CHAMPAGNE HULA RECIPE COCKTAIL
Combining Champagne and Takamaka makes a heavenly drink.
French influences seep into every aspect of the Seychellois lifestyle. It shouldn’t come as a surprise that the islanders have a taste for Champagne, as it is woven into their souls. While rum will always be the go-to-drink for the locals, a glass of the bubbly will appear at every special occasion. When that once in a lifetime event does occur, the locals will combine the two to create a heavenly drink that can be enjoyed on earth. Or in our case: in the Seychelles.
Champagne Hula Recipe Cocktail
- 30 ml of Takamaka Coconut Rum
- 30 ml pineapple juice
- 15 ml orange infused cognac
- 60 ml Champagne
- 1 dash grenadine syrup
- 1 slice of strawberry
Pour the Takamaka Coconut Rum into a cocktail shaker half-filled with ice cubes. Add the orange-infused cognac liqueur, pineapple juice, and grenadine into the shaker. Shake well, then strain into a Champagne glass. Top off with Champagne. Finally garnish with a strawberry slice on the rim, and serve.