Is Valentine’s Day a big day in your house?
We are definite fans of “the cupid” here in the GGG house. Valentine’s Day just so happens to coincide with my husband and my wedding anniversary and both of my boys’ birthdays so to say we celebrate all week-long would be 100% true. Our Valentine’s Day week is filled with romantic dinners, celebrations and love. I don’t care if it is a made-up holiday manufactured by greeting card companies, it’s hard not to get wrapped up into the special feeling surrounding the holiday when it is so close to so many other special moments in my life and those I love the most.
Looking for the perfect cocktail to compliment your Valentine’s Day? I am loving this Cherub Cherry Champagne Sparkler. It is the perfect shade of red and reminds me of an adult-style Shirley Temple drink.
To make this Valentine’s Day themed cherry champagne cocktail recipe you will need pink rose champagne, grenadine syrup and maraschino cherries. This cherry champagne cocktail recipe is so simple – all you do is grab a couple of champagne glasses and add two (or more) maraschino cherries into the bottom of the glass. Then, top the cherries with 1 ounce of grenadine syrup and top with rose champagne.
The result is a vibrantly colored red glass of champagne that would look perfect on your candlelight Valentine’s Day dinner table.
The flavor is so sweet, this cherry champagne cocktail recipe would be best as an after-dinner drink or to sip on during dessert.
Why not turn the romance up a few notches and serve my Cherub Cherry Champagne Sparkler to your one and only? If you feel cupid’s arrow at some point don’t blame me, blame this cherry champagne cocktail recipe.
This post was written by food blogger Linda Arceo for Giggles, Gobbles and Gulps. All rights reserved.