Melbourne Cup's Most Fashionable Drinks

The Melbourne Cup is not just in Melbourne this year, it will be held right around the country and the world.

Ok, well yes, technically it is still being held in Melbourne. However, with no crowd attending thanks to old mate COVID, we have no doubt venues will be making the most of bringing the full atmosphere of the Melbourne Cup to them.

And what’s a Melbourne Cup without fashion, food, and of course a beverage(s) to quench your thirst.

Here are our top 5 most fashionable drinks that will be a must for any venue this Melbourne Cup.

French 75
Venture away from a classic sparkling and mix it up with a French 75 cocktail.

Ingredients:
– 30ml Gin
– 15ml fresh lemon juice
– 15ml simple syrup
– 90ml sparkling wine

Method:
– Add gin, lemon juice, and simple syrup into a shaker with ice and shake well.
– Strain into a champagne flute
– Top with sparkling wine
– Garnish with a lemon twist

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Seltzer
For most of us the end of 2020 can’t come quick enough, but for Seltzers, 2020 has really been their year!
With an increasing demand of low calories and low sugar drinks amongst consumers, you can’t go wrong!
Learn more about Seltzers here.

Seltzer

G&T
Add some of your favourite berries or fruit to your gin and tonic and you’ve got the perfect summer beverage!
Check out some these takes on the classic G&T.

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Aperol Spritz
An Aperol Spritz is always a winner, it’s delicious, bright and refreshing!

Ingredients:
– 90ml Prosecco
– 60ml Aperol
– 30ml soda water
– Orange Slice

Method:
– Add ice in a wine glass and pour over Aperol, prosecco and soda water (in that order)
– Garnish with a slice of orange

Aperol

Craft Beer
Maybe just a simple refreshing cold beer is more your preference, and the new 4 Pines Freshy is exactly that!
Check it out now in our Current Rewards program.