The Steadfast Rose

Rating (5)
“Queen Anne ruled during the marriage that became Great Britain. This is like your first piece of her iconic rose-covered china. Sip and gaze over your kingdom.”
– Leah Schoenburg
  • 1.00 oz Vodka
  • 0.25 oz fresh lemon juice
  • 0.50 oz rose syrup
  • 1 dash lemon bitters
  • 2.25 oz sparkling wine   

Garnish: 3 dried rose buds

Bar Tools: jigger or measuring cup, knife, cobbler shaker

Glass: coupe

Each box includes all ingredients including garnish. Bar tools and glassware not included but can be ordered separately.

All orders for alcohol are fulfilled by Keystone Wine and Spirits, LLC.

  1. Chill Coupe Glass by placing in fridge/freezer or by filling with ice water and setting aside for 5 minutes (optional).
  2. Cut 1 lemon in half crosswise, then squeeze the 2 halves of lemon into a cup and set aside for step 3 (note: 1 lemon will yield approximately 1.00 oz fresh lemon juice – you will only need 0.25 oz per cocktail).
  3. Measure and add all ingredients (except for sparkling wine and garnish) to Cobbler Shaker
  4. Fill shaker with ice, place top of Cobbler Shaker back on the shaker, and shake vigorously for 10 seconds.
  5. Remove Coupe Glass from fridge/freezer or if using ice water, empty the glass.
  6. Strain shaken cocktail into Coupe Glass.
  7. Top with measured amount of sparkling wine.
  8. Garnish with 3 dried rose buds.
  9. Cheers!
  • 1 Tito's Handmade Vodka (200ml bottle)
  • 1 Scrappy's Black Lemon Bitters (15ml bottle)
  • 3 Sparkling Wine (187ml bottles)
  • 1 Cocktail Courier Rose Syrup (4oz bottle)
  • 2 Fresh Lemons
  • 18 Dried Rose Buds

Sweetness Level
Adventurousness Level

Per Cocktail
6 Cocktails per order*
*Tip to bartender, Taxes & Delivery Included

Leah Schoenburg
Cocktail Courier | Chicago
Leah Schoenburg, like so many bartenders out there, went to art school, where she learned that art takes on many forms and it’s still really hard to make ...

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Reviews (5)

Lots of rose

Love the look of this cocktail. The smell is great! But the rose syrup is a little overwhelming. Still a nice drink though. I agree with another reviewer’s comment that it would make a great brunch drink.

Julie T.
Ready for brunch!?

This would make a really lovely brunch cocktail to shake things up from a plain ol’ mimosa! I don’t think I can drink a couple of these in a sitting due to the Rose syrup (it’s just not my particular jam, but may be yours!), and I think that i would remake this with a better quality sparkling wine next time. A solid entry, though!

Pearl R.

The rose syrup overpowered everything in this drink. I ended up using a third of what the recipe called for! I think the flavors in this drink are good but not well balanced.

Danielle F.
Very interesting!

Didn’t know if I’d like the rose, but it was delicious and refreshing! We both enjoyed it.

Justin L.
A Sweet Gift!

The gift was a success and very creative.

Nicole G.