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Crimson Street Cobbler Cocktail in a highball glass garnished with a watermelon wedge.
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Crimson Street Cobbler

This cocktail elevates a traditional punch into something more sophisticated. By adding a dash of rosé wine, this classic is transformed into something exciting and modern.

  • difficulty-easy Intermediate
  • clock 5-7 minutes

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  • 1.25 VS
  • 0.75 dry rosé wine
  • 0.25 watermelon syrup
  • red aperitif (Amaro, Aperol® Aperitivo)
  • 0.25 lemon juice
  • Top with soda


Close up of the watermelon wedge nestled in the Crimson Street Cobbler Cocktail.
Step 1

Build all ingredients into a tin, except the soda and shake vigorously

Step 2

Pour into a Highball or Double Old Fashioned glass ½ full of cobbled or pebble ice

Step 3

Add the soda water

Step 4

Pack in extra ice

Step 5

Garnish with a watermelon slice

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