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!
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.
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!