Cocktail Recipe: Rhubard & Elderflower Bellini

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Kristin Guy: - Discover, a blog by World Market

Spring is about to make its debut, and we’re all looking for fresh inspiration to celebrate sunlit signs of life this Easter. Whether you’re planning a huge brunch spread with family or an intimate tea with friends, we’ve got the perfect update to your typical weekend sips that will have you feeling like you’re on spring break in no time.

Cocktail Recipe: Rhubard & Elderflower Bellini - Discover, A World Market Blog

Mimosas and Bellinis are popular brunch treats, and while citrus and stone fruits are beautiful accompaniments to these classics, we thought it was time to insert some spring-forward flavors into our beverage menu. We’re talking rhubarb and elderflower! Two unlikely (but equally delicious) companions that have us wondering why aren’t we doing this more often! Perfect partners!

To make this bellini balanced, choose a dry sparking wine or prosecco so your drink doesn’t become overly sweet. Rhubarb jam delivers sweet and tart complexity while the elderflower cordial has floral aromatics and a slight earthy finish. If you could bottle the fragrance of springtime, I think it would taste and smell exactly like this!

Don’t forget to pluck some fresh blooms from the garden (or the market) to dress up your seasonal masterpiece. By simply tying a mini bouquet to each glass, you’ve already set the scene for the perfect Easter celebration filled with beautiful details and thoughtful design.

Cocktail Recipe: Rhubard & Elderflower Bellini - Discover, A World Market Blog

Happy Easter everyone!

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