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Mimosa

Do you remember Bellini? You aren’t fond of peach? No problem! Use orange instead and make your Mimosa! Mimosa also happens to be a flower – a.k.a. Acacia dealbata, silver wattle or blue wattle. Ingredients In order to make it, you’ll need: 7,5 cl Prosecco 7,5 cl fresh orange juice […]

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Tintoretto

Do you remember Bellini? You aren’t fond of peach? No problem! Use pomegranate instead and make your Tintoretto! It was named after Tintoretto – an Italian painter -, and it probably originated in Asolo, a town in the Veneto region. Ingredients In order to make it, you’ll need: 2/3 Prosecco […]

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Rossini

Do you remember Bellini? You aren’t fond of peach? No problem! Use strawberries instead and make your Rossini! It was born in the 20th century and it was named after Gioachino Rossini – an Italian composer. Ingredients In order to make it, you’ll need: 2/3 Prosecco 1/3 strawberry purée Method […]

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Bellini Royal

Do you remember Bellini? You aren’t fond of Prosecco? No problem! Use Champagne instead and make your Bellini Royal! Ingredients In order to make it, you’ll need: 10 cl Champagne 5 cl fresh peach purée Method You won’t need any ice! Make sure that everything (the glasses and the ingredients) […]

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Gin & Tonic

It is said that gin, the most important ingredient for Gin & Tonic, was invented around 1650 in the Netherlands by Dr Sylvuis (a.k.a. Franz de la Boé), a Professor of Medicine at Leyden, Holland. He originally intended this ‘medicine’ as a remedy for kidney disorders, using neutral grain spirits […]