Rose-Colored Glass Cocktail Info
Sparkling rose wine is romantic and irresistible. While it is acceptable to pour yourself (or another person) a glass of bubbly, rose-colored wine, it can be fun to mix a cocktail with it.
The Rose-Colored Glass cocktail is similar to the Champagne cocktail. The Champagne cocktail requires placing a sugar cube in a Champagne flute and adding bitters. Finally, pour Champagne or another sparkling wine over it.
When it comes to the Rose-Colored Glass, it is built with more bitters, the use of simple syrup instead of a sugar cube, and lemon juice to boost tartness! The result is light and bubbly, fragrant, and mildly sweet.
This drink is excellent for any occasion, but it's especially good for romantic occasions such as anniversaries, Valentine's Day dinners, and any other date night.
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- Boston Bar Kit (All You Need)
- 2 dashes Angostura
- 30 ml Lemon Juice
- 30 ml Sugar Syrup
- 100 ml Sparkling Rosé Wine
- Add everything except Champagne to a cocktail shaker.
- Add ice to your shaker.
- Shake cold and strain into a coupe glass.
- Top it off with sparkling rosé wine!
- Optional garnish with rose petals.