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The Bellini cocktail is a sophisticated Italian drink created at Harry’s Bar in Venice in 1948 by head bartender & owner, Harry Cipriani. To really make this drink shine, use fresh white peach puree.
Serve in a Flute glass
- 1 1/2 shots peach puree
- Top with prosecco
Garnish: No garnish.
How to Make
- Add the peach puree to the flute glass.
- Slowly top with prosecco (if you pour too fast, the prosecco will over bubble & overflow).
- Stir while adding the prossecco to mix the ingredients.
A sophisticated Italian drink created at Harry’s Bar in Venice in 1948 by head bartender & owner, Harry Cipriani. To this day, people still travel to Venice to drink Bellini’s at Harry’s Bar, despite the change of ownership. To really make this drink shine, it’s important that fresh peach puree is used along with Prosecco. But feel free to experiment with other types of puree.
Remember, no recipe is written in stone.