Sweet & Smoky Mezcal Prosecco Cocktail

You’re going to love this sweet & smoky Mezcal Prosecco cocktail recipe. It gets it’s unique flavor from pineapple juice, chambord, mezcal, and champagne or sparkling wine. Plus a little spice and herbs for a delicious craft cocktail at home! Make it for happy hour, cocktail parties, or girls night in.

Mezcal Prosecco cocktail

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For a unique blend of sweet and smoky flavors, mix up this sparkling wine cocktail recipe. It’s another favorite of mine that I just know you’re going to love too!

I incorporated high quality Mezcal instead of tequila to give it an earthy, smoky flavor that’s perfectly balanced by the sweet pineapple. The addition of raspberry liqueur and Prosecco adds complexity, while muddled herbs and jalapeno take this crafted cocktail to another level.

You simply MUST give this a try for your next party or happy hour. It’s also perfect for a Mexican fiesta theme.

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Use champagne, cava, prosecco, or sparkling wine to make any of these refreshing drinks for a party.

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How to make our Mezcal Prosecco Cocktail

You’ll need these 6 ingredients, a muddling tool, a cocktail shaker, and a jigger to measure:

  • Prosecco, Champagne, Cava, or Sparkling wine
  • High quality Mezcal
  • Chambord or other raspberry liqueur
  • Pineapple juice
  • Fresh cilantro
  • Fresh jalapeno peppers

PRO TIP – remove the seeds from the jalapeno for a milder drink. Use rubber gloves while removing the seeds so the oils don’t get on your skin – if they do and you touch your eye it will cause a burning sensation.

  1. Add the cilantro and cut jalapeno to the cocktail shaker and muddle them together. Adding a little bit of ice can help to break up the ingredients.
  2. Add more ice, Mezcal, Chambord, and pineapple juice and give it a good shake. Make sure the top is on securely first!
  3. Strain into two coupe glasses and top off with the Prosecco.
  4. Garnish with cilantro and a jalapeno pepper slice if desired. 

You can also use Chambord raspberry liqueur in drinks like a nuts and berries, or a Sweet Tart Cocktail.

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More Mezcal Cocktails

I love the smoky flavor of Mezcal. It has a sophistication about it that adds wonderful depth to a drink. 

This recipe was inspired by a date night with my husband. We went with some friends to see Chris Rock live {the show was hilarious} here in Richmond. Of course a night at the theater calls for dinner and drinks beforehand so we went to a fantastic restaurant in Carytown called The Daily Kitchen.

The specialty cocktail of the day was a Prosecco-tequila concoction that tasted great! It was so good and so unique that I knew I had to re-create it for happy hour at home. After our server told me what was in the cocktail I knew I had everything I needed. Plus, I could give it my own spin.

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Mezcal Prosecco Cocktail Recipe

Yield: 2 drinks

This Prosecco cocktail has everything. It's sweet, it's smoky, it's spicy, and it's bubbly! This craft cocktail is perfect for a party or ladies night.

Ingredients

  • 1/2 ounce Chambord (or other raspberry liqueur)
  • 1 ounce good quality Mezcal (I love Los Amantes)
  • 2 ounces Pineapple juice
  • Prosecco, chilled
  • fresh cilantro, about 5 whole leaves
  • jalapeno pepper cut into 1/2 inch-wide slices

Instructions

    1. Cut the 1/2-inch slice of jalapeno into smaller pieces.
    2. Add cilantro and jalapeno pepper to a cocktail shaker and muddle them together.
    3. Add ice, Chambord, Mezcal, and pineapple juice, and give it a good shake (make sure the lid is on securely).
    4. Strain into two coupe glasses, about 3/4 full, and top with Prosecco.
    5. Garnish with cilantro and jalapeno slice if desired.

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    1. Hi Lauren, thanks! Those are vintage; I found them in an antique/thrift shop. 🙂

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