Next level prosecco cocktails

Three quick and easy prosecco cocktails to add some fizz to your next party. Whether you need sweet, sharp, fruity or fragrant, we have the mixed drink for you.

Points to remember:

Prosecco French 77

You'll need:

25ml elderflower cordial
25ml lemon juice
25ml gin
Ice
prosecco to top up
Mint leaves (optional)

Put the elderflower cordial, lemon juice and gin in a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake until well combined then strain into a glass. Top with prosecco and serve with a couple of mint leaves if you like.

Hedgerow royale

You'll need:

Crushed ice
50ml prosecco
25ml sloe gin
25ml cherry brandy
1 rosemary sprig

Fill a coupe glass with crushed ice and pour over the prosecco. Slowly pour the sloe gin and cherry brandy into the glass so that they sink to the bottom. Hold the rosemary sprig in the palm of your hand and clap the other hand sharply over it to lightly bruise the leaves before dropping it into the glass. Serve immediately.

Grapefruit spritz

You'll need: 

50ml grapefruit juice
25ml Aperol
Ice
50ml prosecco
Twist of grapefruit peel

Pour the grapefruit juice and Aperol into a chilled coupe glass. Add ice and gently stir to combine. Top up with the prosecco, garnish with a twist of grapefruit zest and serve immediately.

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