Cocktail recipe: Moscato Mischief!


Published by Bianca Wilshin - 16th Oct 2018

It’s that time of year – when the weather is getting warmer, the garden is in full bloom and racing season is well underway. With ‘The Race that stops a Nation’ just around the corner, why not get ready in style and try some of these delicious cocktails, all featuring winemakers Adrian & Rebecca Santolin’s BMG Sparkling Pink Moscato. Take it away Rebecca…

Firstly you need a few bottles of our BMG Sparkling Pink Moscato. Then take a couple of good friends, a lot of laughter, a dash of fun and a sprinkling of music and you’re ready for a great time. 

BMG Moscapolitan

INGREDIENTS:
  30ml vodka
  15ml triple sec
  90ml cranberry juice
  a good squeeze of lime

METHOD:
Add all ingredients to a cocktail shaker full of ice and mix well. Pour into two short glasses and top with BMG Sparkling Pink Moscato and a twist of lime.

BMG Elderflower Fizz

INGREDIENTS:
  30ml elderflower cordial
  Juice of one lemon, plus a peel for a lemon twist
  A handful of mixed berries

METHOD:
Mix cordial and lemon juice together and then pour equal amounts into two sparkling flutes along with berries and lemon twist. Carefully top with BMG Sparkling Pink Moscato. 

BMG Strawberry Slushie

INGREDIENTS:
  60ml vodka
  250g fresh strawberries, hulled
  Few mint leaves or basil leaves
  A good squeeze of lemon
  Moscato ice cubes 

To make the Moscato ice cubes – pour BMG Sparkling Pink Moscato into two ice cube trays and freeze overnight.

Place all ingredients into a blender and blend until smooth. Serve in martini glasses with a strawberry on the side and enjoy!

Cheers, Rebecca Santolin

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