I created this lovely champagne and sparkling wine cocktail for Valentine's Day 2009 for a well-known Chinese restaurant in Hamburg.
2 cl Malibu
2 cl melon liqueur (available as Christiansen liqueur at www.shopvonhave.de)
4 cl Ananassaft
1 Top up with Piper Heidsieck Champagne
Shake everything and fill up with cold champagne. Then decorate with a red cocktail cherry and enjoy.
It doesn't always have to be alcohol - if you prefer to stay sober on New Year's Eve, you don't necessarily have to drink water - and this drink might be a better choice.
5 cl Siegfried Wonderleaf non-alcoholic gin
2 cl lime juice
10 cl Pink Grapefruitsaft
5 cl Thomas Henry Spicy Ginger
Pour all ingredients into the glass and stir. Decorate with a lime.
As you can guess, I created this drink for our pastor - a very nice, fresh and casual drink.
3 cl Plantation Pineapple Rum
2 cl fresh lime juice
3 cl Ananassaft
Top up with cold champagne
Shake everything except champagne briefly cold and strain into a champagne glass, now carefully fill up with cold champagne.
This drink is said to have been created in 1918. Its name comes from the designation of a French artillery cannon from World War I with a 75 mm caliber. It is said to have been very accurate, just like this drink - by the way my favorite cocktail!
2 cl Gin z.B. Henderson
2 cl lemon juice. 1 cl sugar syrup
Top up with Piper Heidsieck champagne
Shake everything except champagne and strain into a chilled champagne glass without ice, carefully top up with well-chilled champagne.