As I sit surround by a zillion boxes with another 1,ooo more to pack, I keep letting my mind wander to the holy grail: when all this moving business is done! And what do I crave? A cocktail – der. It’s supposed to be 80+ degrees in San Francisco this week (sorry moving company) and I’m counting down the seconds until the last box is unloaded into our house and I can whip up a proper spring drink to celebrate. Only requirement is that it must involve bubbly. Preferably copious amounts. I’m currently considering any of these options.

apt34 spring cocktails

Two Lips & a Rose. This vodka-sparkling wine cocktail is perfect if I want to get a little fancy. It has the most ingredients, including a touch of rose. It’s a luxuriously decadent sip to enjoy on my new deck!

apt 34 spring cocktails

Champagne Grapefruit Sage Cocktail. This sip is sophisticated take on a grapefruit mimosa with a touch of sage for an herbal punch. I like. Since we’re buried in citrus right now and I’m a sucker for anything involving grapefruit (like our most popular cocktail ever), this little guy is looking very tempting right now.

apt34 spring cocktails

Frozen mimosas. Freeze your favorite juice, just add champagne. Genius. I’ll take two please.

What spring drink are you loving right now? I’d love to add more options to my must-try list.


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drinks via coco+kelley // shannon kirsten // glitter guide

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  1. Looks delish. I love grapefruit cocktails and I am going to try the icecubes.

  2. All of the above, please. They all look like works of art, besides delicious..

  3. That frozen mimosa idea is brilliant! Though I kind of hate to add anything to my bubbly. I like crémant de Limoux, which was invented by Dom Perignon in the Abbey of St. Hilaire, near Limoux, before he moved north to Champagne.