Cocktail Recipes You Will Love

prosecco cocktails

Prosecco is sweeter and lighter than Champagne or sparkling wine but is also delicious on its own. Brown Brothers Prosecco is our preferred prosecco as it is a fresh and vibrant sparkling wine with a delicate nose of pear and apple. Perfect on a warm Summers night!

The light flavour and delicate fizz of Prosecco really comes alive with a touch of colour, and some clever blending, is perfect for cocktails. We have shared our top ten Prosecco cocktails, which are perfect for any social occasion or maybe, just on your own.

brown brothers prosecco

Try the following Brown Brothers Processo cocktails for sophisticated drinks:

Pop champagne flutes or glasses into the freezer for about an hour, so that they’re lovely and cold before you start your mixing.

Invented by Sophie Dahl – fill a glass with Brown Brothers Prosecco and pour one tablespoon of rose syrup down the inside of the glass so that it slides to the bottom.

Prosecco Mojito
40ml Mojito mix
110ml Brown Brothers Prosecco
Garnish with fresh lime and mint

Amaretto Sour with Prosecco

Combine Brown Brothers Prosecco, amaretto liqueur, lemon juice, and 2 tablespoons of cooled simple syrup. Pour into the sugared glass over ice. (To make simple syrup: In a small saucepan, combine 1/4 cup of water with 1/2 cup of sugar over medium heat. Bring to a boil and stir until all the sugar is dissolved. Take pan off heat and set aside to cool.)

Raspberry Prosecco Bellini
Pour one part Raspberry liqueur into a champagne flute then add one sprig of fresh basil. Top with four parts Brown Brothers Prosecco and serve.

Berry Blitzecco
40ml apple juice blitzed with
60mg mixed frozen berries
Add 100ml Brown Brothers Prosecco
Garnish with fresh lime and mint

Prosecco French 77
For a spin on this classic, place one part elderflower cordial, one part lemon juice and one parts gin in a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake until well combined then strain into a tall glass. Top with Brown Brothers Prosecco and serve with a twist of lemon and a couple of mint leaves.

Forager’s Fizz
A splash of sloe gin and a blackberry or two, topped up with Brown Brothers Prosecco.

Prosecco Cosmo
60ml cranberry juice
15ml Cointreau
120ml Brown Brothers Prosecco
Dash of lime juice
Garnish with fresh lime

Prosecco Pomander
Combine the juice of one clementine with one part Cointreau and three parts Brown Brothers Prosecco in a Champagne glass or tumbler. Garnish with a sprig of rosemary and a slice of clementine studded with cloves.

Prosecco Gold Rush

Pour Prosecco into a clear glass without ice. Add vodka, gold flakes and cinnamon schnapps, stir to mix gold flakes evenly through the drink.

Which cocktail is your favourite?

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