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  • Camille Styles

    Easter Drink Recipe: Lillet Rose Spring Cocktail from Martha Stewart

  • Samantha McLean

    lillet rose spring cocktail with edible flowers. Perfect for someones bridal shower

  • Elizabeth Dodd

    Lillet Rose Spring Cocktail Recipe - Lillet Rose, a fortified-wine blend of Sauvignon Blanc and Muscatel has the aroma of flowers and ripe berries. Made with Lillet Rose, ruby grapefruit, gin and edible flower blossoms - Martha Stewart Recipes

  • Tanya Young

    Lillet Rose Spring Cocktail - These cocktails are so pretty for any party with their cute edible flowers.

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~ Lillet Rose Cocktail ~ Yield: 2 cocktails Ingredients 6 oz. Lillet Rouge 2 oz. Peach liqueur 3 oz. freshly squeezed lemon juice 2 thin lemon slices (optional) fresh thyme sprigs (optional) Instructions Combine all ingredients (except lemon slices an thyme sprigs) in a cocktail shaker filled with ice. Shake ingredients and then strain into chilled cocktail glasses. Garnish with a thin slice of lemon or thyme sprigs if desired.

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