5 cl of pomegranate juice
10 cl of Champagne wine
The Tintoretto cocktail is a variant of the Bellini drink made with Prosecco and pomegranate juice. It is a very fresh and sharp drink, perfect as an aperitif or an undemanding drink.
Its main strengths are the freshness and the extreme drink-ability, not coincidentally it’s also an excellent cocktail for brunch or to accompany fish dinners.
About Tintoretto doses, it depends on the opportunities and time of the day. If you want a light drink on the fly you can start from 1/2 of Prosecco and 1/2 of pomegranate juice.
If you want a more substantial drink opt for a 1 to 2 ratio of juice and Prosecco.
In any case, it is always a glass of Prosecco, so Tintoretto’s alcohol content is not so high.
There is only a single secret to make the perfect Tintoretto: make sure that pomegranates are perfectly ripe, otherwise, it would be too sour.
We assume that you’ll wisely use real fruit juice: with only two ingredients the quality of them is crucial for this drink.
If you have to fix a very acid cocktail, add 1 cl of sugar syrup for every glass.
Tintoretto cocktail ingredient
How to prepare cocktails Tintoretto
Cut the pomegranate in half and squeeze juice, then strain it.
Pour the juice into a glass and top with Prosecco or Spumante.
As a variant, to add grace and elegance, pour 1 cl of triple sec and will be even better.