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Cornish Arancello from Atlantic Distillery, cranberry juice and champagne make up this poinsettia recipe. Ruby red in colour, it's named after the festive poinsettia flower. 

Poinsettia Pour

Our take on a poinsettia cocktail uses limes and a dash of sugar, shaken with arancello and cranberry juice, topped with champagne and a twist of lime peel to serve. 


25ml Cornish Arancello
35ml Cranberry juice
1/2 juice of a lime
10ml Gomme/sugar syrup
Champagne (we use Laurent Perrier)
Cocktail shaker


Served in a martini glass

  1. Fill a cocktail shaker with ice.
  2. Add arancello, cranberry and lime juice.
  3. Shake hard. 
  4. Double strain into a martini glass
  5. Top glass with champagne
  6. Garnish with a twist of lime
Poinsettia Lime

Atlantic Distillery

We would struggle to get more local than the Atlantic Distillery. It's located just a couple of miles away from Watergate Bay on a farm in Newquay. On their smallholding, the team grow fruit and fresh herbs which will often inspire the next small batch bottle of flavoured gin and liqueurs.