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Peach vodka, fresh raspberry syrup and champagne are combined to make this gorgeous Mother’s Day Raspberry Peach Champagne Cocktail. Sweet, bubbly and full of fresh, fruity flavours, this is the perfect cocktail to serve at a Mother’s Day brunch or any special occasion. Don’t have peach vodka to hand? No problem, I have an easy substitute for you! So raise a glass and let’s call a toast the wonderful Mother figures in our lives.

Raspberry Peach Champagne Cocktail

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Peach vodka, fresh raspberry syrup and champagne are combined to make this gorgeous Mother’s Day Raspberry Peach Champagne Cocktail. Sweet, bubbly and full of fresh, fruity flavours, this is the perfect cocktail to serve at a Mother’s Day brunch or any special occasion.

Ingredients

For the Raspberry Syrup (makes 1 1/4 cups/300ml) :

For the Champagne Cocktail:

Instructions

To make the raspberry syrup:

  1. Put the sugar, water and raspberries in a small saucepan and bring to a boil on a medium heat. 
  2. One boiling, reduce to a simmer and simmer for 10 minutes. Stirring occasionally.
  3. Remove from the heat and add the bitters, stir. Transfer to a jar or bottle and leave to cool. Can be stored in a sealed jar/bottle for up to 2 weeks in the fridge

To make the cocktail:

  1. Set out 4 champagne coupe glasses (if using flutes, please see note)
  2. Add 1/4 oz peach vodka to each glass
  3. Add 1.5 oz/3 tbsp/45ml raspberry syrup to each glass 
  4. Top up with champagne 
  5. Add fresh raspberries to each glass
  6. Serve straight away 

Notes

If you do not have peach vodka, you can use regular vodka and add 1.5 oz/3 tbsp/45 ml peach nectar or juice (here's a post on how to easily make peach nectar/juice at home if you can't find it in the store).

This recipe makes 4 x 300ml (1.25 cups) cocktails served in a champagne coupe/saucer glass. If you would prefer to use flutes, you will make a much smaller cocktail but a higher number - measurements of ingredients added should be scaled down accordingly. As a guide, it should be approximately 2 parts champagne to 1 part vodka and syrup combined. 

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Recipe by A Tipsy Giraffe at https://www.atipsygiraffe.com/raspberry-peach-champagne-cocktail/