What should I mix St Germain with?

Light, fruity or botanical flavors pair well with St Germain, like white wine, citrus, vodka, gin, and champagne.

What do you mix with elderflower liqueur?

Elderflower liqueurs are delicately flavoured, aromatic and floral. Elderflower mixes brilliantly with pretty much every spirit, both white and brown, even combining well with the strong flavours of Islay whisky and mezcal. Elderflower tends to mix better with light coloured fruits such as pear, apple and white grapes.

Can you drink St Germain by itself?

CAPSULE REPORT: This splendid liqueur may be made from Alpine elderflowers, but any expert would call out “lychee!” Elderflower liqueur (elderflower cordial) makes simply superb sipping by itself, but with a splash of Champagne or club soda, it’s a summer cocktail. We poured it over fruit and sorbet.

How long does an open bottle of St-Germain last?

six months
Don’t hold on to your St-Germain forever. Since it’s made without preservatives, a bottle should be finished within six months. Looking for an easy and tasty cocktail?

How do you enjoy elderflower liqueur?

You can drink elderflower liqueur on the rocks, add it to sparkling water, sparkling wine or white wine, and – our favorite way to use it – in COCKTAILS!

What goes with elderflower cordial?

Mint and cucumber is a classic refreshing flavour combination, and it’s even better when combined with your own elderflower cordial and a glug of white wine.

Is St-Germain a Catholic saint?

Germain (Latin: Germanus; c. 496 – 28 May 576) was the bishop of Paris and is venerated as a saint in both the Catholic Church and the Eastern Orthodox Church….Germain of Paris.

Saint Germain of Paris
Feast 28 May

Should I keep St-Germain in the fridge?

There’s no need to refrigerate or freeze hard liquor whether it’s still sealed or already opened. Hard liquors like vodka, rum, tequila, and whiskey; most liqueurs, including Campari, St. Germain, Cointreau, and Pimm’s; and bitters are perfectly safe to store at room temperature.