"Poinsettia | Crafted Pour"

"Mimosa variant that earns its name with a flowery smell and flavor. This is a 1x cocktail of the event with Monaco Bar Services. This drink is simple yet beautiful and will be sought after if you make for your friends or at your bar. The event that earned this drink “cocktail of the event” did not actually feature the Poinsettia on the menu. Despite that, we had the ingredients and one of our guests asked me to make them something random. I realized we had everything we needed, and it ended up being the most ordered drink of the last hour! Cheers to May🥂", "undefined", "Poinsettia",

"Ingredients"

Poinsettia By , May 8, 2009 Mimosa variant that earns its name with a flowery smell and flavor. This is a 1x cocktail of the event with Monaco Bar Services.

This drink is simple yet beautiful and will be sought after if you make for your friends or at your bar. The event that earned this drink “cocktail of the event” did not actually feature the Poinsettia on the menu. Despite that, we had the ingredients and one of our guests asked me to make them something random. I realized we had everything we needed, and it ended up being the most ordered drink of the last hour! Cheers to May🥂 Mimosa variant that earns its name with a flowery smell and flavor. This is a 1x cocktail of the event with Monaco Bar Services. This drink is simple yet beautiful and will be sought after if you make for your friends or at your bar. The event that earned this drink “cocktail of the event” did not actually feature the Poinsettia on the menu. Despite that, we had the ingredients and one of our guests asked me to make them something random. I realized we had everything we needed, and it ended up being the most ordered drink of the last hour! Cheers to May🥂 Ingredients: - Dekuyper Triple Sec - Cranberry Juice Instructions: Add cranberry juice and triple sec into Boston shaker. shake and strain into wine glass or champagne flute. Fill glass (typically 3 oz) with preferably Prosecco (champagne will work as well!). Whether the cranberry and triple sec remain at the bottom or blend fully is obsolete. Both have their own characteristics that are worth trying. Pour faster to blend, slower to layer. Refreshing