For Valentine’s Day, we have partnered with The Social Sipper to bring you her take on the perfect cocktail to celebrate the season of love.
Says Carolyn Pascual White, “whether you’re enjoying the special day with a loved one or getting the gals together to watch romantic comedies, the Raspberry Champagne Float is the perfect cocktail to sip on for the occasion! Plus, it combines a cocktail with dessert giving you the best of both worlds.”
Don’t forget to pair this gorgeous and delicious cocktail with our Chandelier Glasses!
What’s a Champagne Float?
A champagne float is a fun and boozy treat that’s a cross between a dessert and a cocktail. Usually comprised of just a few ingredients making this fun treat deliciously simple! There are many different ways to make your own champagne float and you can even use vanilla ice cream if you desire. If there’s one thing that’s certain, make sure you enjoy these icy treats quickly!
The Recipe: Raspberry Champagne Float by The Social Sipper
The Glass: BOMSHBEE’s Chandelier Kalos
Just three ingredients for this fantastically fresh treat? Sign me up! Find out what The Social Sipper used to make the Raspberry Champagne Float and if there’s any additional substitutes you can exchange..
- 3 Scoops Raspberry Sorbet: Refreshing and light, sorbet is such a fun element to this cocktail. Pick up your favorite brand like Häagen-Dazs or Talenti from your local grocery store.
- 6 OZ Champagne: Pair the sorbet with something bubbly. Carolyn used champagne but feel free to substitute this for Prosecco.
- 3 Drops Rose water: A few drops of fresh rose water can really enhance the flavors from the champagne. Carolyn used Cortas Rose Water.
- Raspberries and Dried Rosebuds: Garnish this gorgeous cocktail with some festive ingredients like fresh raspberries and dried rosebuds. You can order edible dried rose petals online or from your local supermarket.
- Add raspberry sorbet to a large glass.
- Pour champagne over the sorbet. Drop rosewater onto the champagne.
- Top with raspberries and dried rosebuds and enjoy immediately.
Photos and Recipe Credit: The Social Sipper