Punch up your melons with floral notes. Yes, that sentence made us laugh too. Any bubbly will do, but using a light cava or prosecco will help the juice stand out more. A clover honey is preferable.
- 1 750 ml bottle prosecco (or other bubbly)
- 4 cups chopped watermelon
- 1/4 cup honey
- 1 ounce St. Germain elderflower liqueur (optional)
- 3/4 tsp rosewater
Puree watermelon and pour through a sieve to strain out any pulp. You should have about three cups of liquid. Whisk in honey, liqueur and rosewater. Pour desired amount into champagne flutes or wine glass or mason jars and top with prosecco. We use a roughly one to one ration, but two to one or three to one is fine. If you have leftover juice, you can mix it with vodka or just drink it over ice. If you have leftover bubbly, well shame on you.