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Raspberry Cocktail – for Valentine’s

Valentine Raspberry Cocktail

(Nipple Oooo Err)

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So Valentines Day approaches….. a Raspberry Cocktail 

Eeeeek! So we’ve developed this Valentine Raspberry Nipple Cocktail 

Whether  you’re happily ‘coupled up’ or celebrating solo (high five)- just get this made! You won’t regret it! 

A classic from our lovely Cocktail Queen 

Valentine Raspberry Nipple!

Too funny 😉

This year we will all v e home so why not make it special at home anyway? 

Valentines Cocktail 

This cocktail is simply a mix of Champagne, (cava or any fizz) mixed with raspberry coulis and served with fresh raspberries 

Delicious! 

So Valentines Day – what exactly is it? and why?

Well according to Wikipedia:

Valentine’s Day, also called Saint Valentine’s Day or the Feast of Saint Valentine, is celebrated annually on February 14.

Originating as a Western Christian feast day honouring one or two early saints named Valentinus, Valentine’s Day is recognized as a significant cultural, religious, and commercial celebration of romance and romantic love in many regions around the world.

Although it is not a public holiday in any country 

 

So whatever you’re doing for Valentines – enjoy! 

If that’s a night out or in with your guys or gal, or if it’s a night out with your girlfriends, just enjoy! 

And of course you can drink it any time of the year 

 

Another Raspberry Cocktail

If you love raspberries with alcohol then why not try another. This time our Raspberry Mojhito a.k.a. The Secret Smile

It’s delicious, promise

Raspberry Mojhito 

Enjoy guys

Love Cx & Jx

DRINK RESPONSIBLY 

Ingredients

Raspberry Nipple (Oooo Err)

  • Champagne/ Prosecco/ Cava
  • Chambord (or any fruit liqueur)
  • Raspberry or Forest Fruit Coulis
  • Fresh Raspberries

Preparation Method

  1. Pour your fizz
  2. Tilt on one side and SLOWLY pour in about 1 tablespoon of Coulis. Its very sugary so will sink to the bottom
  3. Then do the same with the Chambord
  4. Drop in a few raspberries
  5. Viola!

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