Every Christmas morning we have brunch and some sort of bubbly cocktail. It started out as mimosas. Later it evolved into prosecco with pear liqueur or St. Germaine.
This year my brother was here for Christmas, a first ever. He introduced us to prosecco and framboise lambic (a Belgian raspberry beer).
Leave it to Nick to get me to drink a beer and prosecco cocktail! Ok, I do actually like a raspberry beer. It tastes more raspberry than beer.
What isn’t to like really, bubbly and raspberry?! This version is less sweet than just adding a raspberry liqueur. And I must say I actually like it better. Who would have thought!!
This would be perfect for a little Valentine’s celebration. Who doesn’t want a pretty red drink for that special day?! It’s also gender neutral, Josh liked this drink a much as I did!
Next time you’re looking for a prosecco cocktail, give this a try. It’s easy to make and soooo good.
You don’t really need a recipe, fill your flute less than half full with the framboise and then top off with prosecco. All flutes aren’t equal in size, what’s important is to have a little more prosecco than framboise.
Since I’m so nice though I’ll give you a “recipe” anyway. Some people like to see it in recipe form after all. Enjoy!
3 oz. framboise lambic
5 oz. prosecco
Raspberries for garnish
Pour the framboise into a champagne flute and top with prosecco. Garnish with a couple raspberries.
Yields: 1 serving
Oh this did catch my eye on instagram Gretchen – such a clever way to jazz up my prosecco afternoons – I may even start by just adding a fresh raspberry or two!
I love adding frozen fruit to prosecco too!
Sounds refreshing and looks so pretty.
Thanks, it’s a nice sipping drink.
Hey gal where have you been? I should have made this on valentine’s day. It really fits with the day. Enjoy the week!
I am on Instagram more lately. I do a cookbook club there and am having issues juggling it, life and the blog.
That’s a wow 🙂 Love the bubbles. And the name!
I could use one now to start my week off right!!