Raspberry Rosemary Fizz

December 31, 2019Sew White

This Christmas cocktail is a quick and easy one to make and tastes wonderful too. Raspberry Rosemary Fizz is a mix of raspberry liqueur topped up with fizz.

This is the most delicious quick celebration drink to make. It tastes amazing and looks beautiful. It’s also so quick. The whole thing takes less than 5 minutes to create and can be easily topped up.

Raspberry Rosemary Fizz with bubbling and fizzing with cranberries, rosemary and lime.

As well as looking beautiful and so good you could just reach out and grab a glass. I also love how beautiful this drink tastes. It mixes together the sweet and fruity raspberry liqueur, the herby and earthy smell from the rosemary and the tart bubbly prosecco works a treat. I love creating drinks that mix taste and smell to create something beautiful.

Gigglewater Prosecco in the Raspberry Rosemary Fizz

I created this recipe using Gigglewater Prosecco. Gigglewater is the original name for an alcoholic beverage. It is a great name. I love it. I will now be talking referring to Prosecco as Gigglewater from now on.

Gigglewater was founded on the idea of living a life of balance and having fun – happiness & health are core to life.

Catherine owner of Gigglewater

I hadn’t tried Gigglewater before but I have really enjoyed drinking it. (I received it as a gift to try). It’s fruity and bubble and above all fun. It is feels fun and calls to be shared among friends. It has a light smell of crisp fruits. The smell that reminds you of summer sunshine. I will have to get some more bottles for summer parties. Paring wise this is definitely an aperitif drink. Serve before food or with little nibbles so you can really appreciate the flavour.

I really like the bottle. It’s more unusual and more squat that regular bottles. It’s now a got lights in to add a little extra sparkle in time for Christmas.

Giggle water prosecco

It is a great drink to make ahead and just top up with Prosecco when you’re ready, just like the photos below. The little decoration flourishes really make this a special drink and people always want one with the little bit extra. It looks spectacular especially for Christmas. The rosemary and cranberries really show off the Christmas spirit. Pardon the pun.

A champagne glass filled with raspberry liqueur, rosemary sprig, fresh cranberries and a slice of lemon for the Raspberry Rosemary Fizz
Pouring the Prosecco over the raspberry liqueur making the rosemary and fresh cranberries bubble up for the Raspberry Rosemary Fizz

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Raspberry Rosemary Fizz

Sisley White
This Christmas cocktail is a quick and easy one to make and tastes wonderful too. Raspberry Rosemary Fizz is a mix of raspberry liqueur topped up with fizz.
5 from 1 vote
Prep Time 5 mins
Total Time 5 mins
Course Cocktails, Drinks
Cuisine English
Servings 1 drink
Calories 120 kcal

Ingredients
  

  • 25 ml raspberry liqueur
  • lime
  • sprig of rosemary
  • a few fresh cranberries
  • prosecco

Instructions
 

  • In a champagne glass pour in the raspberry liqueur.
  • Add the rosemary sprig and a few fresh cranberries (don't eat these).
  • Thinly spice a lime and add a slice to the glass.
  • Top up with prosecco and serve.
Keyword easy christmas cocktails, raspberry liqueur, Raspberry Rosemary Fizz, Rosemary cocktails

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2 Comments

  • Sam

    November 30, 2019 at 5:56 pm

    Pimping up a Prosecco sounds pretty great to me5 stars

    1. Sew White

      December 10, 2019 at 10:12 pm

      I can confirm it is rather tasty!

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