La Belle et la Bête

I tweaked a simple champagne cocktail for Disney Dinners: Beauty and the Beast. La Belle et la Bête is a mix of Chambord, a French mixed berry liqueur, and Veuve Clicquot, my favorite champagne. It’s French and fabulous and whimsical, thanks to the strawberry roses on the side.

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Shout out to my friend Rebecca for successfully carving these roses! She did a fantastic job. There are tons of video tutorials all over the internet. Just search “strawberry roses.”

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La Belle et la Bête
Strawberries for garnish
1/4 oz Chambord liqueur
Veuve Clicquot Champagne

  1. Wash and pat strawberries dry. Set strawberry on a cutting board stem side down. Use a sharp pairing knife to carve thing slices all around, never cutting all the way through, to form petals. Make a small slit through the stem and secure on the side of champagne glasses.
  2. Pour 1/4 oz Chambord liqueur in a champagne flute. Top with Veuve Clicquot.

Belle Cocktail Beauty and the Beast | The Rose Table

Belle Cocktail Beauty and the Beast | The Rose Table

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6 Comments Add yours

  1. These look so pretty! I love the rose strawberries.

    1. Thank you! Plus they were delicious when plopped in the glass. 🙂

      1. Yes! Strawberries and champagne are the perfect match.

      2. I couldn’t agree more! Do you have a favorite champagne label?

      3. To be honest, I am not really picky when it comes to wine or champagne! Lol. I have tried the Veuve Clicquot before though and it was delish.

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