Bubbly Gingered Pear

Bubbly Gingered Pear Champagne Cocktail: You’re going to LOVE it!

When celebrating life’s special moments or adding a touch of elegance to an ordinary day, few cocktails rival the bubbles and luxury of champagne. Why settle for ordinary when you can elevate the experience further with a delightful Bubbly Gingered Pear?

You’ll encounter sensory pleasures even before the first sip of the champagne cocktail. First, the sound of the pop of the cork. Then, the tiny bubbles tickle your nose, sending champagne and a hint of ginger and pear aromas into the air.

Bubbly Gingered Pear
Bubbly Gingered Pear

Imagine the irresistible combination of champagne mixed with the subtle warmth of ginger and the sweet, fruity notes of pear liqueur. This delightful concoction promises to awaken your senses and leave you craving more. Discover the magic of mixing ginger and pear liquors into your Champagne cocktail.

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Ingredients you’ll need to make a Bubbly Gingered Pear

Bubbly Gingered Pear Ingredients
Bubbly Gingered Pear Ingredients
  1. Champagne
  2. Ginger Liqueur
  3. Pear Liqueur
  4. Simple Syrup, optional

Tips

Need to know what champagne to buy? I am not a champagne connoisseur. I’ve tried expensive champagnes like Dom Pérignon, Jouet, and Veuve Clicquot. But I tend to stay under $15 a bottle to create a champagne cocktail. Sweet champagnes are my preference, but until recently, I didn’t know that Brut meant unsweet and Extra Dry sweet. As you can see from the photo, I settled on Korbel Extra Dry.

I recently discovered Drillaud while browsing in the liquor store. To my surprise, there are at least 2 dozen fruit-flavored Drillaud liqueurs. I can’t help but buy a different flavor every time I stop in. They are an excellent brand for fruit-flavored liqueurs.

If you prefer a sweeter cocktail, include the simple syrup.

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How to make a Bubbly Gingered Pear

Begin by chilling your champagne glasses in the freezer for a few minutes. A chilled glass will help preserve the bubbles and enhance the drinking experience.

Pour the ginger and pear liqueurs into a champagne flute or coupe glass. Top it off with no more than 5 ounces of champagne and stir gently. 

Garnish each cocktail with a thinly sliced piece of fresh pear, pineapple or some blueberries for an extra visual appeal and flavor.

Note

It would be best if you had champagne flutes or coupe glasses that are 8 ounces or less. The larger the flute or coupe, the less the recipe will fill your glass. More champagne also changes the taste of the cocktail.

Bubbly Gingered Pear
Bubbly Gingered Pear

In the world of cocktails, innovation knows no bounds, and the marriage of champagne with ginger and pear liqueurs is a testament to that creative spirit. Whether marking a special occasion or simply looking to elevate your everyday indulgence, this champagne cocktail promises to delight and impress your family and friends.

So, gather your ingredients, raise your glass, and toast to the pleasures that await. Cheers to sophistication, cheers to indulgence, and cheers to the timeless allure of champagne cocktails infused with ginger and pear liquors!

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Bubbly Gingered Pear

Bubbly Gingered Pear Champagne Cocktail: You’re going to LOVE it!

When celebrating life's special moments or adding a touch of elegance to an ordinary day, few cocktails rival the effervescence and luxury of champagne. Why settle for ordinary when you can elevate the experience further with a delightful Bubbly Gingered Pear?
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Prep Time 5 minutes
Course Drinks
Cuisine Italian
Servings 1 Drink

Ingredients
  

  • .5 Ounce Ginger Liqueur
  • .5 Ounce Pear Liqueur
  • .5 Ounce Simple Syrup Optional
  • 5 Ounces Champagne
  • Chilled Champagne flute
  • A slice of pear, pineapple or a few blueberries for garnish, optional

Instructions
 

  • Pour the Ginger and Pear Liqueurs and simple syrup (optional) into a chilled champagne flute
  • Top it off with the Champagne and stir gently
  • Garnish with a slice of pear, pineapple, or a few blueberries, optional
Keyword Bubbly Gingered Pear, Easter Champagne Cocktails, Ginger Pear Champagne Cocktail, Mother’s Day Cocktail, New Year’s Eve Cocktail, Romantic Champagne Cocktail, Sparkling Ginger Pear Cocktail, Valentine’s Day Cocktail
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One Comment

  1. Sounds delicious. Thanks for clearing things up for me did not know the meaning of Brut and Extra Dry.

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