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St. Germain and Champagne

by on December 30, 2011 · 8 comments

Alright, here’s mine…. you saw Adam’s right, the Champagne Cosmo… it is completely delicious, but I needed to share one of my own, well not really my own, it is inspired by the St. Germain website, but, who cares, I drank it. Have you ever had St. Germain? It is certainly a liqueur  you want with something… to me, it’s a tad too sweet by itself, but when paired with something a little drier.. well, I’m happy! It’s actually made from elderflower… I’m not 100% sure what that means at the moment, but it sounds cool, right?

Anywho…. it’s delicious and perfect for New Years! Enjoy!

St. Germain and Champagne
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Simple, elegant and absolutely delightful. Floral St. Germain mixes with dry champagne makes a perfect cocktail to start or end an evening!
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  • 1/2 ounce chilled St. Germain
  • 4 ounces chilled dry champagne or sparkling wine
  • orange
  1. Add St. Germain and champagne to a flute or champagne glass add a spritz of orange juice, and then enjoy!

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I'm Joanne Gallagher and alongside my husband, Adam, I develop, test and share favorite recipes from our kitchen. I'm completely in love with food and you'll most likely find me covered in flour, chocolate or both.

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1 annabelle for KimberlyBelle.com December 31, 2011 at 12:11 pm

This sounds like the perfect way to brighten up a cocktail this evening. Can I ask where you got your coupe glasses? I have been looking for something similar for ages!


2 Joanne December 31, 2011 at 1:49 pm

Hi Annabelle — we got those at Crate and Barrel Outlet… check crate and barrel online, I bet you can find them! – Joanne


3 Kathryn January 1, 2012 at 8:10 pm

Hi Joanne-
Just wanted to let you know that Elderflowers (also called Elderblow) are the beautiful white flowers from the Elder tree. If left on the tree they turn into Elderberries. Both the flowers and berries have been used medicinally for many many years to treat colds and flu, so now you can feel virtuous about drinking St. Germain!


4 Joanne January 2, 2012 at 8:37 am

We might just have to get ourselves another bottle, then! Thanks for the info, Kathryn!


5 Heide M. December 17, 2012 at 5:52 pm

This festive cocktail is perfect for the holidays.


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