Rosé-Tinted Glass Cocktail

Bubbly pink wine gets festive
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100% would make again
Rose-Tinted Glass Cocktail
Photo: Dave Katz/Tasting Table

Champagne is the bottle of choice for a variety of romantic celebrations. The fruity, berry notes of the bubbly work really well with the botanicals in the gin and the chocolate liqueur. And there's a range of great, affordable rosés that are made in the methode traditionnelle—a fantastic alternative to Champagne if you're going to be going through a couple of bottles.

This is most definitely a special-occasion drink—it's a complex cocktail with layers and nuance. But life's definitely more rosy with rosé.

To learn more, read "Before Midnight."

Rosé-Tinted Glass

Recipe by Jim Meehan, Tasting Table Drinks Editor

Yield: 1 cocktail

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Cook Time: N/A

Total Time: 5 minutes


3 ounces sparkling rosé

1 ounce gin (preferably Plymouth Gin)

1½ ounces Zwack

½ ounce fresh lemon juice

½ ounce Marie Brizard Crème de Cacao White

Cava, to top

Rose petal, for garnish


In a cocktail shaker, combine the rosé, gin, Zwack, lemon juice and Marie Brizard Crème de Cacao White over ice and shake until well chilled. Strain into a chilled coupe. Top with the cava and garnish with a rose petal.

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