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Delicious Cocchi Spritz Pink Candy Floss Cocktail Recipe

This weekend has been one of those cocktail making kinda weekends. Because although cocktails lend themselves to sunny days, nothing brightens up a rainy weekend more than cocktails, right? And although this Delicious Cocchi Spritz Pink Candy Floss Cocktail Recipe is the most wonderful summer cocktail. It also lends itself rather well to brightening up dull days.

How to make a candy floss and Prosecco pink cocktail recipe

How To Make A Cocchi Spritz Pink Candy Floss Cocktail Recipe?

This is a super simple pink cocktail recipe, perfect for summer garden parties or whipping up when friends visit. The candy floss is not compulsory. But omg it looks simply stunning and adds a wonderful sweet kick to this otherwise dry fresh cocktail.

Ingredients

Cocchi Rosa Pink Cocktail Recipe

How To Make A Cocchi Spritz Candy Floss Cocktail

Before you start ensure the Prosecco and soda water has been chilled before hand.

Pour 25ml of Cocchi Rosa into each champagne flute.

Add 25 ml of cocchi to a Champagne glass

Now top up with 75ml of Prosecco and 50ml soda water.

top up with Prosecco leaving a little room for soda for a beautiful Pink Cocktail Recipe

Now add the candy floss, however the secret here is to not let the candy floss touch the cocktail as it will dissolve immediately. It’s best to gently grab a handful trying not to touch the top. You want to keep the candy floss as fluffy as possible and handling it can flatten it.

You almost want to create a plug so it sits just in the top of the glass almost like its floating.

Now add a straw. Ok I know you wouldn’t normally drink from a champagne glass with a straw, however this gives guests the opportunity to drink their cocktail whilst retaining the candy floss top. Or alternatively use the straw to push the candy floss into the glass. Thus allowing it to dissolve and transform the cocktail into a sweet sugary pink cocktail.

What Is Cocchi Rosa

If you are a fan of Aperol then you will love Cocchi Rosa, Italian made Cocchi Rosa is is a wine aperitif, made with red wines from Piedmont. With botanicals such as citrus peel, and rose petal it has a sweet taste with a dry aftertaste, which is perfect for serving with soda and or Prosecco. But also perfect for creating cocktails.

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Please note I was gifted the Cocchi however all opinions are my own.

How to make a delicious candy floss cocktail with Cocchi and Prosecco for dinner parties and parties
Pink candy floss Prosecco Cocchi Spritz cocktail

Delicious Cocchi Spritz Pink Candy Floss Cocktail Recipe

Yield: 2 cocktails
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes

How to make a Cocchi Spritz Prosecco and Candy Floss Cocktail, this is an easy pink cocktail recipe perfect for summer parties and garden cocktials.

Ingredients

  • 50 ml Cocchi Rosa
  • 150ml Pink Prosecco
  • 100 ml Soda Water
  • A Handful Of Pink Candy Floss
  • 2 Straws

Instructions

    Before you start ensure the Prosecco and soda water has been chilled before hand.

    Pour 25ml of Cocchi Rosa into each champagne flute and top up with 75ml of Prosecco and 50ml soda water.

    Now add the candy floss, however the secret here is to not let the candy floss touch the cocktail as it will dissolve immediately. It’s best to gently grab a handful trying not to touch the top. You want to keep the candy floss as fluffy as possible and handling it can flatten it.

    You almost want to create a plug so it sits just in the top of the glass almost like its floating.

    Now add a straw. Ok I know you wouldn’t normally drink from a champagne glass with a straw, however this gives guests the opportunity to drink their cocktail whilst retaining the candy floss top.

    Or alternatively use the straw to push the candy floss into the glass. Thus allowing it to dissolve and transform the cocktail into a sweet sugary pink cocktail.

Notes

What Is Cocchi Rosa?

If you are a fan of Aperol then you will love Cocchi Rosa, Italian made Cocchi Rosa is is a wine aperitivo, made with red wines from Piedmont. With botanicals such as citrus peel, and rose petal it has a sweet taste with a dry aftertaste, which is perfect for serving with soda and or Prosecco. But also perfect for creating cocktails.

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Nutrition Information:
Yield: 2 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 165Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 21mgCarbohydrates: 29gFiber: 0gSugar: 18gProtein: 0g
Cocchi and prosecco spritz with candy floss cocktail for parties and garden parties

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