12th Nov 2020
As part of our Malfy Cocktail Evenings in association with IMAGE, Irish influencer Cliona O’Connor will demonstrate how to make a ciao malfy spritz. One sip and you’ll taste pleasant notes of lemon, blueberries and aranciata.
Zesty lemon with fresh basil and blueberries – this ciao malfy spritz is made with fruits that deliciously complement citrus gin.
It simply mixes aranciata (sparkling orange drink), fruit and gin, making it an ideal cocktail for those who like to keep things simple and not too sweet.
We recommend using Malfy Con Limone, which marries the finest sfusato lemon peels from coastal grown Italian lemons with premium gin.
Ciao Malfy Spritz
- 35.5ml Malfy con Limone
- 50ml San Pellegrino Aranciata
- 50ml Prosecco
- Lots of Ice
- Garnish with Blueberries, Lemon Wheel & Basil Sprig
- Serve in a wine glass
Build ingredients in a glass over cubed ice and gently stir to combine. Garnish with some blueberries, a lemon wheel and a sprig of basil.
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. The series is being opened and closed by TV presenter, style guru and social media influencer Darren Kennedy.
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. If you’d like to follow along, be sure to buy your ciao malfy spritz ingredients and watch Cliona’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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