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Prosecco & elderflower cocktail

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Prep: 25 mins plus freezing, no cook

Easy

Serves 4

This floral Prosecco and vodka cocktail, with edible flower ice cubes, is the perfect end to a Eurovision Song Contest party

Nutrition and extra info

Nutrition: per cocktail

  • kcal135
  • fat0g
  • saturates0g
  • carbs12g
  • sugars12g
  • fibre0g
  • protein0g
  • salt0g
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Ingredients

    For the ice cubes

    • 8 edible flowers (such as violets or rose petals)
    • 200ml cold jasmine tea
    • 1 tsp orange blossom honey
    • 25ml elderflower cordial
    • juice 1 grapefruit
      Grapefruit

      Grapefruit

      grape-froot

      Named for the fact that the fruits grow in grape-like bunches, grapefruits are the largest…

    • 75ml vodka
      Vodka

      Vodka

      vod-ka

      Originally associated with Russia, Slavonic, Baltic and Scandinavian countries, vodka has become…

    • 300ml prosecco
      Prosecco

      Prosecco

      proh-sekk-oh

      Bubbling Prosecco is now one of the UK’s most popular alcoholic drinks. Not all varieties…

    • extra ice cubes

    Method

    1. Before the Contest, freeze the 8 edible flowers in 8 ice cubes, if you like.

    2. Pour the jasmine tea into a cocktail shaker with the orange blossom honey, elderflower cordial, grapefruit juice and vodka. Add a handful of (normal) ice cubes and shake well.

    3. Strain into 4 tall glasses. Divide the Prosecco between the glasses, then add extra ice and the flowery ice cubes (if using).

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