Friday, December 26

the prosecco classic

In honor of the holidays I thought a champagne/prosecco cocktail would be nice, especially with New Years coming up. It's no secret how I feel about sparkling wine, I mean, I call this blog Prosecco in the Park. 

Usually, when I have champagne or prosecco it's on it's own or in the form of a French 75 or mimosa, but I'm always interested in trying new things. When I came across a recipe for the champagne classic I just couldn't resist. As JD and I have been drinking Old Fashioneds like they're going out of style we have plenty of Angostura bitters on hand and I liked that this is basically the bubbly version of it. 

This cocktail is very easy to make and a perfect drink to serve at breakfast or a holiday party.
THE PROSECCO CLASSIC
1 sugar cube or 1 teaspoon
a dash of Angostura bitters
4 oz champagne

Place the sugar cube in a champagne flute and add a few drops of Angostura bitters. Let soak and slowly top with champagne. 
The recipe typically calls for a sugar cube but a teaspoon of sugar will work just as well if you don't have any or hand or don't feel like running out to the store. The sugar doesn’t dissolve so you get a slight sweetness with a nice kick from the bitters. 

Happy Boxing Day!

7 comments :

  1. LOVE this idea! I am obsessed with prosecco so you can imagine my excitement when I stumbled upon your blog! I will definitely be trying this for NYE! We just posted a NYE outfit post
    and a glass of prosecco would have been perfect to have in the shoot!

    xo, Jennifer
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  2. How lovely is this !! I got so excited too when I noticed you used Bitters which is from my country. :) *proud moment*

    Would have to try this out for sure.

    Happy Holidays.
    xx

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  3. The perfect NYE drink!

    Heidi D.
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  4. Happy Boxing day! Love this -- perfect for your name ;)
    xxJustine
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  5. Ah... yum. I recently tried prosecco for the first time and really enjoyed it.

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