St. Germain Cocktail

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2 parts Dry Sparkling Wine (I use Prosecco)

1 1/2 parts St. Germain elderflower liqueur

2 parts club soda


1 Fill a tall Collins glass with ice.

2 Add Champagne first, then St-Germain, then Club Soda.

3 Stir completely. St-Germain is heavier than wine, thus it will settle to the bottom unless mixed thoroughly.

4 Traditionally, you garnish with a lemon twist, but I like to use a few fresh mint leaves and stir them in with th cocktail.

*The elderflower liqueur St. Germain is only 80 calories per ounce and has just 18 percent sugar by volume (compared to the 30 to 35 percent found in many liqueurs). It’s also all-natural!

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