Boozed + Infused

Infusing liqueurs at home with inspiring and seasonal ingredients

The Sparkling 111

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Ringing in the New Year ● Palm Springs style

 

 

Better late then never!

I previously posted a few photos of the persimmon liqueur I was making at the end of last year.  Well, life got in the way of me getting to this specific post, but we did in fact create a New Years Eve cocktail with the persimmon liqueur that was totally inspired by Palm Springs.  After spending a mellow Christmas holiday here in Venice we loaded up the car and hit the road for the desert.  We checked into the Ace Hotel & Swim Club as per usual, jumped in the pool and then whipped up a little sparkling sunset treat on our patio. It seemed to fit in perfectly in there… it must have been that delicious peachy tone.  (see recipe below)

The Sparkling 111

Ingredients:

Persimmon Liqueur

Champagne or Prosecco chilled

Directions:

Pour about 1 Tablespoon of Persimmon Liqueur into each glass, then fill with Champagne or Prosecco.  Serve immediately and repeat when necessary.

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8 thoughts on “The Sparkling 111

  1. I’m so happy to have found your blog…I love infusing liquor and you have some great ideas.

  2. I am a great lover of persimmons and have a sentimental attachment to the flavor that goes back to childhood. I am going to have to make the liqueur and try this recipe.

  3. Mmm, I love a good champagne cocktail. You guys are making me think about infusing a bunch of stuff now!!

    • Great! Hope you have a good place to store infusions in your new abode. Some of your drinks look amazing too, so I’m sure you can come up with some fun infusions!

  4. so simple & with prosecco! one of my favorites :)

  5. Alicia and Eileen, great recipes! I’m a big fan of this blog. Can’t wait to start infusing!

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