A total riff off of the Champagne Cocktail, this next little beauty adds the sugar back to a brut Rosé by way of a blue curaçao-soaked sugar cube. Remember that sparkling Rosé reacts to the sugar in a dramatic way, so when making this drink, pour the Rosé in slowly until it fills half the glass, wait a second, and then pour the rest of the way. We call this one the Show Stopper; one look at it will show you why.
Holly's Orignial Series
1 dash of Blue Curaçao
2 ounces of Rosé
1 dash of Benedictine
Place a sugar cube in a Champagne flute. Pour in a dash of curaçao. Slowly add the Rosé. Cap with Benedictine.