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How to Make the Courtesan Cocktail

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The Courtesan Cocktail

The Courtesan

The Courtesan cocktail is a delightful beverage typically made with a combination of ingredients such as vodka, Sour Cherry Syrup, Crème de Cerise, and prosecco offering a balanced and flavorful libation.
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Cook Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Course Cocktails
Cuisine British
Servings 1
Calories 158 kcal


  • 12.5 ml Blossoms Sour Cherry Syrup
  • 12.5 ml Briotett Crème de Cerise
  • 25 ml Vintage Velvet Vodka
  • 50 ml Prosecco Argeo Ruggeri


  • Mix together all the parts of the first three
  • Slowly top up with the Prosecco.


Calories: 158kcalCarbohydrates: 20gProtein: 0.03gSodium: 4mgPotassium: 44mgSugar: 20gCalcium: 4mgIron: 0.2mg
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4 thoughts on “How to Make the Courtesan Cocktail

  1. Benjamin Evans says:

    The Specifications printed above are Clearly misprinted. Are the specs 25ml of each or 12.5ml of the 3 ingredients. Just wondering. Cheers

    • Susan L. Schwartz says:

      Hello Ben!

      This is what he told me! I will double check with you but I think this is what Hammant was going for!


  2. Anne Ilka Armentrout says:

    Regarding the Courtesan Cocktail: The instructions say to mix together equal parts of the first three ingredients, then top with Prosecco; however, the ingredients list calls for 12.5 ml of the syrup and the cerise respectively and 25 ml of the vodka, which means they are not equal parts. Surely the drink requires the full measure of vodka, so perhaps it would be good to rework the instructions.

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