Sometimes you just feel like enjoying a cold glass of bubbly.
This classic Champagne cocktail recipe includes just three ingredients.
Chilled Brut Rosé Champagne
4 Dashes Angostura Aromatic Bitters
1 Sugar Cube
Place a sugar cube in a chilled champagne glass and add four dashes of bitters. Fill the glass with chilled Brut Rosé Champagne and serve. To reduce the sweetness, use half a sugar cube. To cut a sugar cube in half, use a sharp serrated knife.
“Too much of anything is bad, but too much Champagne is just right.”Mark Twain
Sweetness Levels of Champagne
Most Brut Champagnes taste dry or off-dry with just a hint of sweetness.
|Brut Nature||Extra Brut||Brut||Extra Dry||Sec (Dry)||Demi Sec||Doux|
|Bone Dry||Very Dry||Dry||Fruity||Off-Dry||Sweet||Very Sweet|
|0-3 g/L sugar||0-6 g/L sugar||0-12 g/L sugar||12-17 g/L sugar||17-32 g/L sugar||32-50 g/L sugar||50+ g/L sugar|