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Now that Spring is here, it’s time to add some serious fruit to your cocktails. I’m talking fruity infusions, fruit-themed drinks, and garnishes galore. It truly is the perfect time to celebrate the season and all things blooming. So, I was egging to get mixing when VOVETI Prosecco tasked me with the “difficult” job of creating a Spring themed recipe using their alcohol. Naturally my mind started running at 100 MPH with flavor combinations – prosecco and hibiscus, prosecco and lavender, or prosecco and jasmine. But ultimately I settled on ingredients that were a little easier to come by this season… prosecco paired with peach liqueur, toasted coconut ice cream, and a thyme sprig garnish. That’s right, people! I’m putting ice cream in this cocktail… try to stop me!
VOVETI Prosecco is perfect for a sweet and fruity cocktail recipe. It is a chic, modern Italian prosecco that embodies affordable luxury and classic style. Its crisp and bubbly upscale flavor, combined with a reasonable price, makes it perfect for both everyday pairing and chic entertaining with friends. And best of all, its all in the family – VOVETI is a collaborative effort between the Collavini family and the Ferrer family; each family brings 4 generations of sparkling wine expertise to the table. Pour the peach liqueur into a martini glass. Fill the rest of the glass with the VOVETI Prosecco, leaving a little room at the top of the glass. Put the scoop of ice cream in the glass and top off with the thyme. Enjoy! Special thanks to VOVETI for letting me loose on their delicious prosecco! For more scrumptious bottles, make sure to visit their website here! I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.