Wildflower Champagne Cocktail

An easy New Years Eve champagne cocktail for ringing in the new year. Uses hibiscus flowers in syrup.

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An easy New Years Eve champagne cocktail for ringing in the new year. Uses hibiscus flowers in syrup. Also a Beauty & The Beast Cocktail.
 

In a few days it will be New Year's Eve! I can't believe we are finally saying goodbye to 2016 and walking into the adventure that will be 2017. I'm excited to see what 2017 will unfold and how Elle Talk will go along with it. However, I'll be talking more about that on my final post for the year, later this week. Which means today is the last cocktail for Elle Talk in 2016! Including this post Elle Talk will have posted 25 cocktail recipes and that's not including our boozy edibles treats! So I wanted to end on the prettiest cocktail I ever have seen. 

This New Years Eve champagne cocktail is the easiest way to spruce up a champagne toast. All you do is add these beautiful hibiscus flowers into the bottom a champagne glass. Give it a dash of our favorite gold pearl dust for a midnight sparkle, and pour the champagne when ready to cheers! You watch as the flower petals dance in the bubbles and the gold dust sparkles up the glass. The edible hibiscus flowers are in a syrup that gives it a delicious berry undertone to your champagne and gorgeous rose colored pop. Needless to say you'll toast to the new year and make up a few more things to toast to have another round.

For this cocktail you can use Champagne or Prosecco, just use your favorite! The Wild Hibiscus Flowers in Syrup can be found at Whole Foods, liquor stores, and Amazon. I'll provide an affliate link down below.

 
An easy New Years Eve champagne cocktail for ringing in the new year. Uses hibiscus flowers in syrup. Also a Beauty & The Beast Cocktail.
 
 
An easy New Years Eve champagne cocktail for ringing in the new year. Uses hibiscus flowers in syrup. Also a Beauty & The Beast Cocktail.
 
 
An easy New Years Eve champagne cocktail for ringing in the new year. Uses hibiscus flowers in syrup. Also a Beauty & The Beast Cocktail.
 
 
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An easy New Years Eve champagne cocktail for ringing in the new year. Uses hibiscus flowers in syrup. Also a Beauty & The Beast Cocktail.
 
 
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Wildflower Champagne Cocktail
A cocktail using wild hibiscus flowers in berry syrup for a champange cocktail.
Ingredients
  • 1 750mL Champagne or Prosecco
  • 4 Wild Hibiscus Flowers in Syrup
  • 1/2 oz Syrup from flowers
  • Sprinkle Wilton Gold Pearl Dust (optional)
Instructions
In the bottom of 4 champagne flute add 1 Hibiscus Flower and 1/2 ounce of the syrup into each one. (optional) Add a light sprinkle of Wilton Gold Pearl Dust into the flutes for a glitter effect. Fill your flutes with champagne and serve.Yield: 4
An easy New Years Eve champagne cocktail for ringing in the new year. Uses hibiscus flowers in syrup. Also a Beauty & The Beast Cocktail.
An easy New Years Eve champagne cocktail for ringing in the new year. Uses hibiscus flowers in syrup. Also a Beauty & The Beast Cocktail.
 

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This cocktail is even more pretty in person plus it's an easy fun take on a classic champagne toast. I will definitely be making these the cocktail of my New Years Eve! What will you be cheersing too for the New Year? Let me know down below.

I wanted to give a quick thank you to you cocktail lovers who keep stopping by Elle Talk to try out my recipes. I've had the most wonderful year making recipes for you all, and I can't wait for you to see the fun coming in 2017.  Cheers!

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