This flirtatious cocktail adds a bubbly, pineapple twist to a Cosmopolitan. If you are feeling frugal switch the champagne for a Prosecco (arguably a more palatable fizz at a fraction of the cost).

Add the sparkling wine just before serving to maximise the bubbliness of the cocktail.

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Yield: 1 cocktail

Ingredients:

  • 2 rings of fresh pineapple
  • 15ml or 0.5oz Cointreau
  • 15ml or 0.5oz vodka
  • 30ml or 1oz pineapple juice
  • 90ml or 3oz champagne
  • Maraschino cherry to garnish

Instructions:

  1. Add the pineapple pieces and Cointreau to a mixing glass or shaker and muddle. Keep on muddling away for as long as it takes to really infuse the liquid with pineapple flavour.
  2. Pour in the vodka and pineapple juice and give it a shake or a good stir.
  3. Strain into a cocktail glass such as a martini glass
  4. Top with champagne or Prosecco.
  5. Garnish with cherry, orange, pineapple chunk or combination!

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