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This Hibiscus Ginger Cocktail Combines Herbs and Alcohol

 - Jul 17, 2014
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There are a ton of different champagne cocktails available out there on the market but not many include the infused taste of flowers. This hibiscus ginger champagne drink is a fun summertime beverage that you can make in the comfort of your own home.

Hibiscus is a deliciously fragrant pink flower that is often infused into cosmetics and sweets. To make this delicious floral cocktail inspired by the hibiscus plant, begin by infusing dried hibiscus flowers in a rose water syrup. Then add a single hibiscus flower to each glass followed by a spoonful of rose water syrup. Pour a ginger liqueur, like Domaine de Canton, overtop and fill the rest of the glass up with sparkling wine or champagne.