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Rosemary Champagne Cocktail with Blood Orange

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Originally published on December 21, 2018. Last updated on June 27, 2019

I love me a good cocktail, especially if it has herbal components! I’m of the mind if you can add a bit of herbal or foraged medicine to a festive cocktail, why not? Let’s get healthy while we imbibe! Since is one of my favorite fresh herbs and it is available year round in my garden, I thought it was the perfect choice. This rosemary champagne cocktail is delicious, and the addition of blood orange makes it extra special!

Rosemary Champagne Cocktail with Blood Orange

Fresh rosemary is such a treat in the wintertime. Rosemary is not very tolerant of freezing temperatures, but can survive outside to around 20°F if planted in the ground. If your winters get much colder than that you will need to keep your , perhaps transplanted to a pot and bring it indoors.

Here is a great post on keeping !

The first step in making this rosemary champagne cocktail is to make a rosemary syrup. This is super simple to do and the resulting syrup is amazing!

Simmer a few sprigs of fresh rosemary in two cups of water for about 20 minutes, then remove from the heat and let cool to room temperature. Strain out the rosemary and add an equal amount of honey to the rosemary infusion .

Rosemary Champagne Cocktail Recipe

Rosemary Champagne Cocktail with Blood Orange

Once you have your rosemary syrup made then it’s easy to whip up this festive champagne cocktail. I used blood oranges because they add a beautiful color to this drink, but any orange would work perfectly fine.

If you would like to have a mocktail rather than a cocktail, use sparkling water instead of champagne!

This rosemary champagne cocktail is simple to make and is absolutely delicious! It is definitely my new favorite drink. I love knowing that I’m getting some of the while I’m at it!

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I have a few other festive wildcrafted cocktails for you to enjoy:

Rosemary Champagne Cocktail with Blood Orange

Or if you want something more summery try my yummy recipe!

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Cheers to your health and happiness!

Rosemary Champagne Cocktail with Blood Orange

This rosemary champagne cocktail with blood orange is a delicious and festive drink! Get the benefits of fresh rosemary in this beautiful holiday cocktail.

Rosemary Champagne Cocktail with Blood Orange

- 2 tbsp blood orange juice any citrus can be substituted

- champagne or sparkling water for a mocktail

- rosemary sprig and blood orange slice for garnish

- Combine the water and rosemary sprigs in a pot and bring to a boil. Reduce heat and let simmer for 15-20 minutes, then remove from the heat and let cool to room temperature.

- Strain out the rosemary sprigs. You should have about one cup of rosemary infusion left. Stir in the honey.

Rosemary Champagne Cocktail with Blood Orange

- Transfer to a jar, cover and store in the refrigerator until ready to use.

- Put 1-2 tablespoons of the rosemary syrup into each glass . Then add the orange juice and stir a bit to combine.

- Fill the glass with champagne , tilting the glass as you pour to minimize foamy bubbles.

- Garnish with a rosemary sprig and an orange slice and enjoy. Cheers!

I used blood oranges because they add a beautiful color to this drink, but any orange would work perfectly fine.

Rosemary Champagne Cocktail with Blood Orange

If you would like to have a mocktail rather than a cocktail, use sparkling water instead of champagne!

Serving: 1glass | Calories: 137kcal | Carbohydrates: 13g | Fat: 0.1g | Sugar: 11.2g | Iron: 0.2mg

How long is the rosemary syrup good for? What’s the best way to store it? Refrigerator in a glass container?

The syrup will last for several weeks or even up to a month in the refrigerator.

Really good and not too strong of a rosemary taste.

Rosemary Champagne Cocktail with Blood Orange

Also very Christmassy with the sprig and the blood orange.

I was skeptical, but my wife loves rosemary so I tried it out.

Used a Gloria Ferrar Extra Brut sparkler from Sonoma.

Miracle, I was just making myself a cocktail when I was reading your email and voila, I had the rosemary syrup already for a bourbon cocktail but thought it might be great to use it i this champagne cocktail. I also used container grown Meyer Lemons with it…oh, and I marinated a sugar cup with the syrup….Happy Holidays.

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Rosemary Champagne Cocktail with Blood Orange

/ / / Rosemary Champagne Cocktail with Blood Orange

Rosemary Champagne Cocktail with Blood Orange

May contain affiliate links. Please see my

Originally published on December 21, 2018. Last updated on June 27, 2019

Rosemary Champagne Cocktail with Blood Orange

I love me a good cocktail, especially if it has herbal components! I’m of the mind if you can add a bit of herbal or foraged medicine to a festive cocktail, why not? Let’s get healthy while we imbibe! Since is one of my favorite fresh herbs and it is available year round in my garden, I thought it was the perfect choice. This rosemary champagne cocktail is delicious, and the addition of blood orange makes it extra special!

Fresh rosemary is such a treat in the wintertime. Rosemary is not very tolerant of freezing temperatures, but can survive outside to around 20°F if planted in the ground. If your winters get much colder than that you will need to keep your , perhaps transplanted to a pot and bring it indoors.

Here is a great post on keeping !

The first step in making this rosemary champagne cocktail is to make a rosemary syrup. This is super simple to do and the resulting syrup is amazing!

Simmer a few sprigs of fresh rosemary in two cups of water for about 20 minutes, then remove from the heat and let cool to room temperature. Strain out the rosemary and add an equal amount of honey to the rosemary infusion .

Rosemary Champagne Cocktail with Blood Orange

Rosemary Champagne Cocktail Recipe

Once you have your rosemary syrup made then it’s easy to whip up this festive champagne cocktail. I used blood oranges because they add a beautiful color to this drink, but any orange would work perfectly fine.

If you would like to have a mocktail rather than a cocktail, use sparkling water instead of champagne!

This rosemary champagne cocktail is simple to make and is absolutely delicious! It is definitely my new favorite drink. I love knowing that I’m getting some of the while I’m at it!

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