5 Champagne Cocktails for Your New Years Eve Party
Since New Year’s celebrations are not far, I thought I would find some yummy and different recipes that call for the festive drink! Some good ole champagne!
Dark Orange Champagne
This has a spin on the ever so popular and lovable mimosa! This is sure to tingle your pallette!
2 1/4 cups freshly squeezed or frozen blood-orange juice
1 1/2 liters ofchilled champagne
- Pour 3 tablespoons juice in each champagne flute. Fill flutes with champagne, and serve.So good!
Love the amazing flavor of grapefruit? you will gobble this up, it's so refreshing!
1 cup sugar
6 cups chilled ruby-red grapefruit juice
1/3 cup Campari
2 cups champagne or sparkling wine
8 whole star anise
- In a small pan add 1 cup water with the sugar and star anise and boil until sugar has dissolved. Remove pan and let cool. In a large pitcher, combine grapefruit juice, Campari, and chilled syrup. Divide among eight glasses; top with Champagne.
These fruity drinks are sure to dazzle your guests!
1 tablespoon vodka
1/4 cup apricot nectar
1/2 cup sparkling wine
- Pour the vodka and nectar into a champagne glass and top with the sparkling wine.
This puts a twist on the sometimes boring old fashion champagne!
1 cube sugar
Lemon twist, for garnish
- Put sugar cube in a Champagne glass. Lightly sprinkle the sugar cube with lemon twist and pour in enough sparkling wine to fill the glass. Garnish with a lemon twist before serving.
Sorbet Sinful Fizzy Drop
This is my favorite! My mouth is watering thinking about it!
Assorted sorbets you can use...lemon, coconut, peach strawberry.
Chilled Champagne or sparkling win
- Place 6 martini or wine glasses in freezer until chilled! Fill chilled glasses with 5 or 6 mini-scoops of assorted sorbets, then top each with champagne! Yum!