A refreshing blood orange cocktail made with prosecco, gin and grand marnier. This easy to make cocktail is so refreshing, you will want to drink it all year round! Low in sugar and absolutely delicious, it is the perfect gin cocktail. Enjoy this easy this gin cocktail which requires only 5 ingredients and takes under 5 minutes to make!
What makes this Sparkling Blood Orange Gin Cocktail so crave worthy?
I will be honest with you.... I am not the biggest gin fan. Usually, I do not drink it often. I actually have a love/hate relationship with gin, with the majority of it being hate. You will never find me sipping a gin and tonic at the bar. It has to be a REALLY good drink if I do drink gin.
But there is one thing I always love - prosecco. It is crisp, bubbling and gravitate to it over any other cocktail. It is the bottle we prefer when going out, and with covid, staying in.
So, when thinking of a gin drink to make for my blog, I knew I needed to mix it with my one true love (prosecco) to ensure it tasted perfect.
Therefore, you can rest assured that this gin drink is one that can make even the biggest gin hater change their minds. I would never put a gin drink on here that tasted more like Christmas tree juice than anything else.
This drink is perfectly balanced between bubbly, boozy and so delicious. The blood orange and lemon pair well with the gin taste, which is harmonized by the grand marnier. The refreshing prosecco tops it off so well, making this drink so crave worthy.
So, let's get to making this delicious blood orange cocktail!
Ingredients For Blood Orange Gin Cocktail
The ingredients for this cocktail are so simple, so I won't go into too much detail about them. It has 5 ingredients, making it so easy! The ingredients include juice from one blood orange, juice from ½ lemon, prosecco, gin and grand manier. You may also garnish with sage!
How To Make This Sparkling Cocktail
This cocktail would not be any more easy. Simply juice your blood orange and lemon juice, then add all ingredients, other than prosecco, into your glass and stir. A shorter glass works best for this recipe. Then, fill your glass with ice and top it off with prosecco! That is it. Simple as can be.
Don't Miss These Tips!
You definitely can. This cocktail tastes delicious with vodka.
You can simply using seltzer in place of prosecco.
Absolutely! You may sub at a 1-1 ratio with triple sec, or juice from an orange.
Yes! Sub at a 1-1 ratio.
Yes, you can use lemon juice and blood orange juice so long as it is pure and no sugar added.
This cocktail is best served right away. If you are short on time, however, I suggest juicing the lemon and blood orange a head of time.
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Try this delicious Watermelon Rum Refresher, which is perfect for summer.
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Sparkling Blood Orange Gin Cocktail
- 1 Blood Orange Juice (approx ⅓ cup)
- 2 tbsp Lemon Juice
- 1.5 oz Gin
- .5 oz Grand Marnier
- 2 oz Prosecco
- Sage optional garnish
- Juice your blood orange and place that juice directly into your glass. A short glass works best for this drink.
- Add your Lemon Juice, Gin, then Grand Marnier.
- Fill glass ½ way with ice.
- Top off with Prosecco. Option to garnish with sage.