What kind of liquor is St Germain liqueur?
St‑Germain is a French liqueur made with fresh elderflowers, hand-picked once a year in the late spring. To accomplish its exquisitely natural flavor, every bottle of St‑Germain contains up to 1,000 of the very best elderflower blossoms, resulting in a finely crafted, perfectly balanced and refined liqueur.
What does St Germain liqueur taste like?
St Germain has become widely popular because there’s really nothing like it. The flavor is light, sweetly floral, and fragrant, with notes of citrus, pear and passionfruit. It’s hard to describe until you taste it! It adds a unique smooth finish to any drink.
What goes well with brut Champagne?
The following food pairings are recommended for traditional brut Champagnes, unless otherwise noted.
- Scrambled eggs.
- Any mushroom dish.
- Nuts, especially almonds.
- Popcorn and potato chips.
- Any pasta or risotto, especially with cream or mushroom sauce.
- Fish and seafood, especially lobster.
What juices can you mix with champagne?
Some of my favorite juices and purées for Mimosas or Bellinis:
- Orange juice.
- Peach purée.
- Mango purée.
- Pineapple purée.
- Watermelon purée.
- Blackberry juice.
- Strawberry purée.
- Pomegranate juice.
What is champagne good to mix with?
Champagne cocktail variations
- Raspberry Royale – Chambord (a raspberry liqueur) mixed with champagne.
- Mimosa – a fruit juice of your choice (grape, cranberry, orange, raspberry lemonade) mixed with champagne.
- Poinsettia – Cointreau (orange-flavored triple sec liqueur) and cranberry juice mixed with champagne.
What does the brut mean in Champagne?
The word Brut is French for “dry” which means that Brut Champagne is a dry, sparkling wine. There are actually several different levels of Brut Champagne, each distinguished by the sweetness and acidity embodied in the wine.