Campari Champagne Instructions
The Campari Champagne cocktail is a refreshing and elegant drink that combines the bitter taste of Campari with the fizzy bubbles of champagne. This cocktail is perfect for special occasions or when you want to treat yourself to a fancy drink.
To make a Campari Champagne cocktail, start by chilling a champagne flute in the freezer for about 15 minutes. This will ensure that your drink stays cold for longer.
Once the glass is chilled, pour about 1 ounce of Campari into the flute. Campari is an Italian bitter liqueur that has a vibrant red color and a distinctive bitter taste. It adds depth and complexity to this cocktail.
Next, slowly pour the champagne into the glass, filling it up to about 3/4 full. Choose a high-quality champagne or sparkling wine to complement the flavors of Campari.
Gently stir the cocktail with a long spoon or stirrer to mix the Campari and champagne together. Be careful not to stir too vigorously, as you don't want to lose the bubbles in the champagne.
Finally, garnish your Campari Champagne cocktail with a twist of lemon peel or a fresh strawberry. This adds a hint of citrus or fruity flavor to the drink, balancing out the bitterness of Campari.
Serve your Campari Champagne cocktail immediately and enjoy it slowly to savor the flavors. The combination of the bitter Campari and the effervescent champagne creates a sophisticated and refreshing drink that is sure to impress.
Best served in a Champagne Flute.
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