So as you know, I’ve been
trapped choosing to stay inside this past week, as the temps were toggling between negative and single digits; and when you’re stuck inside all week, what else is left to do but drink? Kidding aside, I can’t imagine Christmas time without champs, specifically Martini & Rossi, Asti. My mom and I have broke out the Christmas morning mimosas for years; a tradition I’m quite fond of.
I had a leftover bag of cranberries in the freezer from Thanksgiving (a BOGO that always frustrates me, because I NEVER need two whole bags of crans) But, not this type local grocer! I froze the other bag of crans and decided it would be the perfect (and prettiest) way to keep my champs chilled. And, because Rosemary looks like Christmas, I flocked some sprigs with sugar and added an extra pretty little garnish.
Shout out to my hubby for the amazing pictures! Love the tree in the background!
What you need:
What you need to do:
For the Sugared Rosemary: Rinse rosemary and shake excess water off. Roll rosemary in sugar.
For the cocktail: Pour 1 jigger Pear Vodka in tumbler. Fill the rest of the glass with champagne. Garnish with frozen cranberries and sugared rosemary.
LOVE this idea and those glasses, almost bought them last time I was at Target! Cheers to the Holidays!! -Ashwww.pursuitofshoes.com
I went back and forth about buying them, but finally caved! Cheers, Ashley!
I have to say these are some of the most beautiful pictures (and drinks!) I've ever seen! Thanks for sharing!!-Minelapinkgadgets.blogspot.com
Thanks Minela! Thanks for stopping by!
Your husband takes amazing pictures. Just the pictures made my mouth water. Merry Christmas and much cheer.pinkandnavystripes.com
Thanks Lindsay! Merry Christmas to you!
I am definitely going to have to try this recipe, sounds so yummy! Those glasses are amazing and so are the pictures!!<3 Shannonupbeatsoles.blogspot.com
Thanks Shannon! Let me know how you like it.
I don't drink but those look delish! Your pics are so Christmas-y! Love it!Kat | http://www.poshbykat.com