Rosemary Clementine Prosecco Cocktail Recipe

The end of the year is a time for serious reflection and celebration. It’s also the time to buy huge crates of clementines and eat them like there’s nobody watching.

We can’t think of a better way to toast goodbye to 2014 than with Beth Kirby’s fruity and herbacious Rosemary Clementine Prosecco Cocktail! It’s really good. Read on for her recipe.

Rosemary Clementine Prosecco Cocktail Recipe

Rosemary Clementine Prosecco Cocktail Recipe

Rosemary Syrup

    ½ cup fresh rosemary leaves, roughly chopped
    2 cups granulated sugar
    2 cups water
    Rind from 3 satsumas, cut into thin strips & pith removed

In a medium sauce pan combine sugar and water, heat over medium high to high stirring occasionally until sugar dissolves and it comes to a low boil. Remove from heat and add the rosemary and rind. Give it a good stir, cover, and let sit until it comes to room temperature. Taste. If you want a strong flavor then refrigerate it over night before straining. If it’s to your liking, go ahead and strain it through a mesh strainer lined with cheese cloth. Will keep indefinitely bottles in the fridge. 

Rosemary Clementine Prosecco Cocktail

    1 oz clementine juice
    ½ oz lime juice
    ½ oz rosemary syrup
    3 oz prosecco

Stir the lime juice, syrup, and clementine juice together. Pour procecco into a glass and top with the syrup mixture. Garnish with rosemary sprigs and a clementine twist. 

Rosemary Clementine Prosecco Cocktail Recipe

Rosemary Clementine Prosecco Cocktail Recipe

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Beth Kirby is the Tennessee-based stylist, photographer, and blogger behind Local Milk, where she showcases her vast love for real food, and for elevating the everyday into something beautiful. Follow Beth on Instagram + Pinterest + Twitter.

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Eden Passante

September 7, 2016

Yum! Looks so beautiful and delicious!

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