Happy Friday! This holiday-inspired cocktail incorporates some of my favorite fall flavors: rosemary, spice, and pears. I love how the entire cocktail gets infused with flavor from the oh-so-pretty rosemary stirrer. Enjoy!
1 1/2 shot of Absolute Pear vodka
Small splash of St. Germain
Heavy splash of pear juice
*Squeeze lemon wedge into martini shaker and add the rind. Add vodka, St. Germain, and pear juice and shake well over ice. Strain into a martini glass and top with a champagne float. Garnish with a rosemary sprig and voila!
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Happy Friday SB Chic readers! There is nothing quite like a mimosa with brunch, and I’m always trying to think of new ways to amp up my favorite day-time cocktail. This recipe actually happened by accident: One day I wanted to make mimosas but only had sorbet…and I thought “I guess this could work like orange juice?” And guest what–they were DELICIOUS! I love how the blood orange gives this champagne cocktail an added dimension of flavor, and it stays cold for much longer than a basic mimosa. What could be better?!
-Blood Orange Sorbet
*Place one small scoop of sorbet into a champagne glass, add a tiny splash of St. Germain and fill with champagne. No need to stir!
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TGIF! I’m making a game plan because I’m driving down to my beloved hometown (Long Beach) this weekend to celebrate Mother’s Day and my mom’s birthday-don’t worry Mom, I won’t mention what birthday it is…but it is definitely cause for celebration J
St. Germain has become my all-time favorite ingredient to add to cocktails. This elderflower liquor is powerfully delicious in taste and I simply adore its beautiful bottle… You can pretty much add it to anything for a punch of delectable flavor. For this weekend, we will definitely be drinking our fair share of champagne and since this recipe is such a crowd-pleaser, I think it will be what I’ll be mixing up for the fam. Enjoy!
Small splash of St. Germain (a little bit goes a long way)
Splash of pear juice
Fill with chilled Champagne (I prefer Prosecco)
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