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Friday Night Cocktail

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Get your weekend started with a Scandinavian spark by whipping up the Danish Dynamite - a delightfully fizzy creation that is guaranteed to brighten up any dark winter's evening.

Cheers or as they say in Denmark, Skål!

Ingredients (makes one cocktail)

50ml Bombay Sapphire

20ml lemon juice

20ml orange juice

1 tsp white sugar

160ml sparkling wine

1 lime wedge

Method

1. Fill a tall glass ¾ full of cubed ice

2. Add the ingredients stir well

3. Garnish with a lime wedge

4. Serve with two straws.

5. Enjoy!

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