This peachy pink gin spritz tastes like summertime in a glass. It has has elderflower rose gin, raspberry liqueur, peach nectar, lemon, and Prosecco for a ridiculously refreshing and bubbly drink. Mix this 5-minute cocktail up in a pitcher (or a wine glass) to share with friends at BBQs, dinner parties, aperitivo, and everything in-between!

Two pink gin spritz cocktails on a tan counter next to a bottle of gin, pitcher, peaches, raspberries, and a vase of greenery.

This post is sponsored by Empress 1908 Gin and all opinions are my own. A big thank you Empress 1908 for supporting Sunday Table! Glassware provided by Viski Craft.

I am in full summer celebration mode for a myriad of reasons. 1. I get to lounge by the lake and paddle board every single weekend. 2. It’s a good excuse to BBQ constantly. And 3. It’s finally spritz season!

As someone who’s always planning my next get-together, spritzes have been my go-to party cocktail for years now. I mean, who doesn’t love sitting in the sun with friends and drinking something bubbly?

Of course, there are a ton of other reasons you should definitely make a pitcher of spritzes for your next get together!

  • This cocktail is super easy and takes 5-minutes to make.
  • Just mix this drink up in a pitcher and you have a cocktail for a crowd.
  • With floral gin, peaches, and raspberries, it’s full of summer flavors.
  • This drink is fruity, fizzy, and beyond refreshing.

Once you’ve made this drink, make sure to try this blueberry lemon vodka spritz, berry lemon rosé sangria, and spiked strawberry lemonade! All of these cocktails are made in a pitcher for easy serving and sipping.

Star ingredient – Empress 1908 Gin!

A bottle of Empress 1908 Elderflower Rose Gin on a tan counter next to spritzes, a copper shot glass, and greenery.

The key to that gorgeous deep pink color in this gin spritzer is Empress 1908 Elderflower Rose Gin! I’ve been a fan of Empress for years now, but this new floral flavor might just be my favorite. It’s infused with red rose petals, elderflower, and lavender which I’m obsessed with, because I always love a floral-forward gin. And of course, it also has juniper for that classic “gin” flavor.

Depending on where you live, you can find this elderflower rose gin at most liquor stores or even some grocery stores! Here’s a handy little guide to find it near you.

Other ingredients

Bottles of alcohol on a tan counter next to greenery, raspberries, peaches, and lemons.

In addition to the gin, you will also need these ingredients!

  • Raspberry liqueur – I like black raspberry liqueur but any of your favorites will work.
  • Peach nectar – the peach nectar is key for that refreshing peach flavor. If you can’t find nectar, peach juice is a great alternative.
  • Lemon juice – make sure to use freshly-squeezed lemon juice. It will offset the sweetness in this cocktail.
  • Prosecco – a classic ingredient in spritzes. I usually go with a dry (brut) Prosecco so the cocktail isn’t too sweet.
  • Sparkling water – for extra fizziness, we’ll add a splash of sparkling water or club soda.
  • Peaches and raspberries – fresh peaches and raspberries are a pretty (but optional) garnish! I used yellow peaches but you can make a white peach spritz too.

Look for peach nectar in the juice aisle of the grocery store. If you can’t find nectar, you can also use peach juice from the refrigerated juice aisle instead.

Pitcher cocktail

Three steps to making a pink gin spritz. In photo 1, a hand is pouring a jar of lemon juice into a pitcher on a tan counter next to greenery, a bottle of gin, raspberries, peaches, and lemons. In photo 2, raspberry liqueur is being poured into the pitcher. In photo 3, pink gin is being poured into the pitcher.

Whenever I make this raspberry peach spritz for a party, I like to mix it up in a big pitcher. Here’s how to make this batch cocktail.

  1. Start by adding the peach nectar and lemon juice to a pitcher.
  2. Then, add the raspberry liqueur.
  3. Pour the Empress Elderflower Rose Gin into the pitcher.
Three steps to making a pitcher drink. In photo 1, a hand is pouring prosecco into a pitcher on a tan counter next to raspberries, peaches, and greenery. In photo 2, a hand is using a spoon to stir the drink. In photo 3, the drink is garnished with peaches and raspberries.
  1. Next, add the Prosecco and sparkling water.
  2. Using a cocktail spoon, gently stir the drink together.
  3. Lastly, garnish the cocktail with fresh peaches and raspberries. Enjoy!

Feel free to adjust the ingredients to your tastes! If you like a sweeter cocktail, use 2 1/2-3 ounces of peach nectar. For a tarter pink gin cocktail, add a 1/2 ounce of lemon juice.

Single cocktail

If you don’t need so many drinks, feel free to make a single pink gin fizz or two instead! All you need is wine glasses, a jigger, and a spoon for stirring.

  1. Start by filling a glass all the way to the top with ice.
  2. Then, add the peach nectar, lemon juice, raspberry liqueur, gin, Prosecco, and sparkling water.
  3. Stir the cocktail well and garnish it with peaches and raspberries. Enjoy!
Two pink gin spritz cocktails on a beige background next to a white vase with greenery, a bottle of gin, peach halves, and a white bowl of raspberries.

Spritz tips

  • Use a nicer bottle of Prosecco. It will make a big difference in the quality of the cocktail!
  • To make a bellini spritz, use peach liqueur instead of raspberry. Just make sure you’re using peach liqueur, not peach schnapps which has a higher ABV.
  • Make sure to chill the ingredients beforehand. This will make sure the cocktail is nice and cold when you serve it.
  • To keep the pitcher cocktail cold, feel free to add frozen peach slices and raspberries to the drink. It will keep the cocktail chilled without watering it down.

Make-ahead

Spritzes are usually best right away because the drink will lose fizziness the longer it sits. But, you can definitely make the base ahead of time!

Just mix up the peach nectar, lemon juice, raspberry liqueur, and gin in a pitcher. Cover it and refrigerate the drink for up to 2 days. Right before serving, add the Prosecco, sparkling water, sliced peaches, and raspberries.

Slice the peaches right before serving this drink. Otherwise, they’ll get a little soggy and turn brown.

A pitcher with a red drink in it on a beige marble table next to a white vase with green leaves, raspberries, and halved peaches.

Lower ABV drink

Spritzes are meant to be lower ABV cocktails, but they’re usually made with bitter liqueurs (like Aperol) which have lower alcohol content. Just as a note, Aperol has an ABV of 11% and this gin has an ABV of 42.5%.

If you want a lower ABV drink, feel free to use all sparkling water instead of Prosecco. You can also replace the raspberry liqueur with plain simple syrup, peach simple syrup, or raspberry simple syrup.

Like a stronger gin flavor? Just replace the raspberry liqueur with more gin!

Yield & serving ideas

If you make this gin Prosecco cocktail in a pitcher, you will get 8 servings which is amazing for a party! Feel free to halve or even double this recipe if you have a bigger group.

Since spritzes are usually served as pre-dinner drinks, this is also one of my favorite cocktails to serve with appetizers! Some of my favorites are potato chips, Marcona almonds, Italian olives, marinated mozzarella balls, or spicy ranch snack mix.

Two peach raspberry pink gin spritz cocktails on a marble counter next to a white vase of green leaves, a bottle of gin, peaches, and a white bowl of raspberries.

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Peachy Pink Gin Spritz with Raspberries

Yield: 8 cocktails
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 0 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes
This peachy pink gin spritz tastes like summertime in a glass. It has has pink gin, raspberry liqueur, peach nectar, lemon, and Prosecco for a ridiculously refreshing and bubbly drink. Mix this 5-minute cocktail up in a pitcher (or a wine glass) to share with friends at BBQs, dinner parties, aperitivo, and everything in-between!

Ingredients

Pitcher Spritz

  • 16 ounces peach nectar (480 milliliters)
  • 2 ounces fresh lemon juice (60 milliliters)
  • 4 ounces raspberry liqueur (120 milliliters)
  • 8 ounces Empress 1908 Elderflower Rose Gin (240 milliliters)
  • 16 ounces brut Prosecco (480 milliliters)
  • 8 ounces sparkling water (240 milliliters)
  • Sliced peaches & raspberries, for garnish

Single Cocktail

  • 2 ounces peach nectar (60 milliliters)
  • 1/4 ounce fresh lemon juice (8 milliliters)
  • 1/2 ounce raspberry liqueur (15 milliliters)
  • 1 ounce Empress 1908 Elderflower Rose Gin (30 milliliters)
  • 2 ounces brut Prosecco (60 milliliters)
  • 1 ounce sparkling water (30 milliliters)
  • Sliced peaches & raspberries, for garnish

Equipment

  • Large pitcher
  • Jigger
  • Bar spoon

Instructions 

Pitcher Spritz

  • Add the peach nectar and fresh lemon juice to a large pitcher. Then, add the raspberry liqueur and Empress 1908 Elderflower Rose Gin.
  • Carefully pour the brut Prosecco and sparkling water into the pitcher. Gently stir the cocktail to mix it well. Add sliced peaches and raspberries.
  • Pour the cocktail over ice. Garnish with more sliced peaches and raspberries if desired. Enjoy!

Single Cocktail

  • Fill a wine glass with ice. Add the peach nectar, lemon juice, raspberry liqueur, and Empress 1908 Elderflower Rose Gin.
  • Stir the cocktail until it's chilled and well-mixed, about 15 seconds. Garnish with peach slices and raspberries and enjoy!

Notes

Look for peach nectar in the juice aisle of the grocery store. If you can’t find nectar, you can also use peach juice from the refrigerated juice aisle instead.
To make a bellini spritz, use peach liqueur instead of raspberry. Just make sure you’re using peach liqueur, not peach schnapps which has a higher ABV.
Use a nicer bottle of Prosecco. It will make a big difference in the quality of the cocktail.
Make sure to chill the ingredients beforehand. This will make sure the cocktail is nice and cold when you serve it.
To keep the pitcher cocktail cold, feel free to add frozen peach slices and raspberries to the drink. It will keep the cocktail chilled without watering it down.
Feel free to adjust the ingredients to your tastes! If you like a sweeter cocktail, use 2 1/2-3 ounces of peach nectar. For a tarter cocktail, add a 1/2 ounce of lemon juice. Like a stronger gin flavor? Just replace the raspberry liqueur with more gin!
Cuisine: American, Italian
Course: Drinks
Serving: 1drink, Calories: 175kcal, Carbohydrates: 9.2g, Protein: 0.1g, Fat: 0.1g, Saturated Fat: 0.1g, Sodium: 128mg, Potassium: 82mg, Sugar: 19.4g, Calcium: 20mg
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