It’s strawberry and sparkling wine flavors, combined with Elderflower Liqueur, make this recipe one of the best in St. Germain. Dry rosé is recommended and it is an excellent choice because of the pink wine’s strawberry flavor. Either vodka or gin can be used as the base of the cocktail, which adds even more variety to the recipe. Incredibly flavorful and very appealing to just about anyone, Cherub’s cup is a cocktail of angelic proportions that will quickly become one of your new favorites.
Drinking this beverage is both sweet and dry, and it has a tinge of flavor that is both intriguing and refreshing. The wine is appropriate for any occasion, but it is particularly suitable for a romantic celebration. Gin is recommended as a replacement for vodka. Hendrick’s Gin is recommended. This gin is softer than most and the cucumber and rose flavors blend well with the elderflower and strawberry. It can be paired perfectly with the dry sparkling wine as well. Citrus vodka can enhance this cocktail’s delicate fruit flavor and can be a great option if you’re looking for an alternative to standard vodka.
- Four or five thin slices of strawberry can be cut from a strawberry. You should choose a large berry and make sure to rinse it well under cold water and remove the green caps.
- In this cocktail, the balance of the sweet ingredients is perfectly offset by the dry wine. Unlike red wine made with sweet grapes, rosé can be made with dry red grapes.
- You can try bottles that are made with dry red grapes. Some of these grapes include Grenache, Cinsault, and Syrah. Dry champagnes from the Provencal region in France and Spain can be found in plenty as well.