Cranberry Ginger Rosemary Sparkler

Cranberry-Ginger-Rosemary-Sparkler

Cranberry Ginger Rosemary Sparkler is a refreshing boozy vodka cocktail. This fizzy delight is the perfect way to celebrate the holidays.

I’m gonna share a moment that happened between my man and I a few days ago that led me to post this recipe. I was teaching a private cocktail and cookies class as part of a virtual Christmas party. I started the class with the cocktail portion and made this Cranberry Ginger Rosemary Sparkler (pictured above). The second I was done mixing and taking my first sip, he motioned to me from behind the camera to hand him the drink.

He took a long sip and expressed to me through his eyes that he LOVED IT. I smiled at him with a face of satisfaction to let him know I was happy he liked it, all while knowing in my head I’m still in front of a class instructing. In other words… not really paying attention to his oohs and ahhs. In my distracted teachings I realized he drank the whole thing. I was like “seriously, I’m supposed to toast with the class!!” If that wasn’t enough.. he starts asking me to make him ANOTHER ONE while I’m moving on to the cookie instruction segment of the class! Who does that?

Can you imagine? “Hold on y’all…. I know this is your Christmas party I’m hosting, but let me stop to make this crazy man another drink!”

It didn’t happen, but I made him another as soon as I was done.

Ingredients for Cranberry Ginger Rosemary Sparkler:

  • 14 fresh cranberries
  • 1 tablespoon sugar
  • 1/2 lemon, juiced 
  • Rosemary
  • 4 ounces vodka
  • Ice
  • Splash of ginger ale

Directions:

  1. Add 10 cranberries, sugar, lemon juice, and a few rosemary leaves to the glass. 
  2. With a long spoon muddle cranberries. 
  3. Mix to combine until sugar dissolves. 
  4. Add in vodka. 
  5. Mix and then add ice and mix again. 
  6. Splash with ginger ale to top drink. 
  7. String the last 4 cranberries onto rosemary sprig and garnish drink. 
  8. Enjoy!

Got extra cranberries? Try my cranberry coffeecake with hibiscus glaze!

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