As next month is National Prosecco Day, our creative team has compiled a list of the best Gin Prosecco Cocktails for you all to make to commemorate the day (Tuesday, August 13). Join the Think Gin Club today for exclusive craft gins on a monthly, bimonthly or quarterly basis, as well as cocktail recipes, tonic water, gin gifts and more. Find out more about the club now!
With so many prosecco gin cocktail recipes out there, here is a definitive list of the top cocktails to prepare for the day!
This Sloe Royale cocktail will certainly improve your Tuesday!
Make sure to serve with edible glitter for that extra sparkle.
50ml Sloe Gin
300ml Chilled Prosecco
Divide the gin between 2 champagne flutes and top up each with 150ml of prosecco.
Before filling the glasses, add a sprinkle of edible glitter to each flute.
The Millionaire’s Martini
This classy cocktail is the best way to celebrate prosecco National Prosecco Day!
Make sure to chill your coupe glass for the best taste.
40ml Dry Vermouth
Lemon Twist to Garnish
Pour the gin and vermouth into an ice-filled mixing glass and stir until cold. Strain and pour into a chilled coupe glass. Top up with prosecco and serve with a lemon twist.
A Lemon Twist
Enjoy a touch of France with this flavoursome gin prosecco cocktail
Make sure to serve with a lemon twist for the best look.
15ml Elderflower Cordial
15ml Lemon Juice
Place a handful of ice into a cocktail shaker. Pour in the gin, elderflower cordial and lemon juice. Shake well to chill, then pour into a coupe glass. Slowly top up with prosecco.
A twist of lemon peel.
This gin prosecco cocktail is the best way to kick off National Prosecco Day!
Make sure not to burn your toast!
20ml Lemon Juice
Tiny Triangle of Toast
A spoonful of Orange Marmalade
Pour the gin, Cointreau, lemon juice and marmalade into a cocktail shaker. Stir to dissolve the marmalade, add ice and shake. Strain into a cocktail flue and top up with prosecco.
Place a triangle of toast on the corner of the glass.
Eden Special Fizz
This gin prosecco cocktail is the perfect after dessert tipple.
Top with a slice of lemon and a cherry for the best taste.
Dash of Cherry Liqueur
Slice of Lemon
Fill a champagne flute with a cube of ice. Add the gin and cherry liqueur. Pour in the prosecco before serving.
Place a slice of lemon in the drink and serve with 1 cherry on the glass.
St Clement’s Fizz
This gin prosecco cocktail is not just perfect for National Prosecco Day. It can be the perfect morning drink for Christmas day.
Chill a champagne flute for the perfect serve.
10ml Sweet Vermouth
50ml Orange Juice
A spoonful of Lemon Curd
Fill a cocktail shaker with ice and pour in the gin, vermouth, orange juice and lemon curd. Stir to dissolve the lemon curd. Double strain into the champagne flute and top with prosecco.
Garnish with an orange twist.
This cocktail is the perfect way to liven up a prosecco.
Garnish with fresh raspberries for the best taste.
20ml Pink Gin
10ml Lemon Juice
Pour the gin, Chambord and lemon juice into a champagne flute. Top with prosecco.
Garnish with fresh raspberries
This fruity cocktail is very refreshing (and technically, one of your five-a-day).
Make sure to garnish with fresh passion fruit for the best taste.
25ml Passion Fruit Syrup
Add the gin and passion fruit syrup to a glass. Top up with prosecco.
Garnish with half a passion fruit.
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