Wednesday, December 30, 2009

New Year's Kiss Cocktail

This year we decided to create a cocktail to serve on New Year's Eve which meant Matt & I had to do some "testing" ahead of time, darn!
#352 - New Year's Cocktail Testing
This cocktail is as sweet as a kiss at midnight. But don't worry that sweetness is cut by just a little cranberry tartness.

New Year's Kiss

3 fresh cranberries
1/2 oz cranberry vodka
1 oz elderflower liquor (we used St. Germain)
prosecco
cranberry to garnish

Muddle the 3 fresh cranberries with the cranberry vodka. Strain into a champagne flute. Top with the elderflower liquor then fill the flute with prosecco. Garnish with a cranberry.

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8 comments:

Elle said...

So very pretty! So sorry that you had to suffer through..ahem..testing. hehe!

Mellissa said...

That looks delicious and I love the flavor of cranberry.

Lisa said...

Great drink! Never had St Germain. Happy New Year to you and Matt!

Stacy and Brian said...

Delish! Happy New Year! Go Ducks!

Grace said...

what a unique, refreshing, and delightfully appropriate beverage for the occasion! i can't say i've ever even heard of elderberry liquor, but chances are pretty good that i'd like it. :)

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Foodycat said...

Delicious! Happy New Year!

Pam said...

Thanks so much for posting this drink recipe. I love the name of the drink too.

I've included this drink on my blog post for New Year's Eve Cocktails http://housewivesoffrederickcounty.com/16-new-years-eve-sparkling-bubbly-cocktails/

Thank you!
Pam
www.housewivesoffrederickcounty.com

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