Apple And Honey Gin Prosecco Cocktail With Elderflower Foam

Hoorah for the weekend almost being here. And as we limp towards the end of the week I have the perfect cocktail recipe to take you into the weekend. Because you don’t have to go out to drink cocktails, am I right?

And who doesn’t love a great gin fizz cocktail?

There is nothing better than whipping up a quick cocktail to start off the weekend or wow friends at a dinner party. And you don’t need to be a cocktail pro to make this ever so impressive and very delicious Apple and Honey Gin And Prosecco Cocktail With Elderflower Foam using my new favourite gin Batch Apple And Honey January innovations gin.

Gin and prosecco cocktail topped with elderflower foam
Batch Gin Cocktails

If you love Batch Industrial Strength then you will love Apple and Honey its delicious. Amazing to drink on its own with tonic. But it was also crying out to made into a cheeky cocktail.

So here we go, another quick and easy gin cocktail, Batch Apple and Honey Gin with Prosecco and Elderflower Foam

Apple And Honey Gin With Prosecco and Elderflower Foam

A delicious sweet fizzy gin cocktail topped with a sweet foam top. Perfect for pre dinner drinks 
Prep Time10 mins
Shaking egg white2 mins
Total Time10 mins
Course: Drinks
Cuisine: English
Keyword: Gin And Proseeco Cocktail, Gin Cocktails, Gin Prosecco Cocktail
Servings: 4
Calories: 108kcal
Author: SarahJChristie

Ingredients

  • 2 double measures Batch Apple And Honey Gin
  • 600 ml Prosecco
  • 2 tbsp Caster Suger
  • 1 tbsp Honey
  • 3 Egg Whites Make sure they are pasteurised
  • 25 ml Elderflower Presse Or Liqueur depending on how boozy you want your cocktail
  • 4 Slices Apple To garnish

Instructions

  • First put your egg and elderflower presse into a cocktail shaker and shake for a good 2 minutes until it forms into a frothy foam 
  • Dip the rim of your glass into the honey and then the caster sugar to create a honey sugar coated rim. ( I used vintage champagne glasses)
  • Pour the apple and honey gin and champagne equally between 4 glasses and mix with a stirrer to endure it combines. 
  • Pour the elderflower foam on top to create a creamy frothy top and garnish with a slice of apple 
How to make foam for cocktails

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Honey and Apple Gin and prosecco topped with elderflower foam

1 Comment

  1. 18th January 2019 / 7:05 am

    Sounds delicious and looks stunning! We’re definitely having a go at this at the distillery. Thanks for sharing Sarah.

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