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Prepare to be seduced in a passion of royal flavours. Paris Rose is famous for its subtle blending of strawberry cream and splash of vodka, regally enthroned in a slender and gracefully sculpted bottle.
We’ve chosen just half a dozen of the most irresistible cocktail mixes for you to sample, tempting you with verything from champagne to passion fruit to crème de bananas. Or try it solo with lots of ice.
A monarch among liqueurs.
Mary became Queen of Scotland when she was just 6 days old and was one of history’s most fascinating and controversial monarchs.
At a tender age of just 6, she was sent to Paris by her mother to be brought up in the French Court. Tall, slender and remarkably beautiful, she was as quick-witted as she was glamorous. With red-gold hair and amber-coloured eyes, she was the 16th century image of the sophisticated young royal. She married the Dauphin Francis, heir to French throne, in 1558 and became queen of both France and Scotland when the Dauphin succeeded his father.
At this extraordinary period in her life she had claim to the crowns of Scotland, France, England and Ireland.
Shake all ingredients with ice and strain into a highball glass. Garnish with a strawberry on the glass, and with another summer berry held on with a toothpick. Serve in the highball glass.
Pour champagne into a champagne glass. Add Paris Rose and mango juice, garnish with a sugar-dipped strawberry, and serve.
Shake and strain into an old-fashioned glass three-quarters filled with broken ice. Add lemonade, garnish with a sugar-dipped strawberry, and serve.
Pour all ingredients into a Collins glass filled with ice cubes, and stir well. Garnish with a slice of lime, and serve.
Blend ingredients in a blender with one cup of ice until smooth. Pour into a large red wine glass. Garnish with a strawberry, and serve.
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IGA X-press Plus Liquor Goonellabah, Rous Rd, NSW, 2480 ABN 61 100 950 587 Liquor Licence LIQP700356340
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By itself or as a mixer for some fabulous cocktails Paris Rose is a definite keeper for your drinks cabinet. One suggestion as an introduction to its charms - ads a measure to a class of sparkling muscato for an instant cocktail winner. Greg Smith on 29th Apr 2013