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6 seriously good gin and prosecco cocktails to raise a glass to!
Inspired by our fabulous sparkling Cocktail of the Month for December 2020, the gorgeous Gin Star Martini (which is a passionfruit gin martini with a shot of prosecco!), we’ve put together a list of our favourite cocktail recipes that use gin and prosecco. Prosecco does come a close second to gin when we think about our favourite tipples, after all.
For this list, we have combined prosecco and gin with the likes of lemonade, elderflower liqueur and cranberry juice. Yum!
The only question is, which one will be your favourite?
Can you mix gin and prosecco?
The short answer to this question is: Yes! You can indeed mix gin and prosecco.
The earthy, complex palate of a good London dry gin works incredibly well with the crisp, bright, white wine flavours of bubbly prosecco.
Together, they give a drinking experience that is delectably rich and elegant, bright and bubbly.
And London dry drinks aren’t the only ones that work well with the sparkles of prosecco. Pink gin and prosecco also make for a fantastic pair.
The fruitier pink gin is a delicious contrast to the delicate prosecco.
What cocktail is made from gin and prosecco?
The most common cocktail to be made from gin and prosecco is a gin and prosecco spritz.
At its most basic, a prosecco and gin spritz combines prosecco with gin and soda water, but there are many variations on this spritz cocktail, including Craft Gin Club’s Rhubarb Aperol Spritz. Find amazing spritz cocktail recipes here!
What cocktails can you make from gin and prosecco?
There are lots of cocktails with prosecco and gin out there. From ginny twists on a Mimosa or Bellini to creative “Fizz” cocktails, you can make lots of fun and delicious prosecco and gin cocktails at home.
Here are six of our favourite gin and prosecco cocktail recipes…
6 of the best prosecco and gin cocktails:
Elderflower Gin Fizz
30ml Elderflower liqueur
30ml Lemon juice
Lemon peel twists, to garnish
Pour gin, elderflower and lemon juice in a shaker and combine. Pour into champagne flutes and top with chilled prosecco. Garnish with lemon swirls and serve immediately.
Summer Berry Gin Bellini
35ml pink gin
5ml Chambord (or raspberry liqueur)
Summer berries, to garnish
Combine all ingredients in a champagne flute or a tall glass packed with ice. Garnish with summer berries.
300ml pink gin
400ml grapefruit juice
2 bottles prosecco or sparkling wine (not too sweet)
3 to 4 grapefruits
Add heaps of cubed ice to a large punch bowl or jug. Pour over your gin, juice and sparkling wine. Stir well. Slice your grapefruits into juicy wheels and add them to your punch. Garnish your glass with a further slice (or a little rosemary stem also works well here).
25ml Maraschino liqueur
Dash of almond simple syrup
Prosecco, to top up
In a mixing glass, muddle three raspberries. Pour over your gin, maraschino and almond simple syrup with ice. Stir thoroughly until well chilled. Strain into a flute and top up with prosecco. Garnish with two remaining raspberries and serve.
Sparkling Bee’s Knees
20ml lemon juice
Combine the gin, honey and lemon juice in a cocktail shaker filled with ice. Shake for 20 seconds. Strain into a coupe and top up with sparkling wine.
Cranberry Gin Fizz
50ml cranberry juice
Prosecco, to top
Fresh raspberries and cranberries, to garnish
Stir the gin and cranberry juice with lots of ice and strain into a chilled Coupe glass. Top with prosecco. Garnish, serve and enjoy. (Find the champagne version of this recipe here!)