This light and fruity Hibiscus Vodka Cocktail is simple and delicious! A Hibiscus Mint pop sits in each cocktail, releasing a floral and sweet taste as you continue to sip. Impressive to serve for friends or to enjoy something out of the ordinary.
Using a GoodPop Hibiscus Mint pop with Tito’s Handmade Vodka and bubbly prosecco makes this poptail fruity, light and delicious. It’s a vodka cocktail that impresses anyone, whether for a Summer BBQ or New Year’s Eve party!
When I lived in New York City, there was an infamous spot in Downtown named Loopy Doopy. The rooftop bar was not only located in a nice hotel in Wall Street, but was famous for the cocktails to be had. They served a simple drink with only champagne and a popsicle inside. The flavor of the pop would melt into the bubbly and create a flavor - and obviously look super fun!
Those simple cocktails serve as inspiration for this celebratory Hibiscus Vodka Cocktail. It’s great for serving at a gathering or for enjoying something different from the usual!
This recipe is:
- 4 Ingredients
What is a Poptail?
This cocktail is what my friends at GoodPop and I love to call a poptail. That is a combination of a cocktail with the fun frozen treat of popsicles!
My friends at GoodPop have their delicious organic frozen novelties that are made with clean, plant-based ingredients. The Hibiscus Mint pop adds so much flavor in this poptail! I love keeping GoodPops at my house because they are dairy free, gluten free, have real fruit AND are so delicious! You can find a store near you that sells GoodPops.
- Tito’s Handmade Vodka - Using vodka in this poptail helps make it a little different than just a prosecco poptail. I like using Tito’s Handmade Vodka for my vodka cocktails because it’s gluten-free and at a great value!
- Prosecco - This adds the bubbly texture to this poptail. Substitute for cava or champagne! For a low ABV cocktail, use sparkling water or sparkling apple juice.
- GoodPop Hibiscus Mint Pop - This pop gives the cocktail its added flavor! I love the way that the pop melts into the bubbly cocktail and gives it more flavor as it melts. I prefer using GoodPop’s popsicles because they’re gluten-free, dairy-free and made of real ingredients - my whole motto!
GoodPop’s Hibiscus Mint pop is my favorite to use in this cocktail because it adds a citrusy sweetness to balance out the flavors of the prosecco and vodka. You can always use their Strawberry, Strawberry Lemonade, Watermelon Agave, or even Twin Pops flavors as a substitute!
The best cocktails are the easiest ones, like this one!
First, you pour a shot of vodka. The more vodka you’d like to use, the stronger the cocktail.
Next, top off the cocktail with prosecco. I like to pour the cocktail to the top, but you can add as much or little as you or the drinker wants.
For the final step, add a GoodPop Hibiscus Mint Pop and a fresh mint leaf (optional).
Frequently asked questions
Hibiscus has a pomegranate or cranberry-like taste with earthy notes. Think of it as floral and tart.
Hibiscus pairs well with lavender, mint, rosemary and thyme.
Hibiscus is a part of a flowering plant. It is often used in a variety of African, Latin American and Caribbean cuisines.
More Cocktails to Try
- Elderflower Prosecco Cocktail
- Spiked Vodka Lemonade with Kiwi
- Strawberry Basil Vodka Cocktail
- Watermelon & Blueberry Vodka Smash
For more poptail recipes using GoodPop, check out the many recipes on the GoodPop website.
Hibiscus Vodka Prosecco Cocktail
- 1.5 Ounces Tito’s Handmade Vodka
- 6 Ounces Prosecco
- 1 GoodPop Hibiscus Mint Pop
- 1-2 Mint Leaves
Add Tito’s and prosecco to a large stemmed wine glass.1.5 Ounces Tito’s Handmade Vodka, 6 Ounces Prosecco
Garnish with mint leaves and add GoodPop Hibiscus Mint pop.1 GoodPop Hibiscus Mint Pop, 1-2 Mint Leaves
- Let pop dissolve while drinking your poptail!
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