Do I actually get to call this a recipe? Because… that feels like cheating. I mean, this Champagne Sorbet Float is amazing and delicious – definitely a must-try that I’m excited to share with you.
But a recipe? I’m not so sure about that…
This is not the first time I’ve decided to have my dessert and cocktail at the same time – if anything, it’s kind of a running theme starting with this Grown-up Root Beer Float, then there was the Apple Pie a la Mode Cocktail… and yup, there’s a Bailey’s Coffee Float coming up soon, too.
But this pairing of slightly bittersweet raspberry sorbet with bubbly, dry champagne is definitely a class unto itself. It presents beautifully at a party and it just has that special something that can only come from a champagne cocktail.
This recipe would work beautifully with lemon sorbet or coconut or vanilla. I don’t usually like raspberry anything, my daughter picked out this sorbet flavor so I thought I’d give it a try – and I loved it. Use your favourite flavour for the best experience.
And of course, this recipe is best enjoyed shortly after making – when the froth and bubbles are fresh. I did sip on one a while after it was made and it was still delicious, but what’s the point in having a champagne float cocktail if you don’t get some bubbles tickling your lip as you sip?
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Ingredients for Champagne Sorbet Cocktail
Scroll down to the printable recipe card for full measurements.
Tip: Substitute your favourite flavour of sorbet for the best experience.
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I really loved using my gorgeous Omishome Bartending Kit to make this recipe. The pretty bamboo holder contains all of the tools you need to make perfect cocktails, and those pretty gold tools add a touch of class to your home bar set-up.
How to Make Champagne Sorbet Float
Scoop the sorbet into your champagne glasses – we used old-fashioned glasses for easier preparation.
Pop the champagne and pour half of a small bottle (approximately 3oz) directly onto the sorbet.
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No matter what you're celebrating, these champagne sorbet float cocktails are going to make it even better - a cute and bubbly cocktail that you can customize with your favourite flavour of sorbet
- 1 small bottle of champagne (approximately 6oz)
- 4 scoops raspberry sorbet
- Scoop the sorbet into your champagne glasses - we used old-fashioned glasses for easier preparation.
- Pop the champagne and pour half of a small bottle (approximately 3oz) directly onto the sorbet.
- Enjoy immediately.
- Makes 2.
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Amount Per Serving: Calories: 294Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 24mgCarbohydrates: 63gFiber: 1gSugar: 59gProtein: 0g
Sugar, Spice and Glitter uses an auto-generate nutrition calculator. Nutrition information isn’t always accurate unless analyzed in a scientific lab, so these should be considered more of a guideline than medical information.
Is this champagne sorbet float your kind of cocktail?
For more delicious cocktail recipes, check out some of my other favorites – like my from-scratch Mai Tai Cocktail with homemade almond syrup or my grown-up root beer float cocktail.