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The Little Book of Prosecco and Sparkling Cocktails

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Spirits & cocktails

Learn how to transform your favourite bottle of bubbles into the perfect cocktail for every occasion.

Take your bubbles to the next level with over 55 fantastic classic and contemporary Prosecco cocktail recipes.

Whether you love a light and refreshing drink or prefer a sweet and fruity treat, The Little Book of Prosecco can help you transform your favourite bottle of Prosecco into something even more special.

- Make drinks for every occasion with great cocktails for brunch, like the Rossini or the Primrose Fizz; sparkling delights for toasting special achievements, such as the Celebration Cocktail or the French 75; as well as a drink fit for every moment in between, from The French Afternoon to the party-starting tequila-spiked Los Altos.

- Master well-known staples like the Bellini, Pink Sangria and Sbagliato and try new contemporary twists on your favourites with the Floral Bellini, the Mojito Royale and the Prosecco Julep.

- Mix up punches and sangrias for the whole group to enjoy together, such as the Spice Route Punch, the La Rochelle Punch, and the Blush Sangria.

- Discover your new favourite Prosecco-based drink along with tips and tricks for making it, right down to the type of glass it is traditionally served in.

Enjoy Prosecco your way and delight the Prosecco-lovers in your life with this pocket-sized guide to cocktails for every occasion.

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