Black velvet

Prep: 5 mins


Add some sparkle to your Guinness this St Patrick's Day with a splash of Champagne

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  • Guinness
  • Champagne



    A sparkling wine and name of the most northerly wine region in France. Most Champagnes are a…


  1. Half fill Champagne flutes with Guinness, then slowly top them up with chilled Champagne.

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Comments (4)

mousematt's picture

Using cava - great idea- totally agree.
I would use Mackeson as well, it would be a shame to dilute real Guinness.
You could, as I have, invest in two glasses and keep the champagne and Guinness separate so you can enjoy them.

mrsfigg's picture

I would use cava, it iwould be a shame to dilute real champagne.

nanoucoute's picture

As any one tried this as i have just move to ireland and want to impress all my irish friends !!

myfanwy's picture

Whaaw! This looks good :D

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