Cipriani "Bellini Cocktail" Mix (Caterer's case of 24)$159.00
Harry Cipriani, located at 59th Street and Fifth Avenue, is almost an exact duplicate of the original Harry's Bar in Venice, opened by Giuseppe Cipriani in 1931, and whose regulars have included Ernest Hemingway, Truman Capote, Maria Callas, Orson Welles, and Aristotle Onassis. Harry Cipriani offers the classic Harry's Bar menu of unique Cipriani specialties, including a legendary drink called the Bellini, named after the fifteenth-century Venetian painter Giovanni Bellini, invented by the founder of Harry's Bar, Mr. Cipriani himself, revered as an Italian lifeline to civilization.
Components are fairly simple, but when combined, they make an intricate, stylish drink. White peach juice, lightly carbonated - perfect with champagne, prosecco, vodka or on its own as a refreshing drink, best served over ice. (Very young drinkers are served baby Bellinis, in which the peach juice used to make a grown-up Bellini is mixed with soda water instead of sparkling wine). Proper proportions call for one-third fresh peach juice and two-thirds chilled sparkling wine (make sure to pour the peach juice into the glass first).
How do you cater a Bellini Cocktail Party? Offered is a full 24-tin case of original Cipriani Bellini Base from the cocktail's place of origin in Venice, each tin containing 11.15-ounces (330 ml). For a bigger crowd or the well-appointed professional bar.
Cipriani "Bellini Cocktail" Mix (Caterer's case of 24)
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