Gin and Prosecco are a match made in cocktail heaven. If you are looking for an alternative to a Gin & Tonic or want to jazz up your Prosecco then look no further.
Not only does the Gin and Prosecco combination taste delicious it is also super easy to pull together with only two key ingredients and a garnish of your choice.
We have picked five delicious gins full of fruity flavour that is guaranteed to make your Prosecco POP!
1. Copeland Spirits Rhuberry Gin (Rhubarb & Blackberry)
Copeland Spirits was founded by Gareth Irvine in 2015. The idea to make gin evolved from an idea for a university project. Impressively Gareth successfully crowdfunded £30,000 online from over 390 founders, and so began the Copeland Spirits dream.
Rhuberry Gin & Prosecco are a beautiful combination, the sweet and sharp notes with the dry fizz work very well.
Garnish: To take this delight to the next level add stem ginger or a blackberry.
2. Fresha Strawberry Gin
Fresh Strawberry Gin is a premium Spanish made strawberry gin if full of delicate flavour. Made using traditional pot stilling methods in Andalucía this is five times distilled. There are seven botanicals in total including of course Huelva strawberries & Vanilla.
Fresha Strawberry Gin is smooth and full of flavour, absolutely guaranteed to get those taste buds tingling when paired with a glass of good quality Prosecco! The Strawberry scent and flavours stand proud as you would expect, beautifully aromatic as well due to the star anise notes on the finish.
Garnish: Good quality strawberries and a sprig of mint.
3. 6 O’Clock Sloe Gin
Bramley & Gage 6 O’Clock Sloe Gin is quite simply delicious. It is made in small batches using wild hedgerow sloe berries. The gin is left to mature over six months, it is well worth the wait that’s for sure.
Rich, unctuous and full of flavour this is a decadent partner to Prosecco. We can assure you that one glass will not be enough!
Garnish: Twirl of lemon peel.
4. Aber Falls Orange Marmalade Gin
The picturesque village of Abergwyngregyn is home to the Aber Falls waterfall. The distillery is the home of gin, liquors and whiskies, with the focus being on artisanal craftsmanship.
This gin tastes exactly as it is described, big bold citrus flavours it partners with Prosecco rather beautifully. This is not the normal pairing you would think of but it really does work well and taste fabulous.
Garnish: Candied orange peel.
5. Foxdenton Damson Gin
The Foxdenton estate is located in Buckinghamshire and is owned by the Radclyffe family, it has passed through the generations since 1569!
Foxdenton have an impressive selection of high quality fruit gins, each special in their own right.
The Damson variety is full of flavour, sweet with a hint of sharpness. It has a syrup consistency so really does enhance Prosecco.
Garnish: Dehydrated lemon.