A pretty petal pink Floral Rose Champagne cocktail. It makes for the perfect signature sparkling drink for bridal showers, wedding cocktails or even girls’ night in!
When we hosted our first floral workshop, we knew that wanted to serve our attendees a cocktail that incorporated flowers.
So we collaborated with Le Grand Courtage on concocting the perfect signature drink for the floral event.
And from there, we created this delicious Floral Rose Champagne cocktail. This lovely rosy drink is easy enough to serve at a large gathering.
This is twist on the Lillet Rose Spring cocktail. But instead of using Lillet rosé, we opted for brut rosé champagne, which is a lot more accessible.
And instead of being a gin cocktail, this has a vodka base.
This pink champagne cocktail is cute enough for bridal showers, signature wedding cocktails, or even girls’ night in!
Ingredients Need to Make a Floral Rosé Champagne Cocktail
Brut rosé champagne — We used Le Grande Rose Courtage Brut. You can sub it out for sparkling rosé to maintain the pink color.
Mint simple syrup — You can easily make a big batch. It keeps for 1 month and can also be used for baking. You can sub it for regular simple syrup. However, the mint flavoring adds a more complex flavor pallet to this sweet cocktail.
Edible flowers — For petal garnishes
How to Make a Floral Rose Champagne Cocktail
1 — In a cocktail shaker with ice, combine the vodka, grapefruit juice, brut rosé brut champagne, and mint simple syrup. Shake well until chilled.
2 — Then, strain and serve into the glasses.
3 — Garnish with edible flowers.
Where to Purchase Flower Petal Garnishes and Consuming Edible Florals
For the flower petal garnishes, we purchased edible florals from our local market grocery store in the produce department. You can typically find them next to the packaged herbs.
You can also find a wide assortment of edible flowers online.
Keep in mind that you should always clean clean and rinse flowers before incorporating them into edible elements!
They are very delicate so do not rinse them under water. Instead, gently rinse them in a bowl of cool water.
And please follow instructions for edible florals closely. Beware of consuming them if you suffer from chronic allergies.
You’re adding florals to this recipe at your own risk, and Sugar & Cloth is in no way responsible for incidents thereof.
There are tons of edible flower recipes that incorporate this pretty ingredient into appetizers, salads, dessert and drink recipes. So if you properly prep them, they really elevate your recipe.
More Cocktail Recipes with Edible Flowers
Adding edible flowers to a recipe really brings in the wow factor! For more recipes with this one of a kind ingredient, check out a few of our favorites from the archive —
- Edible Flower Rainbow Sour — A sour cocktail garnished with a rainbow of flowers.
- Butterfly Pea Flower Tea: A cocktail that magically changes colors while mixed.
- Edible Flower Lemon Jello Shots — There’s no better way to class up jello shots than with flowers.
- Rose Martini: The classic martini gets some floral flavoring from rose water.
Floral Rose Champagne Cocktail Recipe
- 12 oz Brut rose champagne
- 12 oz grapefruit juice
- 6 oz vodka
- 1/2 oz mint simple syrup
- Edible flowers for petal garnishes
- Combine the vodka, grapefruit juice, rosé, and simple syrup in a shaker and shake over ice until chilled.
- Strain and fill glasses.
- Garnish with edible flower petals.
A big thanks to Le Grand Courtage for partnering up with us on the Sugar & Cloth studio workshops!
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