Northern Lights Fizz Cocktail
30th November 2020
The Northern Lights has a few names, including, the polar lights or southern lights, but its official name is Aurora.
‘Aurora occurs when solar winds travel towards the Earth and get past the magnetic field, when the protons and electrons from the solar wind come into contact with the Earth’s atmosphere, they release energy that causes the Northern Lights.
Places you can go and see the Northern Lights:
The Sparkling Wine – Weingut Dürnberg
Weingut Dürnberg is located in Austria, in the village of Falkenstein, where wine has been produced since the 12th century, Dürnberg cares very much about the cultivation of their vineyards, they have been Sustainably Certified, over half of their annual harvest is sold overseas, with their wines going to Europe, Asia and North America.
Dürnberg – Sparkling Blanc de Blancs
Aroma – “Orchid fruits and green apples aromas.”
Flavours – “A smooth almost honey like texture, giving you delicious green fruits flavours.”
This Austrian Sparkling Wine Won a Bronze Medal in the Summer Days Category at The World’s Finest Glass of Bubbly Awards 2020.
The Gin Liqueur
The Northern Lights Winter Berry Blast Gin Liqueur from The Infusionist is available at Aldi for £8.99, you can check it out here.
Aroma – “Winter berries and dark fruit.”
Flavours – “A sweet taste of winter berries and dark fruits.”
- 150mls of Sparkling Wine
- 30mls of Winter Berry Blast Gin Liqueur
Aroma – “Winter berries and dark fruit aromas.”
Flavours – “A smooth cocktail with a little fizz in the mouth from the sparkling wint to represent the stars, dark fruits, Summer berries and a hint of green apples.”
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