How To Make A Peach Melba Fizz Cocktail
24th April 2020
Here is my adaptation of the Peach Melba as a Fizz Cocktail.
- 1 Bottle of Prosecco
- 1 Tin of Peaches
- Squirty Cream
- 1 Handful of Red Berries
- 1tsp of Sugar
- A couple of drops of Juice
San Floriano Prosecco DOC Extra Dry Tasting Notes
Aroma – “Lively with green apples, pears and green grapes on the aromas.”
Taste – “You get a crisp/dry apple flavour, the initial touch is refreshing but then the palate closes with its dryness.”
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How To Make It
1. Grab your blender, drop in your red berries, some juice to help blend and a teaspoon of sugar.
2. Put your tinned peaches in the bottom of your glass and pour in a teaspoon of the peach juice.
3. Pour in 60mls of your blended red berry purée.
4. Top up your glass with Prosecco leaving a little gap at the top.
5. Squirt your squirty cream on top then add a couple of drops of your red berry purée.
Now it’s time to taste and enjoy.
Aroma – “Creamy red berries and a hint of peach.”
Taste – “Initial burst of cream, then your taste buds pick up sweet peach then zesty green apples from the Prosecco, after, the red berry purée flavour adds a dryer taste neutralising the creaminess, the experience is finished off with a sweet peach and red berry taste.”
Peach – “When you decide to dig up one of the peaches from the bottom of your glass, you will experience initial creaminess then red berries and a sweet peach finish.”
This is a wonderful dessert in a glass, it’s sweet, fruity and creamy, they are the best words to describe this dessert fizz cocktail.
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