Add a little sorbet to your rosé

This year has flown by, it seems like just yesterday we were welcoming in 2017! So much has happened this year at Travel and Treats and we are beyond blessed with all the good change we have experienced! Our two cofounders Gabi and Vicky have both had some life changing events take place. Vicky moved to India for work and Gabi advanced in her career and got  married to one of our guest bloggers! Our “Drink of the Month” writter / Danamarie has made a few changes this year as well, Danamarie went back to school and is now working towards getting her PTA. Also one of our guest bloggers aka Gabi’s husband also got his first e-book published ( you can find it on amazon ” View From the Shore”) ! We are extremely proud of all the work our team has put in this year and we are very happy for all of them, this New Years Eve is the perfect time to celebrate and this Rosé Raspbery Sorbet Minmosa is the perfect drink to celebrate with! What we love most about this drink is that is extremely easy to make and it tastes like a colorful celebration, it’s the perfect New Years drink! We hope you like this drink as much as we do and we hope you have a happy and safe New Years! Love always – The Travel and Treats Team  

Rosé Raspbery Sorbet Mimosas

prep 1 mintotal 1 min

author meghan

yield 8-10 servings
Ingredients

1 bottle Rosé Champagne/sparkling wine
1 pint raspberry sorbet
Fresh herbs for garnish, such as rosemary or mint (optional)





Instructions

To make one drink: Place one small scoop of sorbet into a champagne flute, top with champagne. Garnish with herbs if using. Serve immediately.
Recipe by Fox and Briar at https://www.foxandbriar.com/rose-raspberry-sorbet-mimosa/

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