Getting Into the Pink of Things: Celebrate Spring, the Weekend & Easter With Croft Pink
Croft’s Pink Porto wine is a perfect way to show off your cocktail skills and provide a light yet refreshing version of port. Most would never think of using port within a cocktail but Croft makes it easy with a rose’ version– for a tasty spirit.
An alternative for the wine spritzer crowd! This recipe is a perfect summery punch for your garden party, and it can be prepared for as many guests as you wish.
2.5oz Croft Pink
2.5oz Sparkling water infused with Jasmine tea
Croft Pink port mixed with equal amount of cold Jasmine tea, served in a tall glass.
Add ice cubes and garnish with rose petals. -Optional: add some diced strawberries-
1oz Croft Pink
1.5oz white Tequila
2oz Grapefruit Juice
1.5oz Lime juice
1oz Soda water
Dash of sugar syrup (simple syrup) depending on the bitterness of the grapefruit
1 Lime wedge, as a garnish
Pour all the ingredients into an ice-filled mixing glass, stir briefly and strain into an ice-filled Collins glass.
Add the garnish.
One more recipe– but no photo for this one. It’s pretty though
Pink Blossom :
Created by Leslie Sbrocco, wine journalist
5 oz. Croft Pink Port
1 oz. St. Germain Elderflower liqueur
2 oz. brut sparkling wine
fresh raspberries or blueberries (or any berries)
Add 4-5 ice cubes in a highball glass,
Pour in St. Germain, then add Croft Pink Port, then a quick stir to mix the spirits.
Top with sparkling wine.
Garnish with skewer of berries!
Find out more about Croft Pink Port here. http://www.croftpink.com/
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