- 1 pint fresh (or frozen) raspberries, set some aside for garnishes
- 2 tablespoons granulated sugar
- 1 teaspoon Nielsen-Massey rose water
- brut rosé champagne
Puree raspberries with sugar and rose water. Fill each glass with 2 tablespoons puree, then add champagne to the top. Garnish with a fresh raspberry.
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This sounds amazing. Another great champagne drink is to mix lemon sorbet and champagne together. Amazingly refreshing!
Blush & Pearls by Angela
Just an FYI, the title calls the drink Elixir de L’Armour, when it should be L’Amour (no ‘r’ after the ‘A’)