A single hibiscus flower scented with a drop or two of rose water turns a simple glass of sparkling wine into a showstopper of a cocktail. Whole jarred hibiscus flowers in syrup are available at specialty stores or online.
Yield: makes 1 Cocktail
- 2 drops rose water
- <sup>1</sup>⁄<sub>2</sub> tsp. hibiscus syrup plus <a href="http://www.gourmetfoodstore.com/othergourmetfoods/Wild-Hibiscus-Flowers-in-Syrup-Wild-Hibiscus-Flower-Company-Australia-details-8689.asp">1 whole flower</a>
- Sparkling wine
- Combine rose water, hibiscus flower and syrup in a champagne flute; top with sparkling wine.
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