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Bellini Martini recipe

Bellini Martini recipe

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Peach schnapps and vodka are shaken, then topped off with a splash of champagne, and a few fresh raspberries.

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IngredientsServes: 1

  • 2 shots good quality vodka
  • 1 shot peach schnapps
  • ice cubes
  • champagne to finish
  • 3 fresh raspberries for garnish

MethodPrep:5min ›Ready in:5min

  1. Pour the vodka and peach schnapps into a shaker with the ice. Shake until frothy. Strain into a martini glass, and top off with champagne. Garnish with fresh raspberries.

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Reviews in English (24)

by missmixologist

I have tried this one before, but a bartender kicked up a notch for me and I make them from time to time. 1oz Champagne, 1oz Peach Schnapps, 1oz Vodka. After shaken and poured add OJ and drizzle with Grenadine.-17 May 2007

by caliboo

MMMM MMMM goood!! This recipe is excellent! I like in in champagne flutes though, it's a little more festive! Also, drop a few raspberries in the bottom of the glass--what a great taste!-25 Oct 2005

by DARK89

What can I say. It was a perfect New Year's Eve drink. I made it with Vanilla Vodka. I also served it in Champagne flutes. It looked very elegant and tasted great. The last sip is a kicker. Pure alcohol all the way through.-03 Jan 2005

Fresh Bellini Cocktail

Cheers! It’s peach season, which means it’s also bellini season. Bellinis are sparkling Italian cocktails made with two simple ingredients: Prosecco and peach purée. They’re fizzy and refreshing, with more body than your average cocktail.

Bellinis are easy to make, and perfect when you’re hosting brunch or soaking up a lazy summer weekend. They’re a fun alternative to a mimosa, and feel a little more fancy. Maybe because they’re Italian.

Too often, bellinis are made with overly sweet peach nectar or peach liqueur. My bellinis are made with real peach purée, which doesn’t need any added sugar to taste like a treat.

You can make bellinis with defrosted frozen peaches, too. You’ll find instructions for each option below. Are you ready to make bellinis this weekend?

Treat Dad To The Oldies But Goodies With These Time-Honored Cocktail Recipes

Modern mixology, like today&rsquos fine cuisine, has become a throw-down to see who can create the most complex, fascinating drinks with new flavors and nifty ingredients. In the process of entertaining cocktail customers with new wow factors, many of the classic drinks have fallen by the wayside. While some, like the Martini, are enjoying a renaissance (including hundreds of variations on the theme that make the drink unrecognizable, as in the Plum Sakétini), when was the last time anyone ordered a Tom Collins&mdasheven though a bar glass is named after it?

For Father&rsquos Day, treat Dad and guests to a retro cocktail hour. Here are cocktail recipes for some oldies but goodies that haven&rsquot been seen for a while, along with some classics that seem to be high on the list of the cocktail menu top hits:

Bellini Recipe
Grand Margarita Recipe
Mojito Recipe
Scotch & Ginger Recipe
Tom Collins Recipe

If you have a hankering for other oldies, we&rsquoll oblige with a slew of recipe variations on the Bloody Mary and the Martini.


While many people use Champagne to make a Bellini, the original, created in 1948 by Giuseppe Cipriani, head bartender at Harry&rsquos Bar in Venice, is made with Prosecco. The dry, sparkling Italian wine, is lighter than Champagne and doesn&rsquot contribute Champagne&rsquos chalk and mineral flavors to the drink. (Some people confuse the Bellini with the Mimosa, a cocktail made of Champagne and orange juice.)

The peachy color of the cocktail reminded Cipriani of the color of the garments of St. Francis in the 15th-century painting by Venetian artist Giovanni Bellini. Cipriani named the drink in Bellini&rsquos honor. This summer marks the 60th anniversary of the Bellini&mdashanother reason to celebrate. This authentic Bellini recipe is courtesy of Martini & Rossi Prosecco.

Ingredients Per Cocktail


  • Pour purée into a Champagne flute.
  • Add a squeeze of fresh lemon.
  • Top with chilled Prosecco.

If you can&rsquot find white peach purée locally, you can order it from The Perfect Purée of Napa Valley (read our review).

Grand Margarita

There are many claimants to the title of inventor of the Margarita&mdashand almost as many different proportions of tequila, Triple Sec and fresh lime juice. History will never sort out the truth, but that shouldn&rsquot stop any of us from enjoying all of the variations. One is this recipe for a Grand Margarita from Corzo, which uses Corzo&rsquos Silver Tequila, a light-to medium-bodied tequila that is delicious on the rocks as well as in mixed drinks. It has cherry, papaya and pepper aromas and dried tropical fruits and pepper on the palate, finishing with some pineapple and spice flavors. It is not surprising that Corzo added pineapple juice to its Grand Margarita cocktail recipe.

A Grand Margarita, by the way, is one made with Grand Marnier instead of Triple Sec.

Ingredients Per Cocktail

  • 3 parts Silver Tequila
  • 1 part Grand Marnier Liqueur
  • Dash fresh lime juice
  • 2 ounces pineapple juice
  • Kosher salt for rim
  • Fresh pineapple wedge for garnish
    (optional if you can&rsquot get fresh
    pineapple, you can use canned
    chunks on a skewer)


  • Wet and salt the glass rim.
  • Combine first four ingredients in a
    cocktail shaker.
  • Shake well and strain into a martini
  • Garnish with pineapple wedge (cut
    a slit into the wedge and insert onto
    the rim of the glass).


The Mojito takes its name from the African voodoo term mojo, which means &ldquoto cast a small spell.&rdquo According to the folks at Bacardi Rum, who have contributed this recipe, the drink can be traced to 1586, when Sir Francis Drake and his pirates attempted (unsuccessfully) to sack Havana for its gold. His associate, Richard Drake, was said to have invented a Mojito-like cocktail known as El Draque, that was made with aguardiente, a crude forerunner of rum, plus sugar, lime and mint. Around the mid-1800s, when the Bacardi Company was established, rum was substituted and the cocktail became known as the Mojito.

Always popular in Cuba, the drink made a short journey to Key West, and then into American cocktail society. Under the radar for many years as wine apéritifs topped cocktails in popularity, the Mojito has enjoyed a renaissance thanks to the popularity of Latin American cuisine.

Ingredients Per Cocktail

  • 1 part rum
  • 3 parts club soda
  • 12 mint leaves
  • 1/2 lime
  • 1/2 part sugar


  • Place mint leaves, sugar and lime in a glass.
  • Muddle well with a pestle or muddler.
  • Add rum, top off with club soda.
  • Stir well and garnish with sprigs of mint or a lime wheel.

Scotch & Ginger

This classic cocktail recipe is courtesy of Dewar&rsquos, a brand of blended Scotch whisky created by John Dewar, Sr. in 1846. But this brand isn&rsquot stuck in tradition: Today, the Master Blender, Stephanie Macleod, is one of few women in charge of producing Scotch whisky. (You may notice the spelling of &ldquowhisky&rdquo differs in the Scotland. In Ireland and the United States, the word whiskey is spelled with an &ldquoe.&rdquo The British, Scots and Canadians use &ldquowhisky,&rdquo evolved from &ldquousky,&rdquo the phonetic translation of the original Gaelic, uisce beatha, &ldquowater of life.&rdquo)

Many Scotch drinkers ask for a Scotch and Soda or add water to their Scotch. The practice of adding ginger beer has dropped from fashion. If you like ginger ale, do yourself a favor and scout out ginger beer, its forerunner (if Dad likes ginger ale, gather up a gift sampler of all the ginger beers available in your area). While it can sometimes be found in an alcoholic version (the original ginger beer was a brewed alcoholic beverage), most U.S. ginger beers are soft drinks, but far more robust and flavorful than ginger ale. A classic ginger beer is made from ginger beer plant, lemon, sugar and water. You&rsquoll get a hearty dose of ginger and far less sugar (or high fructose corn syrup) than in a ginger ale.

Ingredients Per Cocktail

  • 1 part blended Scotch whiskey
  • 3 parts ginger beer
  • Orange or lime wedge for garnish


  • Fill a collins glass with ice and add
  • Top with ginger beer.
  • Garnish with an orange or lime

Tom Collins

The original Tom Collins used a “wine glass full of gin.” Here’s the history of the Tom Collins cocktail.

Two notes: When you order a Tom Collins at a bar, Collins mix is generally sprayed from the fountain hose, not made from scratch. Second, few bars use real Collins glasses, which are larger than a highball glass and often frosted in texture.

How to Make a Bellini

The brunchtime staple was a favorite of Hemingway, Capote, and Orson Welles. Here's how to make it.

part fresh white peach purée

A Bellini is a Mimosa with something to prove. Instead of tart orange juice, it pairs sweet white peach purée with sweet sparkling vino for a bubbly fruit drink that is, yes, sweet. You&rsquoll most commonly find it on the brunch menu with a simple recipe: two parts Prosecco, one part peach. And while it's light on the booze, it goes down very easily, so watch how many times your champagne flute gets a top-off.

A Little Background

The Bellini is Italian through and through. It was created in Italy, where the white peaches grow plentifully and the Prosecco pours nonstop, all the way back in the summer of 1948. At Harry&rsquos Bar in Venice, bar owner Giuseppe Cipriani tinkered with white peach purée and sweet Prosecco until he landed on his two-to-one ratio. His son Arrigo wrote about the cocktail&rsquos invention in a book, and also explained its name: Giuseppe looked to 15th Century Italian Renaissance painter Giovanni Bellini, who often used a pinkish hue in his often-biblical masterpieces. That pink tint made it into the drink. These days, you can buy the Cipriani&rsquos own take on Bellini purée base.

On a side note, Arrigo said Harry&rsquos was frequented by writers like Ernest Hemingway, Truman Capote, and Orson Welles, and in 2001, it became an official Venetian landmark. We&rsquore sure it&rsquos a lovely sight sitting next to the canals, and that many an interesting conversation were had there, perhaps even over Bellinis. But Harry&rsquos contribution to 21st Century brunch culture cannot be understated.

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If You Like This, Try These

The obvious sister cocktail to the Bellini is the Mimosa: brut champagne and orange juice, and you&rsquore on your way. Really, the easiest way to make a drink like a Bellini is pick the fruit juice you like best and add sparkling wine to it. With strawberry purée, you get a Rossini with pomegranate juice you get a Tintoretto. Other recipes substitute peach purée with peach schnapps, for extra zip. The champagne cocktail genre is rife with other options, some that&rsquoll keep you buzzing along and some that will knock you flat. Brunch happily.

Scrumptious DIY Cocktail Recipes

Delivery your tastebuds around the globe with this delectable digest of wanderlust-inducing cocktails from a hand-picked choice of the some international’s largest inns. Practice the recipes to recreate this cocktails at house.

The Coffee Martini

The Coffee Martini at The Lanesborough

From: The Library Bat at The Lanesborough

Overlooking Hyde Park and adjoining to the grounds of Buckingham Palace, The Lanesborough is one in all London’s maximum iconic inns commanding a prestigious location that straddles Belgravia, Knightsbridge and Mayfair. The lodge’s prestigious Library Bar gives a sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of town lifestyles and serves up on of the most productive Coffee Martini’s within the capital. A sweet-toothed tipple this is absolute best as a post-dinner digestif, the vintage cocktail is concocted the usage of handiest 3 substances. Right here’s easy methods to make your individual Coffee Martini.


  • Two shot glasses of coffee, or quick espresso blended with sizzling water (make it robust!). We suggest two teaspoons of quick espresso to 1 spoon of sugar
  • Two shot glasses of Vodka – any will do
  • Two drops of vanilla extract
  • Shake neatly in a tin jar or cocktail shaker with ice
  • Pressure and pour into your favorite cocktail glass (preferably a Martini glass)
  • Tip:to make this additional candy or to conform right into a a laugh dessert, that you must mix the espresso combine and Vodka with two tablespoons of vanilla, chocolate or caramel ice cream – take your select

The Bloomsbury

The Bloomsbury Boozer at Parker’s Tavern, Cambridge

From: Parker’s Tavern, Cambridge

The bar in Parker’s Tavern at College Fingers, Cambridge acts as a social hub within the town, and has been a gathering spot for over 100 years. The bar gives an in depth beverages menu, together with a big selection of English glowing wine and a botanical-focused cocktail menu. The Bloomsbury Boozer used to be named after The Bloomsbury Set a gaggle of writers, lecturers and intellectuals together with Virginia Woolf, John Maynard Keynes and E. M. Forster, who met at Cambridge of their boozy pupil days. Right here’s easy methods to make the well-known cocktail at house.


  • 50ml Cambridge Dry Gin
  • 20ml elderflower cordial
  • 20ml contemporary lemon juice
  • 4 – 5 raspberries
  • Upload the entire substances to a cocktail shaker (or you’ll be able to use a big jam jar with lid)
  • Shake vigorously over ice
  • Pressure right into a martini glass

The Property Martini

The Property Martini at Gleneagles, Scotland

From: The American Bar at The Gleneagles Resort

The Gleneagles Resort is one in all Scotland’s maximum iconic inns. Harking back to the magnificence and glamour of bars of the Twenties and 30s, The American Bar is a in point of fact particular position for intimate beverages. Along glamorous tipples that pay tribute the characters and pastimes of the 20s, take a seat 5 shocking Signature Martinis. Our non-public favorite it the Property Martini, a raspberry leaf-infused vermouth and elderflower mix added to a South Loch Raspberry Previous Tom gin. Right here’s easy methods to make it your self.


  • 60ml South Loch Raspberry Previous Tom Gin
  • 5ml elderflower cordial
  • 15ml raspberry leaf-infused vermouth
  • Upload the gin, vermouth, elderflower and ice in combination in a blending glass and stir to mix
  • Pressure into a calming Martini glass
  • Garnish with a lemon peel

The Aperol Spritz

Aperol Spritz at Le Bristol, Paris. Picture credit score: Claire Cocano

From: Jardin Français at Le Bristol Paris

Adored across the world, the Aperol Spritz is an easy vintage cocktail at the beginning from northern Italy. One of the crucial very best puts to benefit from the summer season aperitif alternatively is at Le Bristol Paris’ Jardin Français, an city oasis within the center of Paris. The exquisitely beautiful lawn is a lovely position to restore after buying groceries with a mild lunch shaded underneath a white parasol. Now, you’ll be able to experience a vintage Aperol Spritze with a French twist from your individual lawn with this DIY cocktail recipe.


  • 40ml Aperol
  • 60ml Côtes de Provence white wine
  • 60ml soda water
  • One orange
  • Pour the Aperol right into a wine glass stuffed with ice
  • Pour the wine and soda water right into a siphon and entire the cocktail with the mix
  • Beautify with contemporary orange slices

The Bellini

From: Bar Bellini at Resort Du Cap-Eden-Roc, Antibes

This Bellini recipe has been perfected through Christophe Lencioni, Head Bartender on the French Riviera’s maximum glamorous lodge, the 150-year-old Resort du Cap-Eden-Roc. The lodge even named one in all its much-loved bars, the Bar Bellini – the Côte d’Azur’s cocktail bar of selection for Hollywood stars. With an attractive out of doors terrace and impressive perspectives over Resort du Cap’s mesmerizing gardens and the well-known Grande Allée right down to the ocean, it’s onerous to believe the rest extra chic than sipping a Bellini right here. The following very best factor, alternatively, could be sampling this at house. Channel riviera sublime out of your kitchen through following this DIY cocktail recipe.


  • 140ml of Champagne
  • 15ml peach cream or Peachtree liqueur
  • 100ml contemporary peach purée
  • Combine all substances in combination and serve in an extended, chilled Champagne flute

The Eden Colada

Eden Colado from the Remy Bar at Eden-Rock, St Barths

From: Eden Rock, St Barths

Served in Eden Rock – St Barths’s brand-new Rémy Bar – named after the lodge’s unique proprietor, Rémy de Haenen – signature cocktail, the Eden Colada honours each his fabulously wild pioneering spirit and the birthplace of the drink’s major factor: rum. The Eden Colada mixes two rums together with Plantation 3 Stars, a tribute to historical rums with a clever mix of the area’s 3 number one terroirs: Barbados, Jamaica and Trinidad. You might want to replace the specialist rums with any white rum. Fancy pineapple glass not obligatory.


  • 25ml Clement Blanc rum
  • 25ml Plantation 2 Stars rum
  • 30ml Moët & Chandon Champagne
  • 30ml contemporary pineapple juice
  • 30ml pineapple syrup
  • One scoop of coconut sorbet
  • Merely mix all substances in combination in a blender
  • For very best effects, serve in one thing very similar to the long-lasting Eden Rock – St Barths pineapple glass (however any massive spherical glass will do!)
  • Upload one drop of vanilla essence to finish if desired

The Rum Punch

Rum Punch from Jumby Bay Island, Antigua

From: Jumby Bay Island, Antigua

The very best welcome to the Antigua, everybody’s first drink at the non-public Jumby Bay Island is the quintessentially Caribbean Rum Punch, concocted with native Antiguan rum. Described as being “candy, a bit tart, however filled with magic,” this brew is a robust, undying staple. You’ll replace in a rum of your selection.


  • 120ml 5-year-old English Harbour rum
  • 30ml contemporary lime juice
  • Two dashes of Angostura bitters
  • 30ml Easy Syrup
  • Contemporary cinnamon powder
  • Pineapple and lime to garnish
  • Litter all substances in combination, apart from the cinnamon powder
  • Shake vigorously in a cocktail shaker or identical
  • Serve over ice in a brief glass and garnish with cinnamon powder, a slice of pineapple and one lime wheel or wedge

The Interest

The Interest through Milaidhoo Island Maldives

From: Milaidhoo Island, The Maldives

This cocktail is bound to take your thoughts to the powder-soft white sand seashores lapped through gin-clear waters and framed through tropical greenery that the Maldives is legendary for. For armchair travellers willing to get their Indian Ocean repair at house, this tropical beverage lets in drinkers to envisage themselves at Milaidhoo – set over 13 acres atop the Baa Atoll’s stunning UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. A company favorite sundowner selection, The Interest is good with a zesty undertone, making a refreshing twist on a vintage.


  • One passionfruit
  • Two tsp vanilla sugar
  • 20ml contemporary lime juice
  • 25ml contemporary orange juice
  • 10ml Passoa Liqueur or pastime fruit liqueur
  • 10ml Aperol
  • 40ml Vanilla Absolut Vodka
  • Orange peel, mint sprig and part passionfruit for garnish
  • Shake all substances and pour over beaten ice into a pitcher of selection
  • Garnish with orange peel, mint sprig and part passionfruit

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Lemon Drop Martini Ingredients

The lemon Drop martini with limoncello first caught my eye at the Farm Wife Drinks if you want to hop on over and take a look.

  • Limoncello:If you have tasted Lemon drop limoncello you know how perfect it is for this sweet cocktail. The fresh lemon juice and the lemon twist keep this Limoncello recipe beautifully balanced.
  • Triple Sec: This orange liqueur is another bit of sweet citrus to balance the lemon.
  • The vodka is unflavored and adds very little flavor to this Sweet alcoholic drink. But it does bring in the kick you should expect from a good lemon drop recipe .

Tip: To adjust your cocktail sweetness twist a bit of lemon oil from the garnish rind into the drink.

lemon drop martini with lemon twist and mint leaves for garnish

Raspberry Sorbet Bellini

… you celebrate by making refreshing and delicious Raspberry Sorbet Bellini!

Even though we had a pretty mild winter here in New York – with the exception of one really bad snowstorm and some cold days here and there – I’m always excited when the flowers start to bloom and I start noticing things like the smell of fresh air and the warmth from the sun.

It is that time of the year, where my Brazilian self comes out of hibernation, and decides to join the world in all the fun outdoorsy activities, like picnics, walks in the park/beach, outdoor movie screenings and, of course, Sunday brunches!

Oh yeah, I’m pressing pause on my Netflix marathoning so I can tend to more urgent matters. Like all those mimosas and bellinis. Because they are not gonna drink themselves, are they? ?

And I’m starting the season with this Raspberry Sorbet Bellini, because:

1) You only need 2 ingredients! (Okay, 4 if you use the garnish!)

2) It’s done in like 5 seconds. Which means more time drinking and less time playing mixologist. ( I do like creating complicated concoctions, but sometimes I just need my booze NOW!)

3) It’s pink! My favorite color! ? (Sorry! I usually try to suppress my girly-girl side for the sake of an unisex blog, but sometimes I just need to let it out!)

All there is to this cocktail is: Add scoops of sorbet to a glass and pour the prosecco over it!

The sorbet begins to slowly melt and science gives you this refreshing and frothy Bellini. Thanks, science! And sorry I didn’t pay too much attention to you during my school years! ?

Now, since this recipe (Recipe?? The audacity!) is so simple, it completely relies on good ingredients. You simply cannot make a good Bellini with bad sparkling wine.

So, for this cocktail, I went with a delicious bottle of VOVETI prosecco that is not only upscale, but also affordable.

After having partnered with the Ferrer family in past posts, I was happy to learn that VOVETI was a collaborative effort between them and the Collavini family. The two visionary winemaking families, each with over a century of experience making exemplary wines, teamed together to produce this unique new artisan prosecco that is both a pleasure to drink and expressive of Italy’s finest prosecco fruit. They only produce 15,000 cases per year, so you can bet this is a high quality product!

With its golden apple, pear and melon flavors framed by enticing acidity, VOVETI Prosecco is the elegant, versatile choice for entertaining. Fragrant, foamy and lightly sparkling, VOVETI is the ideal “anytime” wine. Simply pop open a chilled bottle of VOVETI or use it to make a refreshing cocktail, like this Raspberry Sorbet Bellini!

You can make a sorbet Bellini with any sorbet flavors you’d like. I chose raspberry because not only it’s my favorite, but it would also look fabulous in the pictures!

I know some purists will say a Bellini is only a Bellini when made with peach (and in champagne flutes), but I couldn’t care less. If you’re too busy arguing over titles, it means your cocktail is not delicious enough. And that is definitely not the case here!

Now, if you’ll excuse me, I have a glass of this Bellini waiting for me! At 11am? Oh yeah! It is Sunday, after all! ?

Romano's Macaroni Grill Bellini Recipe


  • 1 ounce Peach Schnapps (2 tablespoons)
  • 1 ounce Rum (2 tablespoons)
  • 6 ounces White Wine (3/4 cup)
  • 6 ounces Champagne (3/4 cup)
  • 8 ounces Peach Nectar or Peach Juice (1 cup) (See Note 1 Below)
  • 2 teaspoon Powdered Sugar
  • 2 cups Crushed Ice
  • Optional 2 ounces Blueberry or Raspberry-infused Vodka (4 tablespoons) (See Note 2 Below)



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Dawn on June 15, 2016:

Thoughts on a substitute for cranberry juice? I&aposm allergic to cranberries.

Tracey Norris on May 16, 2016:

I love cotton candy Martin my brother makes it for my birthday I am going to have a party for my 30th in June this and we are going to have it I hope my cousin like it he got the resapie. From a restrunt

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Diana on April 25, 2012:

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Melissa on April 13, 2012:

Had to go to 2 different stores to find the pinnacle cotton candy vodka and 4 different stores to find cotton candy, but I am so excited to try this tomorrow!

cindy on September 01, 2011:

Great video!! Can&apost wait to try it at my daughters 1st Birthday Party. it&aposs a carnival theme!!

Tom Caton from The Desk on December 16, 2010:

wow I&aposd say that sends you through the roof! Going to give it a go! See ya&aposs on the moon :)

MLF22 on October 28, 2010:

Nice Recipe, Pinnacle Cotton candy vodka, yummy

sackboy4 on October 28, 2010:

mike would like to try one off these drinks with you soon looks awsume

Mike Fuller (author) from Indiana on October 27, 2010:

Thanks a bunch. now check out my pineapple upside down cake martini.

Dan T on October 26, 2010:

Lisa on October 25, 2010:

Mike this piece is really well done. I love it. It sounds like a perfect party drink. I want to try it next time around.

Drick on October 23, 2010:

Looks guud Micheal, but where you at? I think I saw a thumb!lol Really though it looks good I will be tryin this!

Watch the video: How to Make a Bellini: Mixology Tips (January 2022).