5 Prosecco cocktails to try this summer

Prosecco Cocktails

Despite the decidedly autumnal weather we’ve been having in the past week, summer has arrived so what better way to celebrate (and dull your senses to the sound of hundreds of children who suddenly no longer have a bed time) than with a nice refreshing prosecco cocktail.

Here are some of my favorites to tickle your taste buds.

Lemon Sherbet Fizz

Sherbet lemons are some of my favorite sweets and this is as close to an alcoholic sherbet lemon as you are likely to find.

Ingredients

  • Lemon Sorbet
  • Lime Cordial
  • Prosecco
  • Lemon to garnish

Method

Dollop a heaped teaspoon of sorbet into the bottom of a champagne flue and pour a dash of lime cordial over it. Top the glass up with prosecco and stir briskly. Garnish with lemon and enjoy!

Prosecco Cocktails

Death in Venice

This is the strongest of the five cocktails so one to have on hand for “emergencies”.

Ingredients

  • Campari
  • Grapefruit Bitters
  • Prosecco

Method

Put a generous dash of Campari to a champagne flute and add 4 drops of bitters. Top up with prosecco and stir lightly.

Sorrento Sparkle

We’re staying in Italy for our next cocktail and using one of my favorite (lethal) liqueurs.

Ingredients

  • Limoncello
  • Prosecco
  • Lemon to garnish

Method

Add a dash of limoncello to a champagne flute and top up with prosecco. Add lemon to garnish.

Bakewell Fizz

We’ve had sweets, and a pallet cleanser, now it’s time for desert with this cocktail inspired by my favorite pastry.

Ingredients

  • Amaretto Disaronno
  • Prosecco
  • Kirsch
  • Kirsch soaked cherry

Prosecco Cocktails

Method

Drop the cherry into the bottom of a champagne flute and add a generous dash of kirsch on top. Top with a mix of 1 part Amaretto and 3 parts prosecco.

Twinkle Cocktail

For our final cocktail we’re returning to zesty, refreshing lemon flavors.

Ingredients

  • Vodka
  • Elderflower Liqueur
  • Lemon juice
  • Prosecco
  • Lemon to garnish

Method

Pour an equal dash of lemon juice and elderflower liqueur into a champagne flute then add a very generous dash of vodka. Top with prosecco and garnish with lemon.

Premier Estates Wines

Prosecco Cocktails

With so many cocktails to make you’ll need some good prosecco to make them with! I’ve recently been trying Premier Estates Wines delicious prosecco and I would highly recommend it. It can be bought in either 75cl bottles or in individual servings and with a very reasonable price tag and fast free delivery, you just can’t go wrong.
In addition, if you’re planning a garden party this summer Premier Estates Wine have fantastic deals on sparkling wine selections which should get your party fizzing nicely.

You can visit Premier Estates Wine at their website https://www.premierestateswine.co.uk

These 5 prosecco cocktail recipes are perfect for summer garden parties and lazy afternoons in the sun.

*This post was written in collaboration with Premier Estates Wine. All views and opinions are my own.

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