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Orange Sparkler

Orange Sparkler Ingredients

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Orange Sparkler Description

How to make the Orange Sparkler cocktail recipe:

Indulge in the vibrant allure of the Orange Sparkler, a captivating libation that tantalizes the taste buds with its citrusy charm. Crafted with care, this sparkling concoction harmonizes 2 oz of orange liqueur with a splash of fresh orange juice, all elevated by 4 oz of crisp sparkling wine. Garnished with a twist of orange peel and a sprig of rosemary, each sip offers a delightful medley of flavors that dance on the palate. Elevate your cocktail experience and savor the radiant glow of the Orange Sparkler!

Orange Sparkler recipe ingredients:

° Orange Liqueur: 2 oz (approximately 60 ml) – Infuses the cocktail with citrusy sweetness.
° Orange Juice: 1 oz (approximately 30 ml) – Adds a burst of vibrant citrus flavor.
° Sparkling Wine: 3 oz (approximately 120 ml) – Provides a lively effervescence.
° Garnish: Twist of orange peel and a sprig of rosemary – Enhances aroma and visual appeal.

Orange Sparkler instructions:

1) Chill the Glass: Begin by chilling a champagne flute or wine glass to maintain the drink’s temperature.
2) Pour Orange Liqueur: Carefully measure and pour 2 oz of orange liqueur into the chilled vessel, imparting its delightful sweetness.
3) Add Orange Juice: Splash a bit of fresh orange juice into the glass, enhancing the citrusy notes.
4) Optional: top with Sparkling Wine: Finish with 4 oz of sparkling wine, allowing its bubbles to mingle with the orange flavors.
Garnish and Serve: Garnish with a twist of orange peel and a sprig of rosemary for a final touch of elegance. Serve immediately and revel in the radiant allure of the Orange Sparkler!

Which sparkling wine to use for your Orange Sparkler mixed drink:

For the Orange Sparkler cocktail, a sparkling wine with bright, crisp flavors and a touch of sweetness works best to complement the citrusy notes of the orange liqueur and juice. Here are a few options:

  1. Prosecco: Originating from Italy, Prosecco is known for its light and fruity profile, with flavors of green apple, pear, and citrus. It’s usually slightly sweeter and less acidic than Champagne, making it a popular choice for cocktails.
  2. Cava: Hailing from Spain, Cava is made using traditional methods similar to Champagne but with indigenous Spanish grape varieties. It offers refreshing acidity, along with notes of citrus, apple, and sometimes tropical fruits, making it an excellent option for cocktails.
  3. Brut Champagne: If you prefer a drier option, Brut Champagne can also work well in the Orange Sparkler. It offers crisp acidity, subtle fruitiness, and delicate bubbles, which can complement the citrus flavors without overpowering them.


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