Bellini

Bellini

  • 4 whole white peaches

  • 1 part sugar syrup

  • 4 parts Rossi Prosecco

  • 4 parts Martini

1. Whip up your peach puree - just peel and blend the peaches, then strain it strain and refrigerate until cold



2. Mix 2 parts of peach puree with one part of sugar syrup



3. Add about 20ml of the peach puree mix to your Champagne flute, then gently pour Prosecco into the glass. You want to leave the peach puree undisturbed at the bottom of the glass at this stage



4. Just before serving, stir to mix the peach and Prosecco well

Bellini

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Invented at the famous Harry’s Bar in Venice, the Bellini is the ultimate summer aperitif. Don’t be afraid to mix the fruits up.
Method

1. Whip up your peach puree - just peel and blend the peaches, then strain it strain and refrigerate until cold

2. Mix 2 parts of peach puree with one part of sugar syrup

3. Add about 20ml of the peach puree mix to your Champagne flute, then gently pour Prosecco into the glass. You want to leave the peach puree undisturbed at the bottom of the glass at this stage

4. Just before serving, stir to mix the peach and Prosecco well

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