Millennial Pink Champagne

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Millenial Pink Champane

All the Disney craze is over all the Millennial Pink treats and things at Walt Disney World. I have to say what I was most excited for though was the Millennial Pink champagne. I made sure I got over to Amorette’s Patisserie at Disney Springs to snag one . 

My thoughts….. it was just ok. It was however absolutely adorable and the most expensive drink I think I’ve ever purchased at Walt Disney World. I didn’t know they price ahead of time so when they told me $18 I definitely had some sticker shock. The chocolate was tasty, and I like the bubbles, but I much prefer an actual bubbly Rosè. 

With all that in mind I decided it was time to create my own, and you could probably make around 4 with all the ingredients for the price one cost. It’s also much more refreshing and very tasty. 

Jenni’s Splendid Ice Cream came out with a Frosè sorbet this year and it seriously knocked my socks off it’s so good! Publix carries it, but if you can’t find it a Raspberry sorbet may do. 

Jeni's Splendid Ice Cream

Trader Joe’s Brut Rosè is a super good choice for a more affordable sparkling Rosè without breaking the bank. I was lucky they were sampling it in my store one day and I knew it would be perfect for this little idea I had. 

Trader Joes

I also grabbed some pink white chocolate coins that you use for baking at Hobby Lobby, which is when this fun cocktail idea turned into of course a Minnie Mouse Millennial Pink remake! This is super simple and delicious, and you can of course eliminate the ears if you just want a fun summer cocktail.  

Once your Rosè is chilled fill champagne glasses about 3/4 of the way full. Note: I filled them all the way up with the idea that I could place a round scoop that would stay into my glass. Haha I crack myself up, what a mess. 

Top the drink with the Frosè Sorbet, I used quite a bit so I could get the “ears” to stick in it. Be prepared for FIZZ to happen. 

Once it calms down you can add the chocolate pieces right into the sorbet. Serve and enjoy! 

It’s always fun to add a little touch of something from the parks at home! I love recreating things I love to make life a little more Magical.


1 Comment

  1. Melissa
    June 8, 2018 / 11:33 am

    Such a cute idea!! And now I need to go to Trader Joe’s!!

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