Champagne Napoleon

Champagne Napoleon recipe

Champagne Napoleon Ingredients

Champagne Napoleon Instructions

If you're looking for a sophisticated and elegant cocktail to serve at your next special occasion, look no further than the Champagne Napoleon. This delightful drink is a perfect blend of sweet and sparkling, making it a favorite among cocktail enthusiasts.

To make a Champagne Napoleon, you'll need a few key ingredients. Begin by pouring a generous amount of champagne into a champagne flute. Next, add in a splash of orange liqueur, such as Cointreau or Grand Marnier, for a touch of citrus flavor. Finally, finish off your cocktail with a dash of grenadine syrup, which will add a beautiful pink hue and a hint of sweetness.

The Champagne Napoleon is best served chilled, so be sure to keep your ingredients cold before mixing. To make the perfect cocktail, follow these simple steps:

  1. Start by chilling your champagne flute in the fridge or freezer for at least 15 minutes.
  2. Once chilled, remove the flute from the fridge and pour in a generous amount of champagne, filling it about three-quarters of the way.
  3. Add a splash of orange liqueur, approximately half an ounce, to the flute.
  4. Finish off your cocktail with a dash of grenadine syrup, adding just enough to create a subtle pink hue.
  5. Gently stir the mixture with a long spoon, being careful not to let the bubbles escape.
  6. Top off your Champagne Napoleon with a garnish of fresh fruit, such as a strawberry or a slice of orange.

And there you have it – a delicious and visually stunning Champagne Napoleon cocktail. This drink is sure to impress your guests with its elegant appearance and delightful taste. Whether you're hosting a formal dinner party or celebrating a special occasion, the Champagne Napoleon is the perfect choice for any sophisticated affair.

So why not raise a glass and toast to good times with a Champagne Napoleon? Cheers!

Best served in a Champagne Flute.