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POUR prosecco and liqueurs into glass. ADD ice. Top with soda.
Fresh peach wedge
This Prosecco-based spritz is fruity but not overly sweet. Peach and apricot sit brilliantly with the sparkling wine, think Bellini with a hint of apricot.
Created in 2013 by yours truly (Simon Difford) for Jamie's Italian Bars.
There are approximately 213 calories in one serving of Peach & Apricot Spritz.
Approximately £0.00 per cocktail *
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POUR prosecco and liqueur into glass. ADD ice. TOP with soda.
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