Top 5 Prosecco Cocktails


1. Passion Fruit Bellini

Ingredients

1 Passion fruit
250ml chilled Prosecco or Champagne
Two tbsp orange liqueur e.g Cointreau
Method

1. Halve the passion fruit and scoop the flesh and seeds into a small sieve or tea strainer. Press with the back of a spoon to extract the juice then place in the fridge along with two Prosecco or Champagne saucers or flutes, and leave to chill.

2. Pour the Prosecco (or Champagne) into the glasses then add the liqueur and 1 tsp of the passion fruit juice into each glass – the wine will foam rapidly as the passion fruit is added.



2. Bloom Bellini

Ingredients

25ml Bloom premium London dry gin
10ml peach juice,such as Funkin Puree White Peach Cocktail Mixer
San Leo Prosecco
Method

1. Shake together the gin and peach juice with ice in cocktail shaker, pour into open glasses.

2.Top up with Prosecco and serve



3. Rhubarb and Orange Bellini

Ingredients

200g new rhubarb – choose the thinner pink stalks – cut into 2cm chunks
Zest of half an orange
75g sugar
50ml water
One segment of star anise – optional
Prosecco
Method

1. Place all the ingredients (except the Prosecco) into a saucepan and bring to a gentle simmer over a low heat and cook until the sugar is dissolved and the rhubarb is soft.

2. Strain through a fine sieve, return to the pan and simmer until reduced to a thin syrup.

3. Pour a tablespoon of the syrup into each glass and top up with Prosecco.

Recipe from fussfreeflavours.com


4. Cranberry Mint Spritzer

Ingredients

Prosecco
Vodka
Cranberry juice
Edible glitter
Fresh mint leaves
Method

1. Dip the rim of the glass in syrup, then twist the rim of the glass in red edible glitter, place ice cubes in the glass.

2. Mix one part vodka, two part cranberry juice and three parts Prosecco, add mint leaves to garnish stir and enjoy.

Recipe from milkbubbletea.blogspot.co.uk


5. The Chase Elderflower Fizz

Ingredients

Chase elderflower liqueur
Champagne or Prosecco 120 ml
Summer berries or garnish.
Method

1. Pour the champagne or Prosecco into a champagne flute or wine glass until full and add a dash of elderflower liqueur to taste.

Source: thedrinksbusiness.com

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