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How to Make Bellini - The Venice Way

Bellini has an average of 110 calories and 10% alcohol content. The main type of alcohol is Prosecco.

The Bellini is a classic Italian cocktail that originated in Venice. It was invented by Giuseppe Cipriani, the founder of Harry's Bar, in the 1930s. The cocktail is made with Prosecco and peach purée or nectar, giving it a light, fruity, and slightly bubbly character. The drink was named after the 15th-century Venetian artist Giovanni Bellini because its color reminded Cipriani of the artist's paintings. The Bellini has become a popular choice for brunch and celebrations, known for its refreshing and elegant profile.
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Bellini Cocktail Ingredients

· 2 oz Peach purée• 2 oz Peach purée
• 4 oz Prosecco
• Peach slice (for garnish, optional)

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Instructions on How to Make a Bellini

• Add Peach Purée: Pour peach purée into a champagne flute.
• Top with Prosecco: Gently pour Prosecco over the purée.
• Serve: Stir gently and garnish with a peach slice if desired.

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