Sparkling Rhubarb & Flower Cocktail

I'm seeing a pattern here. The common ingredient in all of my favorite cocktails is St. Germain. It's just so classy and so delicious. Now that the sun is starting to show its face again around these parts, Spring feels closer than ever and I want everything floral. Lucky for me, I can have my flowers and drink them too. (Oh, and you as well, which is why I'm sharing the recipe.)

What you'll need:
 - 1 ½ oz. Art in the Age Rhubarb Tea
 - 1 ½ oz. St. Germain
 - Tonic Water
 - Ice
 - A sprig of Rosemary and a slice of grapefruit, plus more to garnish

Muddle the grapefruit and rosemary in the bottom of a shaker. If you don't have a muddler, a wooden spoon will work just fine. Add ice followed by a shot of Rhubarb Tea and a shot of St. Germain. Shake and strain over ice. Add tonic water. Garnish to your liking and enjoy!

Simple, elegant, and refreshing. Now if only it would stay warm so I can enjoy one of these drinks while also working on my tan. Okay, who am I kidding, I don't get tan. It would be nice to sit outside anyway though. Drink responsibly!



  1. This looks completely divine. Pinning immediately :]

    1. It's definitely one of my favorites. It's not overbearing at all, it's understated and elegant!

  2. Um, YUM! I love rhubarb. I used to pick it out of our garden when I was little and eat it raw!

    1. That sounds amazing! I've never tried it raw, I guess I'll have to try it.