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The Candy Floss Fizz, Prosecco and Gin Candy Floss Cocktail

You Could Sell This Little Piece Of Heaven In A Glass, My Candy Floss Cocktail As A Valentines Cocktail…..

But to be honest you would be doing it a total disservice, I mean come on look at it? This gorgeous Pink Gin and Prosecco candy floss cocktail should be admired, adored and enjoyed for 12 months a year. Not just during February when you are feeling particularly romantic.

What genius decided that Candy Floss Cocktails were a thing? They do have their restrictions, but omg what an impressive Gin Cocktail to serve up at dinner parties. It’s a dessert in itself.

Valentines Day Champagne and Gin, Candy Floss Cocktail ,

Candy Floss, Champagne and Gin Cocktail

I Was Trying To Decide, Do I Create A Candy Floss Gin Cocktail Recipe Or Candy Floss Prosecco Cocktail?

But hey is gin, prosecco and candy floss not a match made in heaven? A cocktail that should be gracing summer garden parties all over the land. So you guessed it, I went for the full monty. And a delicious Candy Floss Fizz made with pink sparkling wine, pink gin, pink candy floss and  white edible flowers.

There is a method in my madness, adding the flower, hear me out. You see candy floss is a fickle beast and as soon as it hits the liquid part of the cocktail it disappears. Which I have to confess, when something is so pretty feels rather sad.

However with the clever addition of an edible flower, in this case a Primrose ( you really must research edible flowers before using them, it’s a minefield) you are left with a sprinkle of prettiness to soften the blow.

Champagne and Candyfloss Cocktail

Gin Cocktail with champagne and candy floss

Prosecco and Gin Candy Floss Cocktail, The Candy Floss Fizz

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Total Time: 10 minutes

Category: Cocktails

Cuisine: French

6 servings per bottle of pink fizz

Calories per serving: 140 Calories per serving

Pink Champagne and Gin Cocktail

A delicious candy floss cocktail made with pink gin and prosecco perfect for garden parties, girls nights in and bridal showers.


  • A tub or bag of fluffy candy floss
  • 1 Bottle of Bloom Jasmin And Rose Gin
  • Bottega Il Vino Dei Poeti Brut Rose Sparkling Wine
  • A handful of edible flowers
  • Decorated cocktail sticks long enough to reach across the top of your glass.


  1. Pour one measure of pink gin into each of two vintage champagne glasses
  2. Top up with sparkling rose wine, but not quite to the top
  3. Get your cocktail stick and spear a bunch of fluffy candy floss
  4. Balance the candy floss on top of the glass so it does not make contact with the cocktail
  5. Garnish with an edible flower.


Note as soon as the candy floss hits your cocktail it will dissolve which gives it a sugary sweet taste, however you could eat it before.

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Where to Buy The Ingredients?

Candy floss, bought online or Selfridges

Bloom Jasmin And Rose Gin

Bottega Il Vino Dei Poeti Brut Rose Sparkling Wine

Edible Flowers are best green in your garden or online from specific companies that grow to eat to avoid pesticides.

Decorated cocktail sticks from amazon.

Pink Champagne and Gin Cocktail

You just have time to get all your ingredients together to create this for valentine’s day and of you use this code at 31 Dover you can grab 10% off with the code CHAOS10, valid until end of Feb.

Disclaimer. This post is an unpaid collaboration, I was gifted the gin and fizz?

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Valentines Day Candy Floss Fizz, Champagne and Gin Cocktail perfect for paties, girls nights in, coktail nights and bridal showers

Valentines Day Candy Floss, Champagne and Gin Cocktail


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  1. 11th February 2019 / 7:15 pm

    Utterly beautiful Sarah I want one now despite it only being Monday

    • SarahJChristie
      17th February 2019 / 7:50 pm

      Ah thank Karen, you need to try it x

    • SarahJChristie
      17th February 2019 / 7:56 pm

      Jocelyn it is amazing you have to try it x

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