Add a twist to a classic champagne toast with a dash of
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Handcrafted from all-natural ingredients, including wild blooms
that are picked during a few weeks a year at the peak of their
flavour, St-Germain makes a delicious aperitif which brings a touch
of 1920s Parisian free spirit to the occasion.
Whipping up the classic St-Germain and Champagne cocktail is a
breeze; simply pour out 1.5 parts St-Germain, 2 parts sparkling
wine (we love it with Champagne, of course!) and 2 parts ice cold
soda, then top with a twist of lemon.
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Our serving tip? Embrace the old-school glamour and serve the
bubbles in a champagne saucer. And for extra retro elegance, create
a cocktail serving station complete with pre-filled carafes to let
guests top up their bubbles.
Available from www.selfridges.com, www.waitrose.com and www.drinkshop.co.uk, RRP £28.99 for 70cl
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