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Gin Prosecco Cocktail with Chamomile & Tangerine

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  • Author: Carlos Leo
  • Total Time: 42 minutes
  • Yield: 4 serving 1x


This Gin and Prosecco Cocktail will change your mind about sparkling wine cocktails. Made with chamomile tea, tangerines, and white balsamic vinegar. It is not what you expect, but you will be surprised how wonderful it tastes. Recipe adapted from Elana Lepkowski at Serious Eats.


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Syrup Ingredients:

Alcohol Base Ingredients:

Making the Cocktail:

Dry sparkling wine, like Spiaggia Prosecco. (chilled) If you can't find that brand, try any of these proseccos.


Tangerine-Chamomile Syrup:

  • Mix sugar and water in a sauce pan over medium heat. Bring to a light simmer, stirring until sugar is dissolve. Remove from heat and add tea bags, and tangerine juice and zests. Let sit for 6 minutes, and then take out the tea bags. Cover and let cool for an additional 30 minutes. Strain out the zest. You can keep the syrup in an airtight container in the refrigerator for about a month.

Alcohol Base:

  • Combine gin, syrup, and white balsamic vinegar in a cocktail mixing glass. Stir to mix. You can keep in the fridge for about 4-5 days if making ahead.

Making the Cocktail:

  • Pour 3oz of the base into a Champagne cocktail glass or flute. Fill glass with prosecco (about 3-4oz.). Add more prosecco to taste


Drink responsibly. If you are under the legal drinking age limit for your state or country, this recipe is not for you. Sorry.

  • Prep Time: 10 minutes
  • Cook Time: 2 minutes
  • Category: cocktails
  • Cuisine: Mixology
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