Summer-drinks

TGIF: 7 Delicious Prosecco Cocktails

Cool-off this summer with a delicious wine cocktail made from a dry sparkling called prosecco. It makes for the perfect basis of a cocktail because it blends smoothly, has a light texture and is best served cold. Try some of our favourite prosecco cocktails below and/or experiment with your own!

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Cranberry and orange

Enjoy a chilled cocktail of fresh orange juice and cranberries mixed with ice-cold prosecco. Serve with a wedge of orange.

7 Delicious Prosecco Cocktails

Gin and elderflower

Mix a shot of gin with prosecco and a dash of ginger for tasty evening cocktail. Garnish with a wedge of lime and rim the glass with salt.

7 Delicious Prosecco Cocktails

Strawberry and prosecco sangria

Use dry, white prosecco in your favourite sangria recipe – it tastes so amazing! Serve with slices of strawberry and lemon.

7 Delicious Prosecco Cocktails

Limoncello and raspberry cooler

Use limoncello as a mixer alongside your prosecco for a super-sweet afternoon beverage. Add some fresh raspberries and mint before serving.

7 Delicious Prosecco Cocktails

Pineapple and mint

Make your own fresh pineapple juice and garnish with mint before adding some prosecco to taste!

7 Delicious Prosecco Cocktails

Watermelon and mint

Juice some watermelon, add some crushed ice and season with mint for this light and tasty prosecco cocktail.

7 Delicious Prosecco Cocktails

Prosecco margarita

We’ve saved the best until last! This is a modern take to a classic margarita recipe. Just swap the tequila with chilled prosecco.

7 Delicious Prosecco Cocktails

Images via The Comfort of Cooking, Garnish With Lemon, Little Leopard Book, Food Fashion and Fun, A Farm Girls Dabbles, 17 Apart

Tepache: The New Summer Drink You’ll Love

Odds are you haven’t yet heard of tepache; the new cocktail which is made from pineapple rinds and sweetened with piloncillo or brown sugar to taste. This delicious summer beverage is easy to make at home and is ideal for those balmy summer nights.

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Try some of your very own tepache cocktails with a little inspiration below! Don’t forget to tag us on Instagram: @shesaid if you make any of these tasty drinks.

Tepache beer

Did you know that tepache can also be brewed to create a fruity beer? Combine three pineapples, some brown sugar, cinnamon, water and yeast to replicate that classic taste at home.

Odds are you haven't yet heard of tepache, the new cocktail which is made from pineapple rinds and sweetened with piloncillo or brown sugar to taste. This delicious summer

Tepache cocktail from Qui

This famous cocktail replicated by Camille Styles is the ultimate way to enjoy tepache with a few of your favourite liqueurs. One shot of Tepache, a splash of pineapple juice, one shot of Balcone’s Rumble, mint and crushed ice is the best way to enjoy your drink.

Tepache - The New Summer Drink You'll Love

Tepache margarita

Enjoy that classic margarita with a twist by substituting tequila for a shot of tasty tepache. The taste isn’t too overpowering and makes for a sweet, fruity cocktail.

Tepache - The New Summer Drink You'll Love

Tepache and Bourbon

Combine teach, lemon juice, crushed ice and bourbon into a cocktail shaker, and serve ice-cold with mint and lime. Yum!

Tepache - The New Summer Drink You'll Love

Images via Pinterest, Camille Styles, Food and Wine, Bon Appetit, Serious Eats

The Best Mojito Recipe Ever

Mojito’s are refreshing summer drinks which are perfect if you want to cool off with a glass – or two.

The combination of rum and fresh mint makes them suitable for winding down next to the pool, or even just a popular drink if you’re having people over. Create this easy recipe at home using lime, mint, sugar, soda, and rum – that’s it!

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Ingredients

10 limes

30 leaves of fresh mint

3/2 cup white sugar

1 cup white rum

Club soda and ice

Method

  1. Squeeze the lime pieces into a dish, and then combine the mint leaves and sugar. Make sure to clap your hands together to bruise the leaves – this is where all the extra flavour comes from.
  2. Use a muddle stick (or wooden spoon) to wash them all together. This should only take a few minutes, and look like a thick juice.
  3. Add into a pitcher, and combine the white rum, ice cubes, club soda, and top-off with some additional mint leaves for added flavour.

Image and Recipe via Wife of A Bartender, Glow Magazine

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