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July 1, 2020

Enjoy a Chill Summer with KORBEL Ice Cream

KORBEL California Champagne with two bowls of ice cream

Want to know our favorite way to celebrate the 4th of July? With America’s favorite California champagne, KORBEL Brut, of course! Switch things up this year and instead of just sipping on your bubbly, whip up some KORBEL ice cream and garnish it with fresh fruit for an Independence Day dessert that’s sure to wow. This refreshing red, white, and blue snack is perfect for any neighborhood cook out or relaxing evening in. Plus, it’s easy to make—which means more time to watch fireworks! You can even get creative in how you serve this dessert, with ice cream cones, decorative bowls, and champagne flutes—all fun options. Don’t forget to elevate your flavors with fresh fruit garnishes. And if ice cream isn’t your thing, a glass of KORBEL Brut makes a great addition to a bowl of strawberry sorbet or pistachio gelato!

KORBEL Ice Cream

Ingredients

1 glass of KORBEL Brut
1 lemon
1 tub of whipped cream
1 cup of milk
2 heaped tablespoons of caster sugar
Two egg yolks
Blueberries and strawberries to garnish

Instructions

Scrape lemon rind into a saucepan. Then add in milk, caster sugar, and two egg yolks.
Stir on medium heat until the mixture begins to boil. Then let cool and sieve out the lemon rind. Add the cooled mixture to a freezable container. Next, pour in your KORBEL, add whipped cream, and stir. Then freeze the mixture for two hours. After the two hours are up, remove the container and stir the mixture. Repeat this step again in an hour. In total, let your ice cream freeze for approximately 8 hours before serving. When ready, scoop your ice cream into a bowl, cone, or champagne flute. Then garnish with fresh fruit.

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