Cocktails

Cherry Bombshell
1 kirsch-soaked cherry1 Champagne flute1 tbsp kirschDisaronno amarettoThomson & Scott Prosecco or Noughty METHOD Put a kirsch-soaked cherry at the bottom of a champagne flute and add 1 tbsp kirsch. Top with one part Disaranno amaretto and three parts Thomson...
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Gallicus Cocktail
Inspired by the classic Aperol Spritz 60ml Italicus Rosolio di Bergamotto70ml Thomson & Scott Skinny Prosecco or Noughty for an alcohol-free version METHOD Build in a chilled wine glass, Italicus first over ice and then top up with Thomson &...
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Ultimate Thomson & Scott Mother's Day Cocktail
INGREDIENTS 1 tsb lemon juice 1 shot elderflower cordial Thomson & Scott Prosecco or Noughty for alcohol-free version Edible flowers (calendula, pansy, lavender, violets, violas and rose petals all work well) Generous twist of lemon peel   METHOD Mix lemon...
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French 75 & Sarkozy 75: Cupboard Cocktails
The French 75 is one of the all time classic Champagne cocktails, although perhaps we should nickname our version the ‘Italian 75’ since it uses Prosecco and Due Sorrelle Gin. They’re stronger than they taste and can be deadly, so...
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Jam & Gin Royal: Cupboard Cocktails
When we were thrown into lockdown and you couldn’t book a delivery slot for two weeks, we all became more inventive with what we had in our cupboards. My friend Steve owns The Goat in Chelsea, and has encyclopaedic knowledge...
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Bellini & Bellintea: Cupboard Cocktails
The Bellini is perhaps the definitive Prosecco cocktail. Invented by Giuseppe Cipriani (the owner of Harry’s Bar, Venice) in 1948, the drink was named after Giovani Bellini – a 15th Century painter whose work Cipriani much admired. Apparently the pink...
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Summer Spritzes: Cupboard Cocktails
Ah summer. There’s nothing quite like sitting back in the sun with a delicious, cold, and refreshing drink in your hand. For many, the Spritz Veneziano (better known as the Aperol Spritz) is the go-to drink for such an occasion...
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