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MUDDLE segments in base of shaker. Add liqueur, SHAKE with ice and fine strain into chilled glass. TOP with prosecco and lightly stir.
The use of mandarine (tangerine) instead of orange makes the Puccini slightly sharper than a simple mimosa.
Named after the composer of Madame Butterfly, this cocktail is popular in Venice and other areas of northern Italy. It is often made without the mandarine liqueur.
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