Schrödinger's Fizz, a sweet, sour and fizzy champagne cocktail. A paradox. And thus the name was born. The perfect drink for your celebrations. I have served this at Christmas, birthdays and new year and it is always a hit!!!! It is just a little unusual!
Try it for Thanksgiving and start the day with a pop 😀
I am busy getting ready for New Year, so I thought I would just pop in now with a champagne cocktail and say Happy New Year; I hope you end the year with plenty of delicious food and loving friends and family.
Everyone loves a bit of fizz at new year so I wanted to mix up a delicious champagne cocktail for you to bring in 2017, or for any reason you have to drink it. (Like there being a Y in the day???)
2016 has been a rollercoaster year for me, but I am excited about the changes coming in 2017. I started a bit early with the new look blog, plenty of extra areas to add all my new ideas, grow my shop, add in some child friendly cooking, some home/kitchen inspiration and most importantly add more and more yummy recipes for eating delicious food at home. Next year there will be a big focus on entertaining and getting together with your friends and family. Planning menus and making staying in the new going out.
There will be more of the food I love to cook when I have people over, food that tastes and looks amazing, but that isn't too stressful to make. Food that makes me happy (well all food does that 😉 ) but you get what I mean. And all my tips and tricks for getting the shopping done easily, the food prepared effortlessly and the party started with a cork popping 😉
Have a great new year, enjoy a drink and see you on the other side.
- ½ cup grapes
- 5 mint sprigs
- 30 ml simple syrup
- 75 ml vodka
- 30 ml lemon juice
- sparkling wine/champagne (~120ml)
- Garnish: 2 grapes per glass and a large spring of mint.
- Muddle the grapes, mint, and simple syrup together in a cocktail shaker, until well broken down.
- Add a cup of ice and then pour over the vodka and lemon juice,
- Shake well and then strain into two champagne flutes.
- Top up with sparkling wine and garnish with two grapes and fresh mint