La Rosette: it’s simple, not too sweet, and downright pretty. Just two ingredients, La Rosette combines sparkling wine and St. Germain liqueur. If you haven’t tried St. Germain before, it’s best described as a slight pear, peach or lychee flavor. St. Germain is actually derived from elderflower, a small white blossom that only blooms for a few days in Spring, and has quite a history in mixology.
Try this simple two-ingredient recipe for a La Rosette cocktail:
• 1/2 part St. Germain
• Sparkling wine (brut rosé, or your favorite bubbly, will do)
Directions: Pour St. Germain into a chilled champagne flute, top with sparkling wine, stir slightly, and serve. Enjoy!
Original recipe and images via Style Me Pretty