Gin and Prosecco Cocktails you need in your glass
March 7, 2022
Gin and Prosecco – it’s a match made in cocktail heaven! When we developed Drunken Berries our chefs created the first recipe – Gin and Raspberry because the flavours went so well with the crisp fizz of prosecco.
Years later it’s still our best selling flavour and we’ve been playing around to create 3 fabulous Gin and Prosecco cocktails. All use just a handful of simple ingredients so you can easily recreate them at home.
Gin and Prosecco Blackberry twist
- Elderflower cordial
- Fresh blackberry syrup
Make the blackberry syrup by heating a cup of fresh blackberries with 2 tablespoons of caster sugar. Bring to the boil and leave to cool, then strain the syrup through a sieve.
Add 25ml of syrup, 25ml Elderflower Cordial and 50ml of gin to a cocktail shaker and shake with ice. Strain into a champagne coupe and top with prosecco. Garnish with a lemon peel twist.
The Berry Bellini
- Raspberry and Gin Drunken Berries Prosecco Mixer
- Frozen Berries
- 25ml Gin
Pour 2/3 of a champagne glass with prosecco and slowly pour in 25ml of Raspberry & Gin prosecco mixer. Stir gently and top with a few frozen berries.
Frozen raspberry fizz
- Small glass of Ice
- A handful of Fresh Raspberries
- 50ml Gin
- Prosecco or Cava
- Wedge of lime
Add all the ingredients to a blender and pulse gently until it is a slush puppy consistency! Pour gently into a martini glass or champagne coupe. Garnish with a wedge of lime.
Knocked up a Gin and Prosecco cocktail and fancy some more inspiration? Head over to our blog for more cocktail recipes and awesome hosting tips! If you’re hankering after a delicious Bloody Mary – we’ve got the ultimate recipe on our sister site, The Condiment Co.