Amazing Champagne Punch made with addition of sorbet, simple syrup and flavored vodka. Very simple party cocktail that will bring a festive touch to any table.
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For this champagne punch, make sure to use sorbet not sherbet. Yes, there is a difference and not just in spelling and pronunciation (I may have thought it was the same until a few years ago…may have (twirls hair and looks at the ceiling)). Sorbet is made of fruit and sugar (and sometimes water) and nothing else. Sherbet is made with addition of cream. Sorbet is perfect to add to this punch bowl because as it melts, it simply adds some fruit puree and sweetness. It’s also wonderful for making individual sorbet champagne floats.
Try these sorbet flavors that will go great with citrus flavors in this punch:
Citrus (Lemon) Sorbet
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Champagne Sorbet Punch
- 750 ml bottle of champagne dry or brut, chilled
- 4 oz citrus vodka
- 2 Tbsp sugar mixed with 1 Tbsp hot water simple syrup
- 8 oz club soda chilled
- 1 lime
- 4 scoops of sorbet citrus, raspberry, mango or peach
- *Make punch right before ready to serve.*
- Make simple syrup first and mix it with vodka, add to the punch bowl.
- Slice lime thin and add to the punch bowl.
- Carefully add champagne and club soda.
- Scoop sorbet and add it to the bowl right before serving.
- When sorbet started to melt, very gently stir and pour.