Rose Champagne Cocktail

April 5, 2019
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We’re giving you free reign to call this cocktail whatever you want. It’s so pretty that whatever name you choose would have little impact on how much praise and positive attention it’d get just by looking like it does.

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You could also try swapping the champagne for Prosecco for an equally yummy result.

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Rose Champagne Cocktail

Total Time: 10 minutes (assuming rose syrup is already prepared)
Yield: 6 servings


• 1/2 bottle of champagne
• 1 cup freshly squeezed calamansi juice
• 5 tbsp of rose simple syrup


1. Incorporate the rose simple syrup into the calamansi juice.
2. Fill a flute a fourth of the way with champagne, and slowly trickle in the calamansi and rose mixture gently from the top till the glass is full.
3. Take a ton of pictures of your super pretty drink and share it on Instagram.


Stephanie Ong SEE AUTHOR Stephanie Ong

Stephanie Ong is a freelance writer/bibliophile. In her spare time, she likes to hang out with the Sherlock to her Watson, Lucas. Previously considered a stage four disaster in the kitchen, she now attempts to cook without much fuss – although she still chops at the speed of a turtle stuck in peanut butter. Her favorite things include horror movies, the blues, date night with her man, and breakfast for dinner.

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3 responses to “Rose Champagne Cocktail”

  1. rftreyes says:

    Great timing that I visited Pepper! Will be opening up a few bottles of bubblies by next week. Will elt you know if I go with this or stick to the traditional French 75/76…
    BTW… any idea on how to make the rose simple syrup?
    – Ray

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