A classic cocktail originating in the 1920's, this was a delicate harmony between the champagne-lover and gin-connisseur. Balanced by a touch of honey and lemon, and invigorated by Honey Bubbles, let this refreshing revitalization brighten your next punch party.
2 oz London Dry Gin
0.75 oz Fresh Lemon Juice
0.5 oz Honey
1 oz Honey Bubbles Sparkling Moscato
Combine all ingredients in a mixing tin. Add ice. Shake, and strain into a martini glass or coup, or on the rocks for a longer-lasting refreshment. Top with Honey Bubbles, and garnish with a lemon peel.
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Taken from Co-founder Christiana Gifford’s hometown area code, and with the full spirit of Las Vegas nightlife martinis at its backbone, this is a true party treat. The Cachaça bears the brunt of the weight, and lends a sweet tone of tropical fruit to zesty grapefruit, chamomile syrup and a splash of passion fruit — shake, strain, sip, and repeat.
1.0 oz Brazilian Cachaça
0.75 oz Ruby Grapefruit
0.5 oz Chamomile Syrup
0.25 oz Passion Fruit Liqueur
Combine all ingredients into a mixing tin. Add ice and shake thoroughly. Double strain into a martini glass. Top with Honey Bubbles, and garnish with a grapefruit twill.
A luscious blend of sustainability and candied, boozy flavors, this is a tiki-driven creation meant to bring harmony between simple ingredients and balanced alcohol. Ginger and lavender play beautifully alongside elderflower, coriander, and mint, to give Honey Bubbles the stage as the centerpiece which brings them all together.
0.25 oz Elderflower Liqueur
0.25 oz Mint Simple Syrup
0.25 oz Rock Ginger Syrup
0.5 oz Grapefruit Juice
0.25 oz Lime Juice
1 oz Botanical Gin
1 oz Honey Bubbles
2 dashes Lavender Water
Combine all ingredients except for Honey Bubbles into a mixing tin. Shake thoroughly. Fill a collins glass halfway with crushed ice. Double strain the mixture into the collins glass. Add Honey Bubbles. Stir briefly for fizz and blending. Top with crushed ice and a Violette Liqueur float. Garnish with edible floral arrangement.
Another classic, this time hailing from the sun-soaked coast of Italy. Negronis have always been famous for their refreshing quality, low-ABV expression, and delightfully bittersweet balance. With this sparkling twist, Honey Bubbles offers a slightly sweeter and more floral counterpart to Italian aperitif, and the result is succulent and highly drinkable.
0.75 oz Italian Sweet Vermouth
0.75 oz Bitter Italian Rossa
0.75 Dry Gin
1 oz Honey Bubbles to top.
Combine all ingredients except for Honey Bubbles into a mixing glass. Add ice, and stir until delicately viscous, or until the spoon does a full turn against the ice without obvious resistance. Strain into a small rocks glass over a single cube of ice. Top with Honey Bubbles and garnish with an orange peel.
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Shareable cocktails have been a booming part of beverage culture for several years now, making a comeback alongside the myriad of boutique spirits and wines and mixers that creative bar professionals have tested in both limitation and scope. No example could be truer than this creation off the Disney Dream. Certainly focused on the aromatics and celebratory nature of Honey Bubbles itself, the creativity is both in the construction as well as the presentation of this dangerously drinkable libation.
2 oz Lillet Blanc
2 oz Ron Zacapa 23 Year Old Rum
2 oz Pineau de Charentes
Fill Porthole with Orange and Lemon Slices, Dried Apricot, Honeycomb, and Sliced Blanched Almonds.
Infusion for 6-8 hours. Pour over ice and top with Honey Bubbles. Garnish with dehydrated lemon chip and whiskey-smoked sugar.
[photo credit: The Disney Dream, 2018.]