Raspberry and Rose Fizz Cocktail Recipe

Raspberry Rose Fizz Cocktail

Introducing the Raspberry and Rose Cocktail, an enchanting offering that combines the elegance of champagne with the distinctive charm of English rose drops, topped off with a silky foam crafted from soy lecithin. This cocktail is a testament to the innovation and artistic flair of modern mixology, designed to delight the senses and offer an unforgettable drinking experience.

The inclusion of English rose drops is particularly significant, as the rose has a storied history in the culinary world, especially in the UK. Historically, roses were highly esteemed not just for their beauty and fragrance but also for their culinary versatility. Rose water and rose extracts have been used in British cooking and confectionery since the medieval times, celebrated for their ability to impart a delicate, floral flavor that is both refined and refreshing. The use of roses in culinary applications reflects a long-standing tradition of utilizing floral essences in British gastronomy, making them a symbol of heritage and natural elegance.

The Raspberry and Rose Cocktail pays homage to this tradition by weaving the subtle, aromatic qualities of English rose drops into the fabric of a modern cocktail. This drink is perfect for sophisticated palates and those who appreciate a cocktail that tells a story, combining historical culinary elements with contemporary mixology techniques. Whether served in a chic cocktail bar or at a cutting-edge mixology event, this cocktail stands out as a modern classic, inviting connoisseurs to savor a piece of culinary history in every sip.


Raspberry & Rose Fizz Cocktail Recipe

Special Ingredients Europe
A simple champagne cocktail finished with a light fresh raspberry and rose foam and Crackle Crystals to give an extra kick of fizz. This is very simple to prepare but adds a wow factor and flair to serving drinks to a party.
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Prep time 10 minutes
Course Cocktails
Cuisine Molecular
Servings 1 1


Raspberry & Rose Foam



  • In each champagne flute place a drop of English Rose Food Flavouring in the base of the glass and then drop in a fresh raspberry.
  • Pour the champagne into the glass.

Raspberry & Rose Foam

  • Place all the ingredients together in a blender and blitz for a minute to combine.
  • Now angle the head of a stick blender so that it is partially submerged in the liquid and blend to produce a light airy foam.

To Serve

  • When ready to serve spoon the raspberry foam off the top of the liquid and add to the top of the cocktail. Sprinkle a pinch of the Crackle Crystals over the foam and serve.
Keywords Champagne, Crackle Crystals, English Rose Food Flavouring Drop, Fresh Raspberries, Lecithin Powder, lemon juice, Water
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