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Spring Berry Champagne Cocktail

Spring Berry Champagne Cocktail

Ingredients

  • 3 tablespoons framboise eau-de-vie (clear raspberry brandy)*
  • 1 750-ml bottle chilled brut Champagne

Recipe Preparation

  • Stir brandy, sugar, and framboise in medium bowl. Slice 9 strawberries; add to brandy mixture. Let stand 1 hour at room temperature, then strain. (Can be prepared 1 day ahead. Cover; chill brandy mixture and remaining 6 strawberries separately.)

  • Divide brandy mixture among 6 Champagne glasses. Add 1 strawberry to each glass. Fill with Champagne; serve.

,Photos by Kimberley HasselbrinkReviews Section

Chambord Berry Champagne

Was this the longest week or what?! Monday felt like Thursday and Thursday felt like… well, I’m not sure. Like an entire month had gone by, maybe. Regardless, Friday is finally upon us and this weekend is going to be super special because it’s Mother’s Day!

It’s also going to reach 80 degrees here — both Saturday AND Sunday — and my Midwestern heart can hardly contain itself. So between the weather and Mother’s Day, why not sit out in the sun, sipping some Chambord Berry Champagne, cheers-ing with Mom?

It’s probably been at least four years since I’ve celebrated Mother’s Day with my Mom. Finally I’m back where I belong, able to celebrate with her, and in person nonetheless. Far too many Mother’s Days and birthdays were celebrated over FaceTime. NO MORE!

This year we’re going to enjoy the heck out of this lovely weather – first with brunch (ahem, hiiii again Chambord Berry Champagne) and then an extended family BBQ, because again, we’re Minnesotans and when 80-degree weather hits we cannot stay inside.

So about this Chambord Berry Champagne… can I first say that not only is it perfect for spring occasions such as Mother’s Day, bridal showers, brunch, etc., it also only requires THREE INGREDIENTS! The easiest cocktail you’ll ever make!


Spring cocktails

Spring has sprung – well at least it has here in the northern hemisphere. It's time to rediscover the delights of floral cocktails – think elderflower liqueur and crème de violet. Honey is another appropriate ingredient – the bees are buzzing after all. Bright yellow cocktails are also so much more spring than drab brown ones, so crack open the gentian.

Bearing the above in mind, follows 30 cocktails we thought appropriate for spring. Click on the images below to view the recipes:

Apple Blossom Cocktail

With: Calvados and sweet vermouth.
We say: Stupidly simple to mix but complex to the taste. Spiced and concentrated apple.

Baltic Spring Punch

With: Peach, rose liqueur, lemon juice, sugar syrup and champagne.
We say: Sweet and fruity with champagne sparkle. It's peachy!

Bending Blades Cocktail

With: Tequila, gentian liqueur, sherry and pink grapefruit liqueur.
We say: This tequila based cocktail is bitter before turning bittersweet, then finishes with a long bitter finish. It won't be for everybody but for those who appreciate the flavour of gentian liqueur will appreciate this drink for its simplicity and originality.

Black Spring

With: Rye whiskey, Byrrh, amaro and ginger beer.
We say: Ginger spice with a bittersweet fruity rye bread bite.

Daisy Cutter Martini

With: Mint, vodka, elderflower liqueur, dry vermouth and Yellow Chartreuse.
We say: Floral, minty and herbal with a dry finish.

Dried Meadow Flower

With: Reposado tequila, elderflower liqueur, gentian liqueur, lemon juice and soda water.
We say: Floral elderflower and tequila with a hint of bittersweet gentian and refreshing lemon.

English Martini

With: Rosemary, gin and elderflower liqueur.
We say: Rosemary and sweet elderflower combine wonderfully with the gin botanicals to make an interesting approachable Martini.

Floral Daiquiri

With: Violet liqueur, blueberries, white rum, lime juice, lavender sugar syrup and elderflower liqueur.
We say: A floral riff on a classic Daiquiri with a hint of berry fruitiness and a lavender pink hue courtesy of a blueberry threesome.

Flower Power Martini

With: Gin, elderflower liqueur, dry vermouth and violet liqueur.
We say: A Dry Martini served super-wet with even more flower power than Austin Powers.

French Spritz

With: Soda water, gentian liqueur, elderflower liqueur and champagne.
We say: This aperitif-style cocktail perfectly fits its name. That said, fans of Italian fizz will be interested to learn how well this spritz works when made with prosecco in place of champagne.

Gen'tonique

With: Gentian liqueur, Byrrh and tonic water.
We say: A refreshing aperitif with a mouth salivating bitterness. Makes a Spritz seem bland.

Honey Bee

With: White rum, honey and lemon juice.
We say: Honey balances lemon juice in this rum-based cocktail.

Honeysuckle Daiquiri

With: White rum, honey, lemon juice and orange juice.
We say: Honey, I love it!

The Joanna

With: Vodka, fino sherry, dry vermouth, elderflower liqueur and lavender bitters.
We say: Reminiscent of a vodkatini with fino sherry and notes of floral elderflower and lavender.

Lavender Honey Sour

With: Irish whiskey, honey, Bénédictine, lemon juice, egg white and Peychaud's bitters.
We say: An Irish whiskey sour sweetened with runny honey and herbal Benedictine with Peychaud's adding aromatics.

Mint Julep

With: Mint, bourbon, sugar syrup and Angostura bitters.
We say: This superb drink is better if the shaker and its contents are placed in the refrigerator for several hours prior to mixing with ice. This allows the mint flavours to infuse in the bourbon.

Paloma

With: Tequila, lime and pink grapefruit soda.
We say: Long, fruity and refreshing.

Palomino Flor

With: Celery, white rum, dry vermouth, fino sherry and elderflower liqueur.
We say: A subtle vegetal note comes from the celery in this unusual aperitif cocktail.

Pear Tree Cocktail

With: Pear vodka, elderflower liqueur and champagne.
We say: Aromatic pear vodka and elderflower liqueur paired with biscuity champagne.

Picotin

With: Gentian liqueur, aquavit, lemon juice, Cocchi Americano and maraschino liqueur.
We say: Bright yellow and on the bitter side of bittersweet with aquavit, lemon, gentian and maraschino liqueurs.

Reggatta de Blanc

With: Pisco, calvados, white wine, gentian liqueur and sugar syrup.
We say: Dry and boozy. "White Reggae" was the second, and seminal, album by the English rock band The Police. The album's French name reflects the heavy influence of the country's products in this cocktail. Happily for approval by our naming committee (my missus), most of the ingredients are also decidedly "Blanc".

Rite of Spring

With: Old tom gin, gentian liqueur, Cocchi Americano and rhubarb bitters.
We say: A riff on a White Negroni, originally incorporating a generous dosing of two types of rhubarb bitters. (Also works well with 15ml/1oz Fee Brothers Rhubarb Bitters). Obviously, with such generous used of bitters, this is a dry bitter aperitivo style cocktail.

The Rose

With: Rry vermouth, kirsch liqueur and raspberry syrup.
We say: This salmon pink drink is wonderfully aromatic.

A Rose By Any Other Name

With: Cognac, sweet vermouth, rose liqueur, violet liqueur and chocolate bitters.
We say: Best made using Martell Cordon Blue as per the original recipe, this is a dry boozy sipper with faint floral and chocolate notes. Perhaps forgo the grated chocolate garnish in favour of a square of dark chocolate balanced on Turkish delight.

Rose Hyp Cocktail

With: Gin, elderflower liqueur, dry vermouth and rose liqueur.
We say: Elderflower is balanced with the vermouth for a well-balanced refreshing cocktail.

Russian Spring Punch

With: Raspberries, vodka, strawberry liqueur, crème de cassis, lemon juice, sugar syrup and champagne.
We say: Well-balanced, complex and refreshing.

Twinkle

With: Vodka, elderflower liqueur and champagne.
We say: Its hard to believe this floral, dry, golden tipple contains three whole shots of vodka.

Wild Irish Rose

With: Irish whiskey, lemon juice, sugar syrup, grenadine and soda water.
We say: This gentle bite of Irish whiskey soured with lemon and sweetened with pomegranate syrup. The splash of soda which crowns this drink serves to lighten and add a touch of sparkle.

Yellow Cactus Flower

With: Mezcal, gentian liqueur, yellow Chartreuse, lime juice and pineapple juice.
We say: Jordan Smith describes his creation as "bright, herbaceous, subtly smoky, and refreshingly bittersweet. The pineapple adds texture and a slight sweetness to balance the tartness of the lime and bitterness of the Suze [Jordan's gentain liqueur of choice], while the herbaceousness of the Suze is amplified by the Yellow Chartreuse." We concur! "Bright, herbaceous, subtly smoky, and refreshingly bittersweet" perfectly sums up this challenging aperitif cocktail.

Zuzu's Petals Cocktail

With: Bison vodka, gentian liqueur, elderflower liqueur, lime juice, maraschino liqueur, sugar syrup and celery bitters.
We say: Bittersweet with fragrant bison grass vodka and fruity maraschino cherry flavours supported by bitter gentian, rich elderflower and lime juice.


40 Best Easter Cocktails Perfect for Sipping During the Egg Hunt

Relax with one of these while the kids race around the lawn.

Whether your family leans more toward Easter dinner or Easter brunch, if you've perused our recipes then the food you prepare is sure to delight your holiday crew. But creating an atmosphere of relaxed revelry and celebration is about more than just the meal. To make the party feel truly complete, we suggest you mix up a batch of Easter cocktails to go with it. Because the holiday often falls around the end of winter, it's the perfect excuse to break out some delicious spring drinks. This list of fruity, bubbly, and tasty drinks are almost as sweet as your Easter cake. Whether it's a big batch of sangria or elegant gin cocktails, there are flavors here for everyone to enjoy. (You could even leave out the alcohol if little ones want to partake too!) If you're serving a big crowd for Easter, try mixing up a pitcher of the strawberry lemon white wine sangria or limoncello citrus sangria. Or, if you're making a beautiful Easter brunch instead of dinner, there are tons of mimosas and Bellinis to make. Try the mimosas that look just like carrots, the bright pink strawberry cream mimosas, or the tangy grapefruit-mint Bellinis.

Easter is a time to celebrate, after all. What better way to do it than with a deliciously fruity cocktail to cheers to spring? No matter if you serve them during your Easter appetizers or you wait for some after-dinner fun, these easy Easter cocktails are sure to bring joy to your whole crew.


9 Insanely Refreshing Rosé Cocktail Recipes to Kick Off Summer

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11 New Year's Eve Cocktail Recipes for a Festive Ringing-In

What would New Year&aposs Eve be without a champagne cocktail? Don&apost forget the sparkler garnish for extra cheer!

Lavender Royale Cocktail

Photography by Marcus Nilsson

The secret ingredient in the syrup that makes this cocktail pretty in pink? A purple carrot! It&aposs mixed with lavender, lemongrass, and sugar for a sweet, aromatic taste.

Applejack Old Fashioned

Maybe bubbly isn&apost your thing. That&aposs okay, we&aposve got you covered! Try a traditional Old Fashioned with an Applejack twist.

Prosecco-Berry Sparkler

This beautiful drink is simple to make, and yet easily one of the most elegant-looking to carry around.

Rum-Spiked Ginger Beer Cocktails

Dark &aposn Stormy meets Moscow Mule in this delicious rum-lime-ginger beer cocktail.

Blueberry-Rosemary Fizz

Photography by Johnny Miller

You don&apost need alcohol to have a delish drink this New Year&aposs. This mocktail is refreshing and easy to make.

Blood Orange Tequila Sunrise

&aposTis the season for blood oranges! Take advantage of the few months this tart fruit is ripe. Use blood orange juice instead of grenadine to winterize your tequila sunrise.

Champagne Sidecar

Photography by Kate Mathis

You&aposd be surprised how many traditional cocktails taste even better with a little bubbly!

Green Sake Martini

Get started on your New Year&aposs health goals right when the midnight strikes twelve with this healthy green cocktail.


Put some spring in your cocktail party

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French 75

Gin, Lemon Juice, Simple Syrup, Champagne, Lemon Zest

  • Ice Cubes
  • 1 Part Gin
  • ½ Part Lemon Juice
  • ½ Part Simple Syrup
  • Champagne
  • 1 Spiral Lemon Zest

How to make

Fill a shaker with ice cubes. Add gin, lemon juice and simple syrup. Shake and strain into a champagne glass. Top up with champagne. Garnish with a lemon zest.

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Mint Julep

Bourbon, Simple Syrup, Mint Leaf

How to make

Muddle mint leaves and simple syrup in a rocks glass. Fill with crushed ice. Add bourbon. Stir. Garnish with mint leaves.

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Strawberry Dream

Vanilla Ice Cream, Cream, Strawberry, Basil

  • 2 Parts Vanilla Ice Cream
  • 2 Parts Cream
  • 4 Whole Strawberries
  • 2 Leaves Basil

How to make

Muddle strawberries and basil in a shaker. Add vanilla ice cream and cream. Shake and strain into a cocktail glass.

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Raspberry Spritzer

Soda Water, Simple Syrup, Raspberry, Mint Leaf

  • Ice Cubes
  • 5 Parts Soda Water
  • ½ Part Simple Syrup
  • 5 Whole Raspberries
  • 3 Leaves Mint Leaf

How to make

Muddle raspberries and simple syrup in a highball glass. Fill with ice cubes. Add two mint leaves and soda water. Stir. Garnish with a raspberry and a mint leaf.

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Cucumber and Rosemary Lemonade

Water, Lemon Juice, Peach Syrup, Cucumber, Rosemary

  • Ice Cubes
  • 2½ Parts Water
  • 1 Part Lemon Juice
  • ½ Part Peach Syrup
  • 4 Slices Cucumber
  • 1 Sprig Rosemary

How to make

Muddle cucumber in a shaker. Fill with ice cubes. Add lemon juice, peach syrup, water and rosemary. Shake and strain into a rocks glass filled with ice cubes. Garnish with rosemary.

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Bee’s Knees

How to make

Fill a shaker with ice cubes. Add all ingredients. Shake and strain into a cocktail glass.

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Basil and Strawberries

Lemon Juice, Simple Syrup, Strawberry, Basil, Soda Water

  • Ice Cubes
  • 1 Part Lemon Juice
  • ⅓ Part Simple Syrup
  • 4 Pieces Strawberry
  • 2 Leaves Basil
  • Soda Water

How to make

Muddle strawberry, lemon juice, basil and simple syrup in a highball glass. Fill with ice cubes. Top up with soda water. Garnish with a strawberry.

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Absolut Strawberry and Kiwi

Absolut Vodka, Strawberry, Kiwi, Sugar, Superfine, Half And Half

  • Ice Cubes
  • Crushed Ice
  • 1½ Parts Absolut Vodka
  • 4 Whole Strawberries
  • 1 Half Kiwi
  • 2 Teaspoons Sugar, Superfine
  • 1 Slice Half and Half

How to make

Muddle strawberries, kiwi and sugar, superfine in a shaker. Fill with ice cubes. Add Absolut Vodka. Shake and strain into a rocks glass filled with crushed ice. Garnish with half and half.

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Spring Fling

Tequila Blanco, Orange Juice, Pineapple Juice, Triple Sec, Lime

  • Ice Cubes
  • 1⅓ Parts Tequila Blanco
  • ⅔ Part Orange Juice
  • ⅔ Part Pineapple Juice
  • ⅓ Part Triple Sec
  • 1 Wheel Lime

How to make

Fill a shaker with ice cubes. Add all ingredients. Shake and strain into a rocks glass filled with crushed ice. Garnish with a lime wheel.

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Spring Feeling

Gin, Green Chartreuse, Lemon Juice

How to make

Fill a shaker with ice cubes. Add all ingredients. Shake and strain into a cocktail glass.

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Parisian Spring Punch

Dry Vermouth, Calvados, Lemon Juice, Simple Syrup, Champagne, Apple

  • Ice Cubes
  • Crushed Ice
  • ⅓ Part Dry Vermouth
  • 1 Part Calvados
  • ⅓ Part Lemon Juice
  • ⅓ Part Simple Syrup
  • Champagne
  • 1 Slice Apple

How to make

Fill a shaker with ice cubes. Add calvados, dry vermouth, lemon juice and simple syrup. Shake and strain into a wine glass filled with crushed ice. Top up with champagne. Garnish with apple.

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Absolut Spring Leaf

Absolut Vodka, Absolut Peppar, Sambuca, Bitters, Grenadine

  • Ice Cubes
  • ⅔ Part Absolut Vodka
  • ⅔ Part Absolut Peppar
  • 1 Dash Sambuca
  • 1 Dash Bitters
  • 1 Dash Grenadine

How to make

Fill a mixing glass with ice cubes. Add all ingredients. Stir and strain into a cocktail glass.


20 Easy Champagne Mix-Ins Your New Year's Eve Party Needs

Because even bubbly could benefit from an added ingredient or two.

Popping bottles just got a whole lot tastier.

Save these easy Champagne cocktail recipes for later! Don't forget to follow Woman's Day on Pinterest for more great recipes.

For a sweet spiked drink, top rosé champagne with fresh cotton candy. The cotton candy will dissolve when it hits the champagne, creating a sugary blend.


27 Easter Cocktails That'll Seriously Impress Your Guests

These easy spring drink recipes will fit in perfectly with the blossoming colors of the season.

Easter is a wonderful holiday for so many reasons. It's a great time to celebrate the changing of the seasons, to be with loved ones, and of course to celebrate the life of Jesus Christ. Whether you're celebrating this Easter at home with virtual services and the people you live with, or you're able to safely gather with loved ones, one way to mark the day as a special occasion is with a fancy cocktail. These Easter cocktails are bright and cheerful, just like the holiday, and they'll be sure to delight anyone who tries them. And no need to worry if you're not a certified mixologist, these easy spring drink recipes can be made by anyone, regardless of skill level. In fact, a lot of these Easter cocktails only require a handful of ingredients so you can impress your guests with minimal effort and maximum taste.

In addition to your fancy Easter cocktails, you can make the holiday celebrations special with an Easter meal that the whole family can gather around the table to enjoy. And after your meal &mdash and dessert, of course, because who could resist a delicious Easter dessert? &mdash there are plenty of fun Easter activities that people of all ages can participate in. Whether you want to do a craft project like decorating Easter eggs, a fun and adventurous Easter egg hunt, or a group reading of Bible verses about Easter, there are tons of fun ways to spend the afternoon. Happy Easter!


Cocktail recipes for all of your spring celebrations

Spring brings with it fresh flowers, budding trees and celebrations like Easter and Mother&rsquos Day. Whether your celebration includes a bunny, your mom or simply the chance to sit outdoors again, a festive cocktail is essential. Try these cocktail recipes for your next spring celebration.

Pomosa recipe

Sometimes a typical mimosa just won&rsquot do. If it&rsquos Mother’s Day, you deserve something with a little jazz and if it&rsquos a massive family gathering, you&rsquoll need something a lot stronger. Either way, this pomegranate infused mimosa recipe will do the trick.

Ingredients:

  • 2 ounces PAMA liqueur
  • 2 ounces Champagne
  • 1/4 ounce orange liqueur
  • 2 ounces fresh orange juice
  • Frozen pomegranate seeds

Directions:

  1. Combine all ingredients except Champagne and pomegranate seeds in a shaker. Add ice and shake vigorously.
  2. Strain into a chilled flute and top with Champagne. Add frozen seeds to the drink.

Mint tulip recipe

Tulips are to spring what whiskey is to the classic mint julep. Why not combine the two for a drink that is not only festive but also delicious. This refreshing blend of mint with the added boost of pomegranate flavor will give you the taste of spring any time of the year. A traditional mint julep recipe is made with whiskey but we think vodka has a more spring-like vibe. However, if you are a traditionalist, stick with the whiskey.


Watch the video: How To Make a Spring Berry Champagne Cocktail #CocktailRecipe (January 2022).