6 Pimped-Up Prosecco Cocktails You Can Make In Under A Minute

That's tonight sorted, so.

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It might not be sunny outside yet, but in our opinion there’s never a bad time to swap your glass of wine for a glass of Prosecco.

The best part? If you have a minute or two and some fresh fruit, cordial or bitters, you can make a damn good Prosecco cocktail.

Here are a few of our favourites Prosecco add-ins…

Go tropical
In a chilled prosecco flute, add the juice of half an orange and the flesh of half a passion fruit. Top up with Prosecco and serve.

Make a gin fizz
Pour 20ml of gin and 20ml of any summer fruit cordial (we like elderflower, because we have notions) into a glass, and top with cold Prosecco and a few sprigs of mint.

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Mix up your mimosa
Use blood orange or grapefruit juice instead of orange juice for a slightly tangier version of a classic mimosa. Use 1/3 juice to 2/3 Prosecco for the perfect combo.

Make your drink sparkle
Three dashes of Angostura bitters and a sugar cube topped up with Prosecco will make a gorgeously fizzy drink.

Go Canadian
Instead of cordial, try two teaspoons of maple syrup, plus 50 mls cranberry juice. Shake the mix up with ice in a shaker, then pour into a glass and top with 100ml Prosecco. Stir and serve!

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Keep it summery
Nectarines are in season now, so make the most of it. Peel and cut three nectarines, and push into a fine mesh sieve to strain the liquid. Use a spoon to fill a glass with 1/3 nectarine juice. Top with 2/3 Prosecco and enjoy!

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