Entertaining this Easter? These five egg-cellent Easter cocktails will have your family and friends hopping with egg-citement.
So go and grab your cocktail shaker and come and join us for hoppy hour!
If you’re more inclined to indulge in a sweet tipple over a traditional dessert, then you’ll love this divine Chocolate Martini recipe. We blend the earthy, citrusy notes of Tempus Two Botanical Gin with rich and luscious chocolate and coffee liqueurs, which are taken to new heights with heavenly chocolate syrup or ganache. A truly decadent way to end a big day of Easter feasting.
Another delicious dessert substitute, this grown-up sundae-milkshake hybrid, was invented by Harry Craddock, English bartender extraordinaire at The Savoy Hotel in the 1930s. Originally a simple three-ingredient drink featuring vanilla ice cream, gin, and a splash of dry white wine, modern versions now also include Chardonnay for an extra kick of flavour. Give this vintage cocktail a whirl this Easter and impress your friends with your old-school mixology skills.
If you’re entertaining a large group, our Mixed Berry Sangria is a fantastic, crowd-pleasing cocktail as it can be made in a large pitcher or punch bowl ahead of time, and it's easy for your guests to serve themselves.
Given Sangria's Spanish roots, we recommend using Tempranillo for the red wine base. If you prefer a non-alcoholic option, simply swap the wine for Tempus Two Zero Red Blend (minus the brandy). And for a lighter take on the classic, try using Tempus Two Lighten Up Shiraz, so your guests can savour the moment a little longer.
This Prosecco and Elderflower Spritzer is a light and lively cocktail that has refreshing floral notes accented with flavours of citrus, pear and lychees. It’s a delicious, easy-to-make brunch beverage to serve on Easter morning.
Like the Mixed Berry Sangria, this recipe can be customised to suit your crowd. Choose from Tempus Two's range of proseccos, like our traditional Copper Prosecco, mid-strength Lighten Up Prosecco, or our non-alcoholic Zero Prosecco (when used with elderflower cordial).
This decadent twist on the classic recipe is sure to impress your guests and add a touch of indulgence to your Easter celebration.
For more entertaining ideas, check out our cocktail recipes and recommended celebration wines.
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