With just two ingredients you can make a cocktail or a mocktail! Rose Cordial Syrup gives this spring prosecco cocktail a lovely, fresh botanical vibe.
Happy Spring! The warmer days, the blooming flowers, and the lighter evenings always put me into a fresh mindset and a mood to celebrate.
This pretty spring cocktail is incredibly easy to make and will help you welcome spring with a big cheers!
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Cocktails for Spring and Summer
Let’s be honest — I like cocktails during every season of the year. Something bright during the summer, crisp and darker during the fall, rich and cozy for winter.
But a spring cocktail is a chance to try something new! Floral notes, light combinations, and pretty garnishes are so fun in the spring.
This lovely rose cordial prosecco cocktail checks all the boxes! And actually, if you’re in the market for more spring cocktail ideas, you’ve come to the right place.
I took a moment to round up some of my spring favorites from our archives for you. Be sure to pin your favorites so you can find the recipe again easily.
- Basil Gimlet Cocktail Recipe
- Blackberry Bramble Easter Cocktail
- French 75 Cocktail Recipe
- Gin and Prosecco Cocktail
- How to Make a Bee’s Knees Cocktail
And a few summer faves to get you excited about the warmer months!
- Tinto de Verano Wine Cocktail
- Spaghett Beer Cocktail
- Butterfly Gin Fizz Cocktail
- Tequila Sparkler Cocktail
Where to Serve this prosecco Cocktail
Because this prosecco cocktail only has two ingredients, it makes an incredibly easy but elevated drink to make for gatherings!
It would be perfect served at any spring party; Easter gatherings, graduations, birthdays, and more. I think it would also be a huge hit at baby or wedding showers, or even just a brunch gathering at home with friends.
It looks particularly lovely with some little flowers floating in it, too! The flowers you see here are chamomile flowers.
What is Rose Cordial?
We were gifted this lovely bottle of Rose Cordial Syrup, which I had never tried before.
I assumed that it would be somewhat bitter with the rose flavor, but it’s actually a perfect combination of a light sweetness and the floral rosey flavor.
Usually, cordials have alcohol content and are made from mixing or redistilling neutral spirits with botanicals or herbs. However, this Rose Cordial is more a flavored syrup than anything else.
How to Make this into a Mocktail
While I love combining the Rose Cordial with a glass of champagne or prosecco, it’s easy to make this into a mocktail!
Just add a teaspoon or tablespoon (to taste) of the cordial to a glass of your favorite beverage. It’s particularly lovely with some chilled sparkling water. It would also be fantastic in a glass of lemonade!
How to Make a Rose Prosecco Cocktail
You just need two ingredients to make this lovely spring cocktail!
Prosecco. While I love prosecco for this, you could also use champagne if that’s what you have on hand.
Rose Cordial Syrup. The Rose Cordial Syrup is great to keep on hand in your home bar for mixing into lots of different drinks! It would be great with gin as well.
To make, start by pouring a glass of prosecco (about four ounces). Next, add a teaspoon of the Rose Cordial Syrup. Gently stir to incorporate.
If it’s your first time making this prosecco cocktail, give it a taste after you’ve added a teaspoon of the syrup. If you want a bit more rose flavor, add a small amount and mix to taste.
- Rose Cordial Syrup
- To make, start by pouring a glass of prosecco (about four ounces).
- Next, add a teaspoon of the Rose Cordial Syrup. Gently stir to incorporate.
- If it's your first time making this prosecco cocktail, give it a taste after you've added a teaspoon of the syrup. If you want a bit more rose flavor, add a small amount and mix to taste.
While I love combining the Rose Cordial with a glass of champagne or prosecco, it's easy to make this into a mocktail!
Just add a teaspoon or tablespoon (to taste) of the cordial to a glass of your favorite beverage. It's particularly lovely with some chilled sparkling water. It would also be fantastic in a glass of lemonade!
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