Day – A Toast to Love

On the first day with the Silent Night Cocktail, we toast to love in all its forms. It’s a celebration of the love that binds our community together, resilient, and enduring.

Second Day – Cheers to Equality

The second day raises a glass to the strides made in equality. Each sip is a reminder that we need to continue to fight for our rights. But also reminds us to see the progress we’ve made, reflecting on where we’ve come from. 

The Third Day – A Tribute to Allies

Day three is dedicated to our allies, who stand with us, understanding and supporting our fight for rights and recognition. Raise a toast to the businesses, immunity members, friends, and family who are always there for us when we most need it. 

The Fourth Day – A Salute to Trailblazers

The fourth toast honors the trailblazers who paved the way for queer rights. Their courage and determination continue to inspire us. People, whom without them, our community would not see advancement. 

The Fifth Day – Celebrating Diversity

On day five, we celebrate the diversity within our community. This cocktail becomes a symbol of the myriad identities and expressions that enrich us. The delicious flavor that dances on our tongue serves to show that life is sweeter when we embrace being unique. 

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You didn’t think we would stop at only six days of celebrations, did you? We promised you twelve days of Christmas cheer. Let’s continue on with the perfect way to celebrate. 

The Sixth Day – Remembering Our History

The sixth day is a moment to reflect on our rich history, remembering the struggles and triumphs that have shaped our community.

The Seventh Day – Embracing Self-Expression

Day seven is about embracing and celebrating self-expression in all its forms, acknowledging the freedom to be our authentic selves. Not everyone has had the luxury of doing so. Therefore, we must never forget this beautiful right. 

The Eighth Day – Fostering Core Values

The eighth toast is to our core values as a community. We celebrate our commitment to creating spaces where everyone is welcome.

The Ninth Day – Joy of Community

On the ninth day, we recognize the joy and strength found in our community, a network of support, love, and understanding. For without such warm embrace, we would still be using secret languages and hiding behind closed doors to enjoy true love. 

The Tenth Day – Hope for the Future

The tenth day brings a toast to hope, looking forward to a future where love and identity are celebrated without reservation.

The Eleventh Day – Unity 

Day eleven acknowledges we still have challenges.  But with a spirit of solidarity and resilience, we embrace these struggles and fight them head on. 

The Twelfth Day – A Vision of Peace

Finally, the twelfth day is a vision of peace and acceptance. It’s a dream we carry in our hearts, reflected in the spirit of the holiday season. It’s this twelfth night that encourages to keep fighting and making the world a better place in the coming year. 

How to Make the Silent Night Cocktail

  • 2 oz Stoli Gold
  • 2 oz pomegranate juice

Shake all ingredients with ice. Strain into a red sugar-rimmed martini glass.

Enjoy and drink responsibly.

The Spirit of Change

Sustainability, LGBTQ, diversity, and injustice are core pillars of Stoli. The original vodka recipe was developed in 1938, and by 1948 it was being made and bottled in Latvia, where the award-winning Stoli lineup is made to this day. Stoli has a long, rich history of supporting the LGBTQ community, when in 1991 Stoli became one of the first spirit brands to actively champion LGBTQ issues on global equality, visibility, and acceptance for all. In 1997, Stoli was purchased by Yuri Shefler, transforming Stoli into a vertically integrated company, which lead to Putin waging a war in 2000 for the vodka trademark, which has been unsuccessful. 

In 2018, Stoli commemorated the 40th anniversary of Harvey Milk being the first openly gay elected official in California, by launching the limited edition, individually numbered, Harvey Milk Limited Edition bottle, with proceeds going to the Harvey Milk Foundation LGBGTQ programming in Eastern Europe and the Baltic nations. Proudly Latvian, Stoli has affirmed their ongoing support of Ukraine and is steadfast in denouncing Russia’s aggression on the sovereign nation. Stoli’s spirit continue to inspire to create a better future for all.

Brian Webb

Brian Webb


Brian Webb is the founder and editor-in-chief of HomoCulture, a celebrated content creator, and winner of the prestigious Mr. Gay Canada – People’s Choice award. An avid traveler, Brian attends Pride events, festivals, street fairs, and LGBTQ friendly destinations through the HomoCulture Tour. He has developed a passion for discovering and sharing authentic lived experiences, educating about the LGBTQ community, and using both his photography and storytelling to produce inspiring content. Originally from the beautiful Okanagan Valley in the southern interior of British Columbia, Brian now lives in Vancouver, British Columbia. His personal interests include travel, photography, physical fitness, mixology, drag shows.

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