Have you ever had balsamic in a beverage? If not you should really give this one a try, true traditional balsamic is rich, thick and sweet making it great for drinks and desserts as well as the traditional methods on savory foods.
The traditional balsamic gives this drink such depth, it adds a nice bit of warmth to the beverage.
Valentine’s Day Cocktail Round Up
Need a little something extra special to surprise your valentine this year?
Myself and some of my foodie friends have complied our best sweetheart cocktails. We have something for everyone! Everything from Moscow Mules, Gin, Vodka and bourbon.
And if you’re still looking for Valentine’s Day dinner ideas check out this round-up of dinners that will impress any date!
Raspberry Rosé and Balsamic Bubbly
- Total Time: 10 min
- Yield: 2 1x
- Category: Beverage
- 1 bottle of bubbly rosé – chilled
- 10 raspberries
- 2 teaspoons traditional balsamic (or a balsamic reduction)
- 2 –4 raspberries for garnish
- mint for garnish
- 2 champagne flutes
- In a cocktail shaker add the raspberries and muddle until they are liquified.
- Add the chilled rosé and stir to combine
- Drizzle the balsamic on the inside of the champagne flutes. Using a strainer pour the rosé into the flutes.
- Garnish with raspberries filled with balsamic vinegar and mint.
Keywords: drink, Valentine’s Day, romantic, rosé, champagne, bubbly, adult beverage
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