Cardamom Spiced Champagne Cocktail
a cocktail recipe
by Hannah Huddleston
Hannah is a food photographer, and a food blogger since 2019. Due to the fact that Hannah's love language is food, making and serving beautiful, delicious bites and sips is her passion. She shares her love and recipes with the world on her blog sweetsavorysour.com or on Instagram @sweetsavorys.
A lovely cardamom spiced bubbly beverage, it has a touch of bitters, champagne, and squeeze of lemon. It is perfect for toasting in the new year but can make any day special.
PREP | 10 M
COOK | 5 M
INACTIVE | 20 M
TOTAL | 35 M
| 4 oz
for the cardamom simple syrup:
In a small saucepan, add 1/4 cups of water and 1/4 cups of sugar. Heat on medium until the sugar is completely dissolved. Add the crushed Cardamom Pods and let the sugar steep for 20 minutes in the refrigerator.
for the cocktail glass rim:
On a small saucer add 1 tbs sugar, 1/4 tsp cardamom, 1/4 tsp of lemon zest. Next, in a chilled champagne glass, coup glass or wine glass, rub the rim with a lemon and dip the rim in a bowl with sugar, cardamom spice, and lemon zest.
for the cocktail:
Add the cardamom simple syrup, then 2 dashes of bitters, 1 tsp lemon juice (1 squeeze) and top it off with chilled Champagne/prosecco/or sparkling wine of your choice.
Drink should be enjoyed immediately after preparation. The simple syrup can be stored for 1 week if refrigerated.
Make sure you sugar the rim before you make the drink.
The simple syrup can be made a day ahead. It can also be added to coffee or tea for a deliciously sweet cardamom flavor.
Cardamom is a strong spice with equal parts menthol, floral, and sweet flavor. It is widely used in traditional Indian, Middle Eastern and Nordic cuisines as well as a popular flavoring for tea and coffee.
TRY ME - SAMPLE$0.75
2 oz - JAR$11
2 oz - REFILL$10
8 oz - REFILL$29
Aromatic and flavorful, whole green cardamom pods can be lightly crushed to further enhance flavor in cooking.
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1.3 oz - JAR$10
1.3 oz - REFILL$9
6 oz - REFILL$24