7 of the Best Prosecco Cocktails in Glasgow
It’s no secret that us Glaswegians love a cocktail, and with Glasgow recently being crowned as the Prosecco Capital of the UK, it seems that we love Prosecco too. So we have come up with a list of some of the best Prosecco cocktails there are…
Head to this New York- style piano bar for a Burnished Gold. Made with Luksusowa Vodka, Chambord Black Raspberry Liqueur, Gabriel Boudier Raspberry Liqueur, fresh raspberries and Prosecco.
Situated on George Square, go for a British Royal, made with Black Cow Vodka with Rosehip & Rhubarb cordial and apple, topped with Prosecco £7.50, or £5.95 from Sunday-Thursday.
Try A Single Rose, made with Hendrick’s Gin, Elderflower Liqueur, Prosecco and Rose Water Bitters, £7. Try it with a Rose Macaron.
This is a cocktail you should drink on only two occasions – when it’s your birthday, and when it’s not. The Birthday Prosecco Martini is made with Vanilla Schnapps, Cranberry Juice and Prosecco, £6.50. Or with Prosecco on draft, Prosecco-lovers can just have it straight…
Why not sit in the courtyard overlooking the Merchant Square and sip a Beverly Hills Iced Tea. Bombay Sapphire, Stolichnaya & Cointreau is shaken with lime and sugar then topped with Prosecco, £8.95.
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With classics such as the Bellini, (peach puree & Prosecco), and the French 75 (Gin, lemon, sugar & Prosecco) on offer for a fiver from Sunday to Wednesday, you can truly live a prosecco lifestyle on a budget.
Nestled in Ashton Lane, head to Vodka Wodka for a Very Berry Belvedere, made with Belvedere Black Raspberry Vodka, Creme De Cassis, Blackberry Puree & fresh lemon juice, topped with Prosecco, £7. Also available as a pitcher…