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Delicious Cranberry Gin Fizz Cocktail With A Sweet Foam Top

This cocktail is a cocktail of gin and pink lovers dreams and it tastes pretty amazing too! This Delicious Cranberry Gin Fizz With A Sweet Foam Top is perfect for parities, as lets face it it looks so pretty and is actually quite easy to make, you just need to prep your eggs before and blend at the last minute and voila, the perfect pink cocktail.

I am not sure where this one fits in terms of seasons, its a great summer cocktail due to the light fruity taste. Yet wouldn’t look out of place at a winter party with its almost snow like top and gorgeous dried fruit garnish that works all year round.

How to make a Cranberry gin fizz with a sweet foam top cocktail

How To Make A Delicious Cranberry Gin Fizz Cocktail With A Sweet Foam Top

Ingredients

Cranes Cranberry Gin

Method

First measure the Cranes Cranberry Gin into a cocktail shaker, break up 2 raspberries into the gin and add ice. Now shake for several minutes to cool the gin through and crush the raspberries.

Add the cranberry gin to a cocktail mixer with ice and shake to cool

Next separate the egg whites from the yolk and discard the yolk. ( If you are prepping to make cocktails for later now add the egg whites to a smoothie maker flask and put to one side, you will blend as you mix)

Split the egg yolks from the white and add a spoonful of sugar to the white

Add a spoonful of sugar to the eggs and blend with the smoothie maker. This will mix the egg whites and sugar foam enough to pour, but not enough for meringue consistency. If you get to thick peaks its a bit so much, you want soft but fluffy.

Now pour the cooled gin into you glass through a sieve to keep back the ice and top up with Prosecco leaving a little space at the top of the glass for the foam.

Add Prosecco to the gin and raspberry mix

Add the sweet foam to the cocktail, yet prepare for the fizz.

Blend the egg white and sugar so it thickens but not too much and add to your cocktail

Once it has settled add infused dried orange slices and enjoy your delicious Cranberry Gin Fizz Cocktail of pink cocktail dreams.

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A Little About Cranes Cranberry Gin

It’s a delicious flavoured pink gin, that isnt at all overpowering and sweet. It has a subtle cranberry infusion that you can taste but is not over sweet or overpowering. This is definitely how I like my my gin, infused rather than over flavoured. It is perfect for creating cocktails such as this Cranberry Gin Fizz.

Why Use Dried Fruit In Cocktails?

This is a totally new thing to me too, however I’ve been trying out Nim’s fruit infusions for a couple of weeks now and am totally in love with them.

Especially for the times I fancy a G&T and can’t be bothered to cut a slice of orange or lime? Or know you won’t use the whole said orange so one slice seems a waste? Or you dont have any oranges in the fruit bowl?

Nim’s fruit infusions come in a variety of different flavours, lime, orange, lemon, cucumber and more go check them out. The beauty of dried fruit is its holding all that flavour in, and as it hits the cocktail the flavour infuses, the taste is amazing.

Please note I was gifted the gin and dried fruit infusions for the purpose of this post but all opinions are my own.

How to make a Cranberry Gin Fizz Cocktail
Cranberry Gin Fizz with a sweet foam top

Delicious Cranberry Gin Fizz Cocktail With A Sweet Foam Top

Yield: 2
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes

How to make a delicious Delicious Cranberry Gin Fizz Cocktail With A Sweet Foam Top, the perfect pink cocktail for summer and winter cocktail parties.

Ingredients

  • 50ml of Cranes Cranberry Gin
  • 250 ml pink Prosecco
  • 2 Raspberries
  • Ice
  • 2 egg whites
  • 1 Dessert Spoonful of Sugar
  • 2 Nims Dried Orange Slices

Instructions

    First measure the Cranes Cranberry Gin into a cocktail shaker, break up 2 raspberries into the gin and add ice. Now shake for several minutes to cool the gin through and crush the raspberries.

    Next separate the egg whites from the yolk and discard the yolk.


    Add a spoonful of sugar to the eggs and blend with the smoothie maker. This will mix the egg whites and sugar foam enough to pour, but not enough for meringue consistency. If you get to thick peaks its a bit so much, you want soft but fluffy.

    Now pour the cooled gin into you glass through a sieve to keep back the ice and top up with Prosecco leaving a little space at the top of the glass for the foam.

    Add the sweet foam to your cocktail being prepared for the fizz.

    Once it has settled add infused dried orange slices and enjoy your delicious Cranberry Gin Fizz Cocktail of pink cocktail dreams.

Notes

If you are prepping to make cocktails for later for a party add the egg whites to a smoothie maker flask and put to one side, you will blend as you mix your cocktial, but having the eggs split and ready saves a little time.

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Nutrition Information:
Yield: 2 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 194Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 61mgCarbohydrates: 13gFiber: 1gSugar: 10gProtein: 4g

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