Are you looking for a tasty cocktail to complete your night?
If so, you’ve come to the right place.
These st Germain cocktails are just what you’ll need.
From the classic gin and tonic to a unique French champagne cocktail, there are so many delicious options.
Not only are these drinks beautifully made, but they’re also a great way to pair spirits with sweet fruit and citrus flavors.
Of course, the best part is that each of these cocktails is infused with the expertise of one of France’s top bartenders.
So grab your favorite glassware and prepare to be blown away by these stunning st Germain cocktails.
This gorgeous champagne cocktail is a perfect way to celebrate the holidays.
It has a beautiful gold finish, which makes it stand out in a crowd.
The nectar and sparkling wine make this cocktail so refreshing and light.
Add some fresh fruit juice, Champagne, and crushed ice to make it even sweeter.
Serve this cocktail with a pair of white chardonnays or reds.
It’s ready for the night!
This recipe is for a bright, fruity cocktail, full of flavors and textures.
It’s sweet and fruity, with a touch of tartness from the St.Germain.
If you like your drinks more savory, go ahead and add some peppercorns or add a dash of Angostura bitters.
Both are good things to add to this drink to enhance it.
It’s hard to believe that a simple drink could be so good, but it is.
This gimlet recipe has the perfect balance of crisp and soft.
You’ll love how it pairs lemon juice with ginger ale in this drink.
The added lemon flavor is phenomenal!
If you want to amp up the flavor, try adding some fresh herbs like thyme or parsley.
I have a confession to make: I adore elderflower cordial.
But their floral flavor is off-putting when you pair it with tea.
This recipe takes the traditional flavors and infuses them into a cocktail.
It’s tart, it’s sweet, and it’s smooth.
The drink is made with vodka, ginger ale, simple syrup, and lemon juice.
It has all the things you love about cocktails – great flavor, balance between alcohol and sugar levels, and plenty of room for creativity.
It also gives you the chance to dress up your favorite teatime beverage!
Looking for something fresh and zingy?
This cucumber, elderflower gimlet is the perfect cocktail for spring.
It’s a clear liquor infused with ginger and lemon zest, giving it a wonderfully citrusy flavor.
The gin adds a subtle warmth to the drink that adds some much-needed life to this refreshing cocktail.
And since it’s easy to make, you can have this cocktail ready in under 20 minutes.
It pairs perfectly with any appetizer or light meal (like steamed veggies) so be sure to make extra!
The grapefruit elderflower rio is a very light and refreshing cocktail.
It’s perfect if you’re feeling under the weather!
This drink tastes like a fresh grapefruit juice with a splash of vodka.
It’s sweet and tart, but not too strong.
And it has just enough alcohol to make it feel warm on your tongue.
When in season, pomegranate seeds are as shiny and flavorful as it gets.
So if you’re looking for a way to use up those little gems, this cocktail is a great option.
You’ll need champagne and pomegranate juice, which is flavored with simple syrup.
The result is sweet and fruity flavor swirled into a bubbly champagne glass.
It might look fancy, but it’s relatively low-calorie (even low-carb!) and makes for a fantastic summer drink.
St.Germain is a pricey liqueur that’s very thick and requires some serious blending to get it right.
Luckily, there are plenty of vanilla-based vodka cocktails that can be made at home.
This one is sweet, floral, and very fruity with an almost alcohol-like finish.
It’s also super easy to make!
This grapefruit St-Germain martini is the perfect combination of sweet and tart, with a light and refreshing taste.
To make it, you’ll need vodka, white port, and grapefruit juice.
The vodka adds a bit of warmth to the drink without overpowering it.
Pour all that into a glass filled with ice cubes.
Then, garnish it with a lemon twist for something extra special.
This Hugo Rosé spritz is a refreshing drink with a zesty lemon flavor.
It’s made famous by the Bill Murray character in the movie “Punch Drunk Love,” and it’s one of my favorite drinks to serve at parties.
It’s an easy, one-pot recipe that looks sophisticated but goes down so well.
The sourness of the lemon balances out the sweetness of the grapes and gives you enough alcohol to make your mouth water while you sip.
This cocktail has all the classic ingredients – gin, tonic water, St.Germain, and ice.
It’s a light but sweet drink that tastes like summer in a glass.
The texture is refreshing and smooth but not cloying at all.
And you’ll love the beautiful orange color.
If you are looking for an easy summer cocktail to make your backyard party extra special this year, look no further than this recipe!
This sweet and citrusy cocktail is an excellent way to bring the Christmas spirit.
It combines orange juice, St-Germain Elderflower Liqueur, sparkling wine, simple syrup, and orange zest.
Each ingredient adds a unique flavor profile that’s hard to compare.
But the overall effect is fantastic!
This simple cocktail is the perfect way to end a night of dancing.
It’s light, citrusy, and fruity.
It’s also a great way to bring the bar into your home or household party.
The pineapple juice gives it a lovely sweetness that complements the vodka and St.Germain.
Try serving this at your next barbecue or get-together because everyone will love it!
If you’re looking for something a little bit more elegant, this white sangria is the perfect choice.
St Germain infused white sangria is an elegant drink with a clean and refreshing flavor.
It’s made with fresh fruit, ginger ale, and orange juice.
And it doesn’t even have to be white!
To make it extra special, add St Germain essential oil to the mix.
This is the perfect summer drink for when you’re looking for something a little different.
It may seem like an odd combination, but it works.
The two ingredients are simple – elderflower cordial and vodka – but they work so well together in this cocktail.
The result is a sweet, refreshing cocktail that’s perfect as a standalone drink or mixed with other cocktails.
I’ve made the Caberet (a blend of cognac, lemon juice, and orange liqueur) a few times, and my friends have always enjoyed it.
It’s a little sweet with a bit of tartness that hits you right in the mouth.
You can make this cocktail with any liqueur you like – or use St.
Germain if you don’t have any on hand.
Either way, its fruity flavor is very light and not too strong.
Of course, if you want it extra bitter, mix in some absinthe instead!
The forbidden flower is a classic, and it’s so good in this cocktail.
This lemon-flavored drink is an awesome summer beverage.
It’s tart, sweet, and deliciously fruity.
However, I think the elderflower makes this cocktail extra special.
It adds a hint of floral sweetness that pairs perfectly with the bitter elderflower.
Talk about awesomeness!
This peach sangria is the perfect way to enjoy the summer fruits.
It’s tangy, citrus-sweet, and full of fruity goodness.
It’s best served when chilled.
So be sure to make plenty.
Plus, it can take 15 minutes or more to prepare!
Just be sure you have an ice cube tray ready for all your cold beverages!
If you’re looking for a Halloween cocktail that will knock your socks off, Skeleton Key is the one for you.
It has all the classic ingredients of a good cocktail: gin, whiskey, and bitters.
But instead of adding two ounces of liquor to each glass, it just needs three!
This means it’s lighter in weight but still packs some serious punch.
The spiced cream garnish adds a touch of elegance that makes this drink so much more tasteful than most other cocktails.
(And trust me; people will smile at you when they taste it!)
This is a sparkling elderflower cocktail that’s cold, sweet, and just a little bit tart.
The elderflowers are infused with gin and lemon juice, creating an herbal and bittersweet flavor that’s perfect for summer.
This recipe calls for champagne to make it extra festive, but you can use whatever bubbly you prefer.
Just be sure to chill the glass before serving.
The whole thing takes about 15 minutes to prepare and another 10 to cook.
If you want the drink to be as delicious as possible, don’t overfill your glass.
French 77 is a simple dish of ketchup and mayonnaise with rice.
It’s what you might call a “simple-yet-superb” meal.
You can eat it on its own, or use it as a base to make other dishes.
It pairs extremely well with tomato sauces and salads, and is delicious on grilled meats like beefsteak or chicken.
If you’re planning a dinner party, this one-pot recipe is the way to go.
This masterpiece of a cocktail is so good, you’ll want to make it all the time.
A blend of St Germain and Sprite, it’s sweet and tangy from the orange juice.
It has a clean, refreshing taste straight from France.
It’s easy to make and perfect for special occasions.
So go ahead and put it on your list!
This cocktail is a fruity version of the classic Midwestern sundae.
It’s a blend of strawberry, peach, and apple juice with Calvados.
The plump fruits are blended with orange liqueur and topped with crisp white grapefruit.
It’s a mouthwatering concoction that’ll melt your heart.
The color is so gorgeous, you might mistake this for an elegant drink!
One thing that’s for sure when it comes to cocktails, there’s no shortage of great recipes out there.
I mean, how many times have you been looking for something new to try and ended up with a copycat recipe?
So, if you want something unique but still pretty darn tasty, this is the drink for you!
It has a lovely orange-flavored base that gets infused with brandy and served chilled.
The fresh lime zest works wonders as a garnish!
This cocktail is so strong and bracing that it’s best to sip it straight from the bottle.
The French pear martini, for example, is more like a fruit punch.
With pears and pears!
Tart, sweet pears are tossed with sparkling water and a simple lime garnish.
It’s an easy way to add some brightness to any cocktail.
Of course, you can always make your own if you want.
Pour vodka into a glass filled with pomegranate juice and top off with fresh lemon.
Cranberry St.Germain Cocktail
- 1 lime
- 1 tablespoon sugar
- Ice cubes
- 2 ounces vodka
- 1 ounce elderflower liqueur
- 1 ounce cranberry juice
- Frozen cranberries
- Put the sugar and lime zest in a small bowl and stir to blend. Use your fingers to rub the sugar and lime zest together until aromatic. Toss some on a small platter. One lime wedge, after cutting it into wedges, should be used to wet the serving glass’s rim. Gently tap the glass’s edge into the sugar to thoroughly coat it. Place aside.
- Ice cubes should be added to a cocktail shaker. Vodka, elderflower liqueur, cranberry juice, and half a teaspoon of freshly squeezed lime juice should all be added. Shake ingredients together vigorously, then strain into the prepared glass. Serve the cranberries frozen, garnished with a lime wedge.