Sparkling Apple Cider Cocktail

This sparkling apple cider cocktail is the perfect addition to your Thanksgiving table or a cozy get together, made with sparkling apple cider, wine, St. Germain, and spiralized apples.

Sparkling Apple Cider Cocktail

Sparkling Apple Cider Cocktail

The holiday season is a great excuse to make festive, gorgeous cocktails. An easy way to spruce up a cocktail is to add a garnish of fresh herbs (like here, with rosemary.) Another creative way to dress up cocktails is to add fresh fruit, like here with spiralized apples.

Spiralized apples look chic and beautiful in this sparkling apple cider cocktail made with bright and floral St. Germain, sparkling apple cider, and sparkling wine. Your guests will be wowed by this cocktail, which is made special with the Inspiralizer.

Sparkling Apple Cider Cocktail

The red skin from the spiralized apples is a pretty pop of color and the rosemary elevates the glass for a restaurant worthy cocktail.

If you want to do make a non-alcoholic version of this drink or a “mocktail,” skip the alcohol and add some elderflower syrup instead and club soda. Don’t forget the spiralized apples!

Sparkling Apple Cider Cocktail

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Nutritional Information & Recipe

Serves 4 drinks

Fancy Sparkling Apple Cider Cocktail

5 minPrep Time

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Ingredients

  • 6 ounces sparkling apple cider
  • 6 ounces dry sparkling wine
  • 4 ounces St. Germain
  • 1 small apple, Blade D

Instructions

  1. Pour all contents into a cocktail mixer with a few cubes of ice and swish around with a stirrer. Divide the apple noodles into the glasses and pour the cocktail mixture into glasses. Garnish with a sprig of rosemary.
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Sparkling Apple Cider Cocktail

Comments

  1. So fancy and fun! Love apple cider cocktails!
  2. Oh, now this is totally my kind of cocktail! I'd down dozens of these (if I could). Next Christmas for sure!
  3. Never knew Martini & Rossi made sparkling wine!! This looks like my kind of cocktail--not too strong, I'm sort of a baby when it comes to hard alcohol. Such a great idea to use spiralized apple as a garnish.
  4. fyi, do not put something carbonated in a shaker.............
  5. I don't know how I've never come across this cocktail on your blog before but I absolutely love it and I cannot wait to try it soon!

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