- 2 ounces (60 ml) elderflower syrup
- 2 ounces (60 ml) sparkling wine (Prosecco is most commonly used)
- 1 ounce soda water
- 4-6 fresh mint leaves
- Ice cubes
- Rasberries (for garnish)
Tools & Equipment
How to Make
- In a tall wine glass or a large cocktail glass, add the mint leaves.
- Gently muddle the mint leaves to release their flavors, taking care not to tear them.
- Fill the glass with ice cubes, leaving some space at the top.
- Pour the elderflower syrup over the ice.
- Add the sparkling wine and gently stir to combine the flavors.
- Top off the glass with soda water.
- Garnish the rim of the glass with a lime or lemon wedge.
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