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Big Spender Cocktail

Here’s an adaptation of a bubbly celebration drink from American mixology pioneer Dale DeGroff. It combines añejo tequila, blood orange juice, aromatic Clément Créole Shrubb liqueur, and a top-up with sparkling rosé. What to buy: Blood orange juice is available at well-stocked grocery stores and online. Clément Créole Shrubb liqueur, from Martinique, is made up of a blend of rums flavored with spices and orange. We featured this recipe in our Drinks Around the World for New Year’s Eve story.

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Easy to make cocktail drinks and snacks for your next party

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Easy to make cocktail drinks and snacks for your next party

Ingredients

number of servings
1
  • 34 ounce añejo tequila Added to
  • 34 ounce blood orange juice Added to
  • 12 ounce clément créole shrubb liqueur Added to
  • ice cream Added to
  • 112 ounce sparkling rosé wine Added to
  • orange twist Added to
  • orange zest Added to
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Directions

5 min.
1. Step

Combine the tequila, blood orange juice, and liqueur in a bar glass with ice; stir to chill.

2. Step

Strain into a chilled champagne glass and top with the sparkling rosé. Garnish with an orange twist and a flamed orange zest (if using) and serve.

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