Champs de Violette
- 1oz Creme de Violette
- 0.5oz Fresh Squeezed Lemon
- Sparkling Wine
Add creme de violette and lemon juice to glass. Top with sparkling wine. Garnish with lemon or edible flowers!
Creme de Violette can be a little difficult to find, but i was able to find some Monin violet syrup on amazon which worked perfectly!
This super simple cocktail taste like spring in a glass. It’s so light, floral, and refreshing. Perfect for ringing in spring!
Recipe by Posh Little Designs
- 1oz Tequila
- 1oz Triple Sec (Cointreau)
- 1.5oz Fresh Lime Juice
Add tequila, triple sec, and lime juice to a shaker with ice. Shake until well mixed and cold. Add to glass and top with champagne.
Any margarita recipe will do here, just top with champagne or sparkling wine.
I had this while on vacation and couldn’t wait to recreate it at home. It’s my go to drink for nights we have Mexican food!
Cardamom Grapefruit Gin Fizz
- 3oz Cardamom Infused Gin
- 2oz Rosemary Simple Syrup
- 1/2 cup Grapefruit Juice
- Prosecco for topping
We found this recipe from The Modern Proper so make sure to head over to their blog to see how to make the infused Gin and simple syrup! Combine all ingredients (except for the prosecco) in a cocktail shaker with ice and shake. Pour over a glass of ice and top with prosecco! 🤤
To be honest this drink pulled a smokey flavor from the cardamom infused gin for me so if you like smokey go for the original recipe! If you’re like me and not huge on a smokey flavor I would suggest modifying this recipe and using just 3oz of regular Gin. We made it both ways and my favorite was straight hendricks gin with that rosemary syrup, grapefruit juice and prosecco combo 🤤
Lavender French 75
- 2oz Gin (we love Hendricks)
- 2oz Champagne
- 2-4tsp Lavender Simple Syrup
Make sure all your ingredients are chilled, if not pour the Gin, Simple Syrup and squeeze of lemon into a shaker with ice and then strain and top with champagne. We used Love and Lemons recipe as they wrote it and made our own simple syrup.
Lavender Simple Syrup
In a pot combine: 1 cup water, 2 cups sugar and 4 tbsp lavender. Heat the mixture until sugar is melted and then let cool completely in the pot. Strain the syrup through a fine mesh or cheesecloth to remove loose lavender.