The heat this summer has had me DYING for some good drinks. After playing around with various float recipes, I've decided the Prosecco Sorbet Float is definitely my new favorite summer drink.
Before I throw out the recipe though, I do have to warn you all: The pictures vary a slight bit from the recipe. Nothing big, but the small town I was vacationing in when I made this did not have sorbet anywhere, so I had to settle for sherbet. I actually discuss this swap at the end in my variations section, but I'll note ahead of time that I definitely recommend using the sorbet if you can get that.
What I used:
Making the float:
Add two scoops of the raspberry sorbet, one shot of raspberry liquor, and then fill the rest of the way with prosecco. Add raspberries to the top for garnish. Pretty easy for such a great drink, right?
I'm a big fan of freezing the raspberries and crushing them up for a little flavored crumble on top. In addition, I'd definitely suggest adding the sorbet last if you're confident with your prosecco proportions, because it usually means less foam!
Variations: There were a ton of variations that I tried when testing floats and still loved *almost* as much as this recipe.
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