The 50 Shades of Rose cocktail at Fleming’s is simple and sexy

Fleming’s‘ 50 Shades of Rosé is indulgent in all the right ways (and none of the wrong ones).
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Sabrina Chapman

How about a super-simple cocktail perfect for that spring-summer romance?

Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar offers 50 Shades of Rosé ($10). Named after one of the hottest pop-culture phenomenons of the decade (rumor even has it a blockbuster movie is in the works), this libation is an effervescent sex bomb.

Sweet orange and melon from Lillet Rosé, wild elderflower from St-Germain and delicate fresh raspberries combine for an aphrodisiac aroma that lives up to its name.

Served in a coupe glass—which, legend has it, was modeled after Marie Antoinette’s bosom—and only 99 calories, this cocktail is indulgent in all the right ways (and none of the wrong ones). –Sabrina Chapman

50 Shades of Rosé


2 oz. Lillet Rosé

¾ oz. St-Germain


raspberry (garnish)

Method: Add ingredients to a mixing glass with ice. Stir and strain into coupe glass. Top with splash of soda and garnish with raspberry.

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