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Italian Peach Bellini Cocktail

A peach Bellini is a classic Italian cocktail made with peach puree or peach nectar, prosecco or sparkling wine, and a dash of raspberry liqueur. The Bellini originated in Venice at a bar called Harry’s BarEasy recipe for the peach Bellini cocktail, made with fresh peach puree, prosecco or sparkling wine, and a dash of raspberry liqueur.

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Cocktail shaker, champagne flute or tall glass, blender

Prep: 5 min Ready: 5 min Serves: 1 cocktail

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  • 4 oz diced peaches with own juice

  • Sugar or sweetener, to taste

  • 3 oz of prosecco or sparkling wine

  • Chilled Raspberry liqueur

1. Blend the diced peaches, sugar:sweetener, and juice until you have smooth puree.

2. Chill the peach puree for a couple of hours or until ready to use.

3. To prepare the Bellini, pour the peach puree into champagne flutes or tall glasses

4. Add a dash of raspberry liqueur, and gently top off with the prosecco or sparkling wine.


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