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Champagne Daisy Cocktail   Veg  CD    PFC   4mins

 

Serves  1  cold  Vegetarian   Cocktails    Party  Drinks    

 

Ingredients:

   2-3 Ice Cubes

   15ml/1/2fl.oz./1 tbsp Yellow  Chartreuse

   15ml/1/2fl.oz./1 tbsp Lemon Juice

   2 teasp Grenadine

   Champagne

   Fruit in season - cut into small pieces

 

 Instructions

 

1. Crack the ice (but don't crush it into too small pieces) and place in a shake together with the chartreuse, lemon juice and grenadine.

 

2. Shake well and strain into a shallow champagne glass.

 

3. Top up with champagne and decorate with pieces of fruit.

 

N.B. Don't be tempted to mix the cocktail directly in the serving glass, as this drink shouldn't be served with the ice. There's nothing worse than having watered down cocktails !

 

 

 

 

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