Is it time for a Westminster Bubbly? Here are some fun royal drink recipes for those who'll be watching from home as Prince William and Kate Middleton say their vows. Cheers, mates!
Royal Wedding Cocktails
Created by Patricia Richards, Property Mixologist, Wynn & Encore Las Vegas0.75 oz. SKYY Infusions Dragon Fruit1/3 oz. Darbo Elderflower Syrup (or St. Germain Elderflower Liqueur)0.5 oz. Guava Puree (or Guava Juice)4 oz. Prosecco1 Maraschino CherryCombine SKYY Infusions Dragon Fruit, elderflower syrup and puree in champagne flute, and stir gently to combine. Slowly pour chilled Prosecco into flute and stir. Garnish with maraschino cherry.
Created by Patricia Richards, Property Mixologist, Wynn & Encore Las Vegas2.25 oz. SKYY Infusions Dragon Fruit1 oz. Fresh Lemon Juice1.25 oz. Simple Syrup*1.5 oz. Diced Long English Cucumber1 Large, Ripe, Strawberry (washed & hulled)Muddle cucumber and strawberry in cocktail shaker until the strawberry is pulverized.Add remaining ingredients and shake vigorously with ice. Strain over fresh ice into old fashioned glass. Prop slice of fresh strawberry onto rim of glass.*Combine equal parts water and sugar over medium heat and stir until sugar is completely dissolved.As an alternative, add 1.25 ounces water with 1 teaspoon sugar directly to cocktail and stir well.
Created by Joel Black, Los Angeles1.5 SKYY Infusions Dragon Fruit1 oz. Lime Juice0.25 oz. Orange Curacao0.5 oz. Roobios Tea Simple Syrup**5 Kaffir Lime Leaves1 Vanilla BeanCombine lime juice, orange curacao, simple syrup, four Kaffir lime leaves and a half inch, split portion of the vanilla bean, in cocktail shaker and muddle.Add SKYY Infusions Dragon Fruit and ice and shake vigorously for four seconds.Strain into a double old fashioned glass filled with fresh ice, and garnish with remaining kaffir lime leaf and vanilla bean.**Heat 0.5 ounces of water in sauce pan without boiling.Add one pouch of your favorite roobios tea to hot water and brew according to instructions.Remove tea pouch, and add 1.5 teaspoons of granulated sugar.Increase heat and stir until sugar is completely dissolved.Allow syrup to cool to room temperature.As a simple alternative to the simple syrup, combine 0.5 oz. of brewed tea and 1.5 teaspoons of granulated sugar and stir well.Allow tea to cool to room temperature.