The unstrung harp is the very essence of simple and delicious. I love this refreshing cocktail on hot summer afternoons, served over ice with plenty of lime wedges. Recipe by Sam Sifton of NYT Cooking.
Who doesn’t love a refreshing cocktail in this warm weather? Perfect for the heat of summer, the Unstrung Harp combines dark rum with the flavours of ginger, lime, and prosecco to create an incredibly refreshing and cooling cocktail.
Named after the 1953 novel, The Unstrung Harp, this delicious summer cocktail is ultra-simple and requires only 4 ingredients. Simply pop them into a shaker with ice, combine and pour over the prosecco. Easy as that!
Looking for more summer cocktail inspiration?
Try these on for size:
- Blood orange & elderflower paloma
- Chilli lime tequila margarita
- Turkish twist
- Paloma rose sunrise
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Frequently Asked Questions
I don’t have prosecco, what else can I use?
If you don’t have prosecco, you can substitute a dry sparkling white wine.