Bartend for Mom this Mother’s Day with this fun, bubbly rosé champagne drink that’s fit for brunch or a warm evening outside, simply spending time together.
With Mother’s Day just around the corner, what better way to celebrate Mom than with a bottle of pink bubbly? And Moët & Chandon has a few chic bottles to help you spoil Mom.
Their House’s iconic Imperial Rosé champagne, is a spontaneous, radiant pink bubbly that seduces the senses and is ready to celebrate anything.
For an even more refined sip, add a touch of style and sophistication with Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage Rosé 2009. It’s perfectly indulgence and is something Mom deserves. Aged for 7 years in Moet’s historic cellars, the wine’s initial notes of ripe berries, rhubarb and violets are followed by vanilla and pink peppercorn. With a light, airy elegance and soft, gentile texture and finish, this rosé champagne is the perfect gift to honor any Mom this May.
Rather than just sip it straight, use it to top off your next cocktaiil.
Moet Unconventional Love
3oz Moët Rosé Imperial
1oz Belvedere Vodka
.25oz Simple Syrup (1:1 sugar & water)
2 rounded tsps Coconut Water
Glass: Old Fashioned (Double Rocks)
Garnish: Fresh Grated Cinnamon and Raspberries
Add all ingredients except Moët into shaking tins. Muddle raspberries. Add ice and shake vigorously for 15-20 seconds. Add 3oz of chilled Moët Rose to tin and then strain into an old fashioned (double rocks) glass. Add ice. Garnish with fresh grated cinnamon and raspberries.
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