It's traditional to ring in the New Year with a glass of fizz - but why not do something a little different this festive period? Wave off 2018 and say hello to new adventures and experiences with a celebratory cocktail. Go on, you deserve it!
We've rounded up five easy ways to jazz up Prosecco so that you can impress your guests while still having time to enjoy yourself, too. These sparkling cocktails and Prosecco hacks don't require any fancy ingredients or professional bartending tools, but are such a fun way to make your New Year's Eve celebrations super special.
Start 2019 off with a bang with one of these tasty Prosecco tipples. Cheers!
Unusual flavour combos
Make Christmas even more special with a signature cocktail that will tantalise your guests' tastebuds. This ginger and sage sparkling cocktail is so easy to make and will really wow friends and family.
serve it frozen
Made using just three ingredients, grown-up guests will love this festive Prosecco granita. Just remember to give yourself enough time to let it reach that slushy consistency in the freezer!
Add some juice
Whether you opt for classic orange juice or something a little more festive like cranberry, pomegranate juice, or fresh clementine juice like in this extra festive gingerbread buck's fizz, combine in equal parts with Prosecco for a fruity sparkling cocktail that's sure to go down a treat. You could even try adding a little gin or gin liqueur for an extra kick! We love the way our shimmering gingerbread gin liqueur gives this zesty cocktail a gorgeous glimmer.
A taste of the Med
Take a trip to Southern Italy by adding a dash of Limoncello to the bottom of your glass and then topping with Prosecco. Add a slice of lemon for the finishing touch, and serve in martini or coupe glasses for extra elegance factor.
Turn it into dessert
Fresh and zesty, Prosecco is a great flavour to add into desserts and will really make your party feel like an extra special celebration. Try swapping classic sherry for Prosecco in a trifle for a modernised version of the classic, creamy dessert. Or, try poaching soft fruits like berries or plums in fizz to add a subtle, grown-up flavour, like in this plum pavlova recipe.
The perfect tipple to wash your Prosecco pud down? Why, another glass of fizz - of course!