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Hibiscus Ginger and Champagne Cocktail. A recipe for Hibiscus Ginger and Champagne Cocktail. Hibiscus Ginger and Champagne Cocktail recipe. Hibiscus Ginger and Champagne Cocktail. Hi all! Does everyone have big Easter plans? Even if you don’t celebrate Easter, don’t you always feel the need to be brunching every Easter Sunday? It just seems so appropriate, doesn’t it? I have plans with the bf and his family….brunch, duh. Every year his family puts together a delightful Easter egg hunt (with prizes for the most found eggs), although the youngest person who attends is me (I’m 27). The prizes are always Nordstrom gift cards, so needless to say my competitive nature comes out and I go full force. This year, I’ll be doing the same…barreling through my bf’s aunts, uncles and grandparents to claim that last egg we all saw hidden in the bushes. No shame. None. :)

Anyway, I think this Hibiscus & Ginger Champagne Cocktail is the perfect [Easter] brunch cocktail….light, sweet, refreshing, and bubbly! The hibiscus and ginger both bring a great element of surprise and flavor to the drink. Plus, the hibiscus flower floating around is really pretty and adds a little extra “wow” factor, don’t ya think?! Also, the ingredients really aren’t as difficult to find as you may think; I got everything from Bev-Mo, even the Hibiscus flowers sitting in rose water syrup! I’m pretty sure you can also get all these things at a Total Wine as well. Amazon is also pretty awesome…FYI :) I hope everyone has a great weekend Easter egg hunting, brunching and sipping on these cocktails! Enjoy!
xx Jenny

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Hibiscus & Ginger Champagne Cocktail
Makes 4 to 5

4 to 5 hibiscus flowers sitting in rose water syrup
1/2 cup Domaine de Canton (or any ginger liqueur of your choice)
1 (750ml) bottle champagne or sparkling wine

1. Place a single hibiscus flower and 1 tablespoon of rosewater syrup into each champagne flute.
2. Pour 2 tablespoons of ginger liqueur into each glass and top with chilled champagne or sparkling wine. Serve.

  1. Megan Not Specified Not Specified

    Seriously, you guys put the “champ” in champagne. (Sorry, I just had to say it.) And these are the prettiest drinks I ever did see.

  2. Maren Not Specified Not Specified

    Yum! The hibiscus flowers make these so lovely.

  3. Ashley Not Specified Not Specified

    These photos!!!!! LOVE.

  4. Cynthia Not Specified Not Specified

    Love this fruit. Here in the Caribbean we call it Sorrel. It is a traditional fruit-drink at Christmas spiced with cloves and cinnamon. Love the idea of having it in a cocktaill

  5. Averie @ Averie Cooks Not Specified Not Specified

    This is so gorgeous! I just posted a champagne punch with coconut water. In 3 years+ years of blogging, have never posted anything like it and now I see yours, too. I want it!

  6. Amy Not Specified Not Specified

    These look so pretty! I may have to serve them at my next dinner party. Very dainty and feminine :)


    mon amy

  7. Makana Not Specified Not Specified

    Looks amazing! Where do you get the hibiscus flowers from?

  8. ileana Not Specified Not Specified

    This looks so bizarre and amazing at the same time. Beautiful!

  9. Mary @ Bake Break Not Specified Not Specified

    Wow – this is definitely something new for me! Beautiful, and hopefully yummy!

  10. Rahul Not Specified Not Specified

    Great looking drink!

  11. Kasey Not Specified Not Specified

    Holy smokes, those hibiscus flowers look so gorgeous!! What a perfect celebratory drink. We don’t celebrate Easter, but I’m having some friends over for waffles ;)

  12. Noelle (@singerinkitchen) Not Specified Not Specified

    Beautiful! I say this having Jamaica, hibiscus flower tea, in my fridge. Recycling the flowers for a drink is genius!

  13. lee Not Specified Not Specified

    Gosh this looks delicious, love the images.


  14. Nicole Franzen Not Specified Not Specified

    so pretty! its almost magical :)

  15. Lindsey Not Specified Not Specified

    Absolutely love this idea and those textured glasses!

  16. sarah Not Specified Not Specified

    These are the prettiest drinks I’ve ever seen.

    I hope you got that gift card! :)

  17. Wren Not Specified Not Specified

    Where did you get those lovely glasses??

  18. Lea @ iCooklea Not Specified Not Specified

    Wow – looks wonderful ! Do the hibiscus flowers change the taste?

  19. Sara Grace Not Specified Not Specified

    love new drink recipes! this concoction looks awesome!

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  22. Kate Not Specified Not Specified

    Sounds delicious! Looks beautiful (& quite impressive).

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