10 prosecco cocktails you can make in minutes

Prosecco is great on its own but it also benefits from the addition of other carefully chosen ingredients. Try our bubbly cocktail recipes – they're ideal for a party.

A selection of prosecco cocktails in glasses with garnishes

Prosecco's light flavour and delicate fizz make it an ideal candidate for imaginative mixing. Try the following ideas for blending sophisticated party drinks.

Our video guide to making prosecco cocktails should help you hone your skills… 

Our top 10 prosecco cocktails...

1. Prosecco royale 

Prep: 5 mins
Serves: 1

Mix one part crème de cassis with 1 tbsp lemon juice and top with three parts prosecco. Skewer a couple of blueberries onto a sprig of thyme and drop into the glass to serve. 

2. Rose-ecco

Prep: 5 mins
Serves: 1

Invented by Sophie Dahl. Fill a glass with prosecco, then drizzle in 1 tbsp rose syrup and allow it to trickle down to the bottom.

3. Bakewell fizz 

Prep: 5 mins
Serves: 1

Put a kirsch-soaked cherry at the bottom of a champagne flute and add 1 tbsp kirsch. Top with one part Disaronno amaretto and three parts prosecco. 

4. Hibiscus prosecco 

Prep: 5 mins
Serves: 1

Put a hibiscus flower (available from lakeland.co.uk and some supermarkets) and 1 tbsp of its syrup in the bottom of a glass, then pour over prosecco. Don't discard the flower – it tastes of raspberry and rhubarb.

5. Pear prosecco

Prep: 5 mins
Serves: 1

Mix 1 tbsp sugar with ½ tsp ground cinnamon in a small dish. Decorate the rim of a champagne flute by dipping it into a saucer of water then dipping it into the sugar mixture. Pour 1 tbsp ginger syrup from a jar of stem ginger into the glass, then top with equal quantities of pear juice and prosecco. Garnish with a slice of stem ginger.

6. Spagliato

Prep: 5 mins
Serves: 1

A relation of the negroni. Mix four parts prosecco, one part sweet vermouth (such as Martini Bianco) and one part Campari. Serve with a twist of orange zest.

7. Raspberry prosecco bellini

Prep: 5 mins
Serves: 1

Pour one part raspberry liqueur into a champagne flute, then add a sprig of fresh basil. Top with four parts prosecco and serve. 

8. Forager's fizz

Prep: 5 mins
Serves: 1

Pour a splash of sloe gin into a champagne flute and add a blackberry or two, then top up with prosecco.

9. Prosecco pomander

Prep: 5 mins
Serves: 1

Combine the juice of one clementine with one part Cointreau and three parts prosecco in a champagne glass or tumbler. Garnish with a sprig of rosemary and a slice of clementine studded with cloves. 

10. Prosecco French 77

Prep: 5 mins
Serves: 1

For a spin on this classic, pour one part elderflower cordial, one part lemon juice and one part gin into a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake until well combined, then strain into a tall glass. Top with prosecco and serve with a twist of lemon and a couple of mint leaves. 

More prosecco cocktail recipes

Prosecco & elderflower cocktail
Hedgerow royale
Apple prosecco punch
Aperol spritz
Sloe royale
Grapefruit spritz
Pomegranate rosemary spritzer
Lemon & elderflower fizz

Still looking for inspiration? Try some more of our prosecco recipes.

Make sure you check out our prosecco taste test, so you know the best bottles to buy

What's your favourite way to serve prosecco? Do you prefer to keep things simple or jazz up your drink with a splash of colour? Share your ideas and tips in the comments below...
 

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dshljc44
22nd Jul, 2018
A splash of Tanquerey Pur, squeeze of lime, topped with Prosecco. My favourite x
Fit lass
29th Sep, 2017
Add a shot of Peach Schnapps and a dash of Grenadine to Prosecco, I had this at a wedding where they called it "Bridesmaid's Blush", it's absolutely delicious! I also like Prosecco with Chambord.
monpas1977
25th Oct, 2015
While the first statement is quite questionable (given that Champagne's notes from Piniot Noir/Meunier are much smoother than the average - genuine - Prosecco), it is interesting that the article does not mention the "Spritz" ...which is one of the easiest, tastiest and most refreshing drinks with a Prosecco component.
FiBees
26th Jun, 2015
We discovered that ice cold Prosecco with a small tot of Toffee Vodka put into the glass first was THE most delicious drink we had ever had. (The good toffee vodka made in Cumbria) I don't like sweet drinks but this is nectar! So, after much deliberation, we called it Sticky Russian.
sandro1
12th Feb, 2015
The classic 'Pirlo' from Brescia, Italy gives you 2 great options: Prosecco with Campari or a sweeter option, Prosecco with Aperol. Both delicious aperitivi.
craftmaven2005
19th Dec, 2014
I put a small amount of sorbet in the bottom of a champagne glass, then fill with Prosecco. It's dessert and a drink! Delicious! For New Years, I will be pouring a lovely cherry meade (made by my husband) over chocolate sorbet.
marycross
19th Dec, 2014
I haven't tried it yet but someone told me the other day about putting a bit of sloe gin in a Prosecco, I will be trying it!
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