Remy’s Colette Cocktail, a Special Treat for a Special Occasion

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Remy, the French-inspired fine dining restaurant on the Disney Dream and  Disney Fantasy offers some of the most luxurious dining experiences aboard any Disney Cruise Line ship. At Remy, the signature drink is the Colette Cocktail, a beverage inspired by chef Colette from Ratatouille.

Colette Cocktail

At Remy, guests dine on fine French fare from a regularly updated menu put together by internationally recognized chefs Scott Hunnel and Arnaud Lallement.

The dining room is decorated in Art Nouveau style with nods to the Pixar movie and even includes tasteful appearances of Remy, the tiny chef from Ratatouille.

The Colette Cocktail is handcrafted tableside, combining champagne and vodka and garnished with three Cassis pearls and dried pineapple cubes. 

No matter how you decide to serve this elegant drink in your home, here is the recipe:

Ingredients: 

  • 3 crème de cassis pearls
  • 1/2 ounce orange-flavored liqueur
  • 1/2 ounce vodka 
  • 4 ounces champagne
  • 2 dried pineapple cubes 

Instructions: 

  1. Place crème de cassis pearls in bottom of martini glass.
  2.  Add orange-flavored liqueur followed with vodka. Top with champagne. 
  3. Finish with dried pineapple cubes. 
Colette Cocktail

Please note that Disney Cruise Line has extended the suspension of all departures through May 2021 and Disney Magic sailings through August 10. The Disney Wish—the newest ship in the Disney Cruise Line Fleet​—is set to sail in Summer 2022. For all updates check here.

Colette Cocktail

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2 Comments

  1. Annie Long April 16, 2021Reply

    Wow, just when I was in the mood for some high-class luxury, you give me the perfect story! Ahhhh, I’m inspired to gather the ingredients for this cocktail and celebrate the warmer weather on my patio with a drink. No mice invited, but I’ll drink to the cartoon version, Slainté Remy!

  2. Liliane Opsomer April 16, 2021Reply

    Cheers!

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