rose cocktail with floral sprinkles | sugarandcloth.com

Rose cocktails and floral sprinkles

rose cocktail with floral sprinkles | sugarandcloth.com rose cocktail with floral sprinkles | sugarandcloth.com

We teamed up with Le Grand Courtage a few weeks ago to collaborate on the perfect signature drink for our first floral workshop, and I think we nailed it. I’ve been so, so excited to share this recipe with you! It’s just punchy enough, and even cuter than it is sweet.

Obviously I’m a bit bias on account of the flower petal sprinkle aspect (we all know I have an unhealthy love for sprinkles), but we put our own little twist on the Lillet Rose Spring cocktail from Martha Stewart on their cocktail boardFor those of you that aren’t local to attend the workshop, these would also be cute for bridal showers, signature wedding cocktails, or even girls’ night in!

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INGREDIENTS (for 6 servings)

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Combine the vodka, grapefruit juice, rose, and simple syrup and shake over ice until chilled, then strain and fill glasses.

rose cocktail with floral sprinkles | sugarandcloth.com rose cocktail with floral sprinkles | sugarandcloth.com

For the flower petal garnishes, I purchased edible florals from my local market grocery store in the produce department (next to the package mint, thyme, etc), but you can follow *this guide to edible florals to choose different variations and the how-to on properly cleaning them, and other good-to-know tips. Even the store bought versions from the produce section need to be cleaned and rinsed before incorporating them into edible elements!

Bri of Designlovefest also did a clever floral cocktail post recently for more ideas on using whole flowers, as well! Or you can combine it with this cake, and die of floral happiness.

rose cocktail with floral sprinkles | sugarandcloth.com

And last but not least, a big thanks to Le Grand Courtage for partnering up with us on the Sugar & Cloth studio workshops!

* Please follow instructions for edible florals closely, and 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. 

photos by Jared Smith

rose cocktail with floral sprinkles | sugarandcloth.com

Rose cocktails and floral sprinkles

rose cocktail with floral sprinkles | sugarandcloth.com rose cocktail with floral sprinkles | sugarandcloth.com

We teamed up with Le Grand Courtage a few weeks ago to collaborate on the perfect signature drink for our first floral workshop, and I think we nailed it. I’ve been so, so excited to share this recipe with you! It’s just punchy enough, and even cuter than it is sweet.

Obviously I’m a bit bias on account of the flower petal sprinkle aspect (we all know I have an unhealthy love for sprinkles), but we put our own little twist on the Lillet Rose Spring cocktail from Martha Stewart on their cocktail boardFor those of you that aren’t local to attend the workshop, these would also be cute for bridal showers, signature wedding cocktails, or even girls’ night in!

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INGREDIENTS (for 6 servings)

rose cocktail with floral sprinkles | sugarandcloth.com

Combine the vodka, grapefruit juice, rose, and simple syrup and shake over ice until chilled, then strain and fill glasses.

rose cocktail with floral sprinkles | sugarandcloth.com rose cocktail with floral sprinkles | sugarandcloth.com

For the flower petal garnishes, I purchased edible florals from my local market grocery store in the produce department (next to the package mint, thyme, etc), but you can follow *this guide to edible florals to choose different variations and the how-to on properly cleaning them, and other good-to-know tips. Even the store bought versions from the produce section need to be cleaned and rinsed before incorporating them into edible elements!

Bri of Designlovefest also did a clever floral cocktail post recently for more ideas on using whole flowers, as well! Or you can combine it with this cake, and die of floral happiness.

rose cocktail with floral sprinkles | sugarandcloth.com

And last but not least, a big thanks to Le Grand Courtage for partnering up with us on the Sugar & Cloth studio workshops!

* Please follow instructions for edible florals closely, and 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. 

photos by Jared Smith

Comments

  • Brittni

    08.19.14

    So pretty, Ash. If it’s flower-related, I’m down. And these look great. Can’t wait to try out this recipe.

    • Ashley said:

      haha, I know that’s right! You’re the flower queen!

  • jewel7013

    08.19.14

    The floral workshop is oozing with goodies for all the lucky guests who attend(if only I lived in Houston)…awesome combination to add the edible flower drink

    • Ashley said:

      I know, it’s like Christmas! I can’t wait to pass everything out haha ;)

  • Mary Frances

    08.19.14

    Simply lovely, I especially like that beautiful soft peach color of the cocktail!

    • Ashley said:

      that’s my favorite too!

  • Nirmal

    09.17.14

    So pretty! Where are the glasses from? I’ve been looking for similar glassware everywhere!

    • Ashley said:

      They’re from Anthropologie! :)

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