We love picking ripe sloe berries and making our own sloe gin, but it is just as easy to buy sloe gin from one of the best distilleries in the world, cutting out a lot of steps in the process. Today, we are going to be taking a look at some of the best prosecco and sloe gin recipes.
1. A Prosecco Sloe Royale
Traditionally, a Sloe Royale would be made with champagne and used to celebrate special occasions and toast ornate events. For a festive touch, we would recommend crafting this festive sloe gin cocktail with prosecco, adding a twist to the classic recipe.
– 25ml Sipsmith Sloe Gin
– 100ml Prosecco
1. Take a traditional champagne flute and pour in your Sipsmith Sloe Gin. You might want to experiment with this ratio, as some people prefer stronger ratios of gin to prosecco.
2. Top your glass up with prosecco.
3. For an additional festive touch, you could consider adding some edible glitter into the mix.
Sipsmith Sloe Gin can be purchased for £23 by clicking here.
2. A Sloe Gin Fizz Delight
We are big fans of mixing traditional gins with sloe gins, especially when the colder months of the year mean that you require a little bit of an extra pick-me-up. In this cocktail recipe, we combine two of our favourite gins, each containing a plethora of different botanicals.
1. Half-fill your cocktail shaker with ice. Pour in your Monkey 47 Gin, Monkey 47 Sloe Gin, lemon juice and sugar syrup. Shake until all of your ingredients have combined.
2. Pour your mixture into your favourite glass. We would recommend using a champagne flute if you are celebrating.
3. Top off your cocktail with prosecco. You might want to experiment with the ratio until you find something that really suits you.
3. A Winter Warmer
As the winter draws closer, we love seeing cocktails that really highlight the colours of the season, whilst highlighting the flavour of sloe berries. This particular cocktail is known for its vibrant colour, with the raspberry puree adding a seasonal touch.
– 30ml Elephant Sloe Gin
– 100ml Prosecco
– 10ml Raspberry Puree
– 10ml Sugar Syrup
Elephant Sloe Gin can be purchased for £27 by clicking here.
1. Taking your favourite cocktail glass, pour in your Elephant Sloe Gin, raspberry puree and sugar syrup.
2. Combine all of your ingredients using a bar spoon.
3. Top your glass off with prosecco.
4. If you wish to, perhaps garnish your cocktail with some fresh raspberries to really hone in on those flavours and complement the colour of your cocktail.
4. A Sloe Gin Fizz
If you are a fan of using egg whites in your cocktails, then this Sloe Gin Fizz cocktail recipe might be a great option for you. Combining the delicate aftertaste of Pickering’s Sloe Gin with the subtle sharpness of lemon juice, this is a great option for people who are looking for a party cocktail to serve to their guests.
– 25ml Pickering’s Sloe Gin
– 25ml Lemon Juice
– 100ml Prosecco
– 1 Egg White
1. Pour your Pickering’s Sloe Gin, lemon juice and prosecco into your favourite cocktail shaker. Shake until the ingredients have combined.
2. Once your ingredients have combined, add ice and shake again.
3. Strain your mixture into your favourite cocktail glass.
4. Top your drink off with prosecco.
Pickering’s Sloe Gin can be purchased online for around £21 by clicking here.
5. Pomegranate and Prosecco
– 25ml 6 O’clock Sloe Gin
– 50ml Pomegranate Juice
– 75ml Prosecco
1. Prepare your favourite cocktail glasses.
2. Pour in your 6 O’clock Gin and your pomegranate juice. Using a bar spoon, give your ingredients a stir so that they combine.
3. Top your drink off with prosecco.
4. If you wish to, perhaps garnish your cocktail with some fresh pomegranate seeds.
6 O’Clock Sloe Gin can be purchased online for around £19 by clicking here.
Crafting your own Cocktails
We would highly recommend experimenting with some of the flavours that can be found in this list, adding your own personal touch to create a concoction that is truly yours. You might just find something that you love. For a touch of inspiration, take a look at some of our winter cocktails.