Iced Raspberry Bubbly Recipe

Iced Raspberry Bubbly Recipe. A beautiful update on a classic drink, this Iced Raspberry Bubbly Recipe combines the subtle taste of hibiscus with the bold taste of raspberry and mint for a truly delicious cocktail.





Iced Raspberry Bubbly Recipe

A beautiful update on a classic drink, this Iced Raspberry Bubbly Recipe combines the subtle taste of hibiscus with the bold taste of raspberry and mint for a truly delicious cocktail.

Prep Time: 3 minutes

Ingredients:

3 oz Raspberry Champagne
1 oz Hibiscus and Mint Syrup
2 Ice Cubes
Crushed Ice

Directions:

• In a cocktail shaker add Raspberry Champagne.
• Add Hibiscus and Mint Syrup and 2 ice cubes.
• Shake well; approximately 30 seconds.
• Strain into a chilled martini glass filled with crushed ice.
• Garnish with a single rose petal if desired.

• Makes 1 Iced Raspberry Bubbly

Iced Raspberry Bubbly Recipe. A beautiful update on a classic drink, this Iced Raspberry Bubbly Recipe combines the subtle taste of hibiscus with the bold taste of raspberry and mint for a truly delicious cocktail.


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• To view Hibiscus & Mint Syrup, simply click here.

Substitutes that would work well on this drink if you don’t have one of the listed ingredients:

• Raspberry Sparkling Wine
• Rosé Sparkling Wine
• Rosé Brut
• Then add Raspberry Cocktail Syrup with a muddled mint leaves.

Iced Raspberry Bubbly Recipe. A beautiful update on a classic drink, this Iced Raspberry Bubbly Recipe combines the subtle taste of hibiscus with the bold taste of raspberry and mint for a truly delicious cocktail.


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As always, drink responsibly and please don’t drink and drive.


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Comments

  1. Picture perfect! This looks like a work of art and I would love to try it.

  2. Ohhhh I like that you added some mint syrup in there. I bet that offset the sweetness a little bit. This would be a gorgeous drink to serve guests at a fancier get together! Thanks for linking up with delicious dishes recipe party!

  3. This is gorgeous! Thanks for linking up with What’s Cookin’ Wednesday!

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