Raspberry Rose Champagne Float

Raspberry Rose Champagne Float

Love is in the air with the Raspberry Rose Champagne Float. Celebrate this season with this delicious boozy float made with champagne, rose water and raspberry sorbet.

I partnered with Bomshbee to make the Raspberry Rose Champagne Float! Recipe and ideas are my own.

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Raspberry Rose Champagne Float

The Perfect Cocktail For Valentine’s Day

Whether you’re enjoying the special day with a loved one or getting the gals together to watch romantic comedies, the Raspberry Rose Champagne Float is the perfect treat to enjoy for the occasion! Plus, it combines a cocktail with dessert giving you the best of both worlds.  

The Raspberry Rose Champagne Float is light, bright, and oh so pretty. Made with only three ingredients, it’s a boozy spin on an ice cream float. P.S Don’t forget to grab this gorgeous glass from Bomshbee to make this libation stand out even more.

What’s a Champagne Float?

A champagne float is a fun and boozy treat that’s a cross between a dessert and a cocktail. Made with just a few ingredients, this fun treat is deliciously simple to make! There are many different ways to to make your own champagne float and you can even use vanilla ice cream if you desire. Personally, I prefer the taste and texture of sorbet mixed with the effervescent champagne. If there’s one thing that’s certain, make sure you enjoy these icy treats quickly!

Raspberry Rose Champagne

Ingredients for the Raspberry Rose Champagne Float

Just three ingredients for this fantastically fresh treat? Sign me up! Find out what I used to make the Raspberry Rose Champagne Float and if there are any additional substitutes you can exchange. 

  • Raspberry sorbet: Refreshing and light, sorbet is such a fun element to this cocktail. Pick up your favorite brand like Häagen-Dazs or Talenti from your local grocery store. You can substitute sorbet for a fruity flavored ice cream. 
  • Champagne: Pair the sorbet with something bubbly, I used champagne but feel free to substitute this for prosecco or sparkling rosé!
  • Rose water: A few drops of food grade rose water adds the floral notes to this float. I used Cortas Rose Water
  • Raspberries and dried rosebuds: Garnish this gorgeous cocktail with some gorgeous ingredients like fresh raspberries and dried rosebuds. You can order edible dried rose petals online here or from your local supermarket.
Raspberry Rose Champagne Float

What Glassware Should I Use For a Float?

You’ll definitely want to pair this amazing and delicious float with some exciting glassware. For this recipe, I used the Bomshbee Chandelier Kalos glass. It’s one of my favorites from their collection, but to be honest it’s so hard to choose one because of how gorgeous and versatile all of Bomshbee’s glassware is! You can also serve a float in a wine glass, double old fashioned glass or champagne glass! Check out their exquisite collection of drinkware here. I love that you can utilize these pretty glasses for other purposes too. Use them for dips, dressings, and desserts!

Bomshbee’s glassware is perfect to use for a special occasion like Valentine’s Day or for your next dinner party. BTW Bombshebee’s glasses are dishwasher safe!

Raspberry Rose Champagne Float

How to Make the Raspberry Rose Champagne Float

To make this refreshing float grab your three ingredients and your gorgeous glassware from Bomshbee and get started!

To start, scoop the raspberry sorbet and add it to your glass. Then, pour the champagne (or prosecco) over the sorbet. Next, drop a few droplets of the rosewater into the champagne. Top your creation with fresh raspberries and dried rosebuds and enjoy immediately!

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Raspberry Rose Champagne

This Raspberry Rose Champagne Float is made with raspberry sorbet, champagne, rose water, and topped with raspberries and dried rosebuds for a lovely dessert cocktail.
Prep Time5 minutes
Total Time10 minutes
Course: Dessert, Drinks
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Champagne Float, Valentine’s Day Cocktail
Yield: 1


  • Glass


  • 3 scoops raspberry sorbet
  • 6 oz champagne
  • 3 drops rose water
  • Raspberries and dried rosebuds


  • Add raspberry sorbet to a large glass.
  • Pour champagne over the sorbet. Drop rosewater onto the champagne.
  • Top with raspberries and dried rosebuds and enjoy immediately.

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