As part of our Malfy Cocktail Evenings in association with IMAGE, TV presenter Darren Kennedy demonstrates how to make a twisted bellini. Infused with blood oranges, this gin cocktail combines peaches and prosecco for a sweet and fizzy tipple.
Now, more than ever, it is so important to keep up our spirits and treat ourselves every once in a while.
Whether that means an at-home spa day or a Netflix night with a few cocktails, this bellini is simple to make and perfect for any occasion.
Made with just minimal ingredients, it contains the usual peach puree and prosecco but also adds a unique twist - gin infused with Sicilian blood oranges.
Try Malfy Con Arancia gin; it tastes of rich bittersweet citrus and pairs perfectly with the sweeter ingredients.
- 35.5ml Malfy Con Arancia
- 15ml Peach Puree
- 75ml Prosecco
- Orange Twist
- Serve in Champagne Flute
Pour Malfy Con Arancia and peach puree into a chilled champagne flute and stir gently. Then add in prosecco and garnish with an orange twist.
Malfy Cocktail Evenings in association with IMAGE
This recipe is part of our Malfy Cocktail Evenings in association with IMAGE, taking place every Friday from October 26 to November 20. We are asking guests to join us along with hosts writer Nadia el Ferdaoussi and influencer Cliona O'Connor as we all bring a taste of La Dolce Vita with Malfy Gin to your home.
The series is being opened and closed by TV presenter, style guru and social media influencer Darren Kennedy. If you'd like to follow along, be sure to buy your twisted bellini ingredients and watch Darren's demo below.
Malfy Gin is for over 18s only. Please visit www.drinkaware.ie for more information on how to drink responsibly.
The full Malfy Gin range includes four variants: Malfy Originale, Malfy Con Limone, Malfy Gin Rosa and Malfy Con Arancia. For recipes and cocktail ideas visit www.malfygin.com. Malfy Gin is available in all retailers nationwide and good off licences, including O’Brien’s for a recommended retail price of €35.
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