Champagne cocktails and Prosecco cocktails are easy ways to make a festive drinks party special. Our Champagne drinks and Prosecco drinks can be served before a dinner party as a sophisticated aperitif, on a summer’s day for a refreshing sparkling drink, or over the festive period to liven up parties. From Prosecco bellinis to mimosas, French 75 to sbagliatos, our cocktails are easy to make…
One of our favourite Prosecco cocktails. With hints of lavender, rose and ripe citrus, this refreshing floral cocktail is a super easy summer party drink.
Who loves a negroni? Here’s a twist on the punchy cocktail. Swapping the gin for Prosecco makes for a lighter negroni and softens the bitterness, an ideal aperitif for those who find a classic negroni a bit much.
Aperol spritz is super popular and one of the biggest drinks trends. Our Italian twist on the traditional buck’s fizz is a great way to give a nod to that trend over the festive period or as part of a summer brunch. The Aperol lends a great colour and bitter edge to this classic.
This classic champagne cocktail is simple to make but looks stunning, perfect for the party season. Make our easy French 75 here…
Our homemade grenadine and champagne cocktails are an easy way to impress your guests, whatever the occasion.
Sweet and boozy, this twist on a traditional Venetian cocktail of lemon sorbet and Prosecco uses blood oranges to give an extra boost of colour and flavour.
Perfect for autumn, our pumpkin and spiced rum cocktail comes from Cahoots in Soho. The combination of spiced rum and Prosecco with saffron syrup and plenty of fresh ingredients makes this cocktail super special.
Like pear drop sweets? Then you’ll love this fun way to serve fizz. Great for entertaining, all it involves is eight pear drops and a bottle of Cava. Simple!
Vermouth is back in style and it’s THE thing to be drinking at the moment. We love Cocchi’s range of vermouths, and this zesty Cocchi Americano spritz, topped up with white grapefruit juice and Prosecco is perfect for summer. The spritz was originally wine with a dash of soda water, before people started adding bitters to soda, tonic and Prosecco to create modern-day versions.
This refreshing Italian Prosecco cocktail made with lemon ice cream is so easy to make and the perfect end to a summer dinner party.
Whip up this tempting cocktail in just 10 minutes. Whether you dust off your juicer or buy shop-bought clementine juice, your guests will love this sparkling fizz.
This week on the olive magazine podcast we share our essential guide to London Cocktail Week, learn more about brewing sake in London, and take a virtual trip to oyster country, Arcachon, in southwest France.
olive magazine podcast ep71 – sake, London Cocktail Week and oysters in Arcachon