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KINKY Bubbles

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Last Updated on October 27, 2022 by Lisa Johnson

This fun and delicious pink KINKY Bubbles cocktail recipe is perfect for New Year’s Eve, Valentine’s Day, or girls’ night celebration. It is quick and easy to make with chilled KINKY® Pink Liqueur and Prosecco!

Two pink, sparkling cocktails with a cherry at the bottom of a champagne flute.

I bought this KINKY® Pink Liqueur a few months ago and had no clue what I wanted to make with it. I just loved the name and thought it would make a fun, pink cocktail cake!!

Kinky Bubbles Cocktail in a champagne flute with a cherry at the bottom

I originally shared this recipe December 2013. Updated October 2022.

What is KINKY Liqueur?

Well the label says: “A naughty fusion of super premium vodka distilled 5 times with succulent mango, blood orange liqueur and passion fruit.” Works for me!

I went to the KINKY beverages website looking for ideas, and they were basically the same ideas that I had! KINKY Martini, that’s already been done. KINKY something with Prosecco had two different options.

KINKY Italian has liqueur, limoncello, and Prosecco, or the KINKY Bubbles which has liqueur and champagne…..let’s go ahead and tweak the KINKY Bubbles!

How to make a KINKY Bubbles cocktail

I dropped a maraschino cherry into a champagne flute because I thought it would look cool.

A maraschino cherry at the bottom of a champagne flute.

Measure out 2 ounces of KINKY Liqueur.

A tall shot glass filled with KINKY liqueur.

and pour it into the glass. Top of the glass with 4 ounces of Prosecco, or enough to fill your glass.

A champagne flute filled a bubbly, pink cocktail and a cherry at the bottom.

I am not a big fan of champagne, so I chose Cupcake Prosecco for the bubbly component. It looks so pretty!

Looking down into a champagne flute filled with a sparkling pink cocktail sitting on a red square coaster.

I just love the color. This cocktail would be perfect for Valentine’s Day with a strawberry garnish! Yes, I am getting ahead of myself here.

How to open a bottle of champagne or Prosecco

If you think the correct answer is shaking it and popping the cork across the room, the answer is NO! Carefully twist the wire on the metal “cage” that surrounds the cork and remove it.

Close-up image of the metal cage at the top of a Prosecco bottle.

I do not know if cage is the proper term, but that’s what it looks like to me. Okay, now cover the cork with a towel and carefully remove the cork by slightly twisting it back and forth and pulling upwards until it pops!

A bottle of Prosecco with a green towel draped over the top.

No one looses an eye, and you don’t waste any bubbly!!

Dark blue champagne flute icon.

Note: One 750 ml bottle of Prosecco will make about 7 cocktails depending on the size of your glasses.

Serving suggestions

Cocktails are fun and all but it is a good idea to eat some actual food while drinking. These are some of my favorite appetizers:

More bubbly cocktail recipes

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Enjoy!!

Two pink, sparkling cocktails with a cherry at the bottom of a champagne flute.

KINKY Bubbles

This fun and delicious pink KINKY Bubbles cocktail recipe is perfect for New Year’s Eve, Valentine’s Day, or girls’ night celebration.
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Course: Drinks
Cuisine: American
Keyword: liqueuer, KINKY, bubbles, sparkling, cocktail, recipe, special
Total Time: 2 minutes
Servings: 1 Serving
Calories: 202kcal
Author: Lisa Johnson

Ingredients

  • 2 ounces KINKY Liqueur chilled
  • 4 ounces champagne or prosecco chilled
  • maraschino cherries optional

Instructions

  • Drop maraschino cherry into glass.
  • Add KINKY Liqueur to glass and fill with Prosecco or champagne.

Notes

One 750 ml bottle of Prosecco will make about 7 cocktails depending on the size of your glasses.

Nutrition

Calories: 202kcal | Carbohydrates: 18g | Sodium: 8mg | Potassium: 49mg | Sugar: 18g | Iron: 0.2mg

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10 Comments

  1. I’m going to have to see if my favorite liquor store carries that KINKY liquor because I definitely need to try this cocktail!

  2. So pretty!! And I have never shaken a bottle of champagne and only open them this way for mimosas so I guess I learned from the best over the years! 😉
    Cheers to you and Happy New Year! Will have to make this to ring in 2014 because it’s going to be a GREAT year! (Pinning, of course). xoxo

  3. Lisa, this cocktail looks wonderful and of course, I love the color – it’s pink!!! Thanks for the new drink inspiration! Enjoy the last Monday of 2013 and wishing you much love, joy and happiness in the New Year! Hugs!

  4. You crack me up Miss Kinky Boots… your liquor sounds divine. Does it make you sing show tunes too? Congrats to your kids… they sound like they are doing well. I’m still trying to get mine through high school. Maybe I need a kinky cocktail?

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