Tanqueray Sevilla Spritz
Tanqueray Flor de Sevilla, soda water and Prosecco. A sparkling cocktail with zesty and fruity notes.
Dating way back to the late 19th century, this popular cult classic was created by soldiers of the Austro-Hungarian Empire who then passed it on to the Italians. The soldiers began drinking local Veneto wines after a long day at work but diluted them down to lower the alcoholic content of the serve- hence the spritz recipe we know and love today is equal parts wine and soda water. The origin of the name ‘spritz’ came from the German word ‘Spritzen’ meaning spray or splash. Today the spritz is usually combined with a variety of apéritifs, as a refreshing summer serve.
- 50ml Tanqueray Flor de Sevilla
- 50ml soda water
- 75ml Prosecco
- Orange wheel
- Add Flor de Sevilla and soda water in a large wine glass full of ice and top with Prosecco.
- Slightly stir to mix, garnish with the orange wheel and serve.
Alcohol content: 24g per serve.