Here are some Champagne Cocktails you could be sipping on this summer if you enter our competition….

Picture the scene, it”s a summer evening and you’re sitting in you garden with friends, there is a lovely warm breeze and the sun has just begun to set, you have some of your favourite nibbles and some easy listening music is floating out of the stereo near by.. 

Now, if you enter our taste! competition and win yourself one of 3 bottles of champagne to celebrate the forthcoming taste! Artisan Food Festival in Chichester, you could rustle up one of these delightful champagne cocktails to make our picture complete. 

to enter our competition please click here and follow the instructions, it couldn’t be easier and you can enter once every day! Please note, you must be over 18 to enter this competition and please read terms and conditions before entering – Good Luck!

 

The Mimosa

The Mimosa is an old classic, it is a mild cocktail that is low in alcohol and high in vitamin C, it has a lighter, fresher taste and the triple sec gives it a little added extra. 

 

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  • 1/3 cup (79 ml) chilled champagne
  • 1/3 cup (79 ml) chilled orange juice (freshly squeezed is best)
  • 1 tablespoon (15 ml) triple sec

 

The Classic Bellini 

Everyone has heard of the classic Bellini! It’s traditionally made with peaches and champagne mixed together for an elegant fruity fizz. This recipe can be done using fresh, really ripe peaches or you can use tinned ones, they’re best made up just before serving. 

 

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  • 1 bottle of chilled champagne
  • 2 fresh peaches (or 1 tin of peaches) 

Simply liquidise your peaches (after removing the stones!) and add the purée to a glass and top up with your favourite champage.  

 

As a little added extra, if it’s hot and you fancy something ice cold, you can mix both these recipes and freeze them in ice lolly moulds to make a grown up frozen treat! 

 

 

 

 


 

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