Champagne is a must on New Year’s Eve, and while the drink alone is delicious, there are so many Champagne cocktail recipes out there today to make this drink even better. We’ve rounded up our favorites below, and hope you’ll consider serving one or more of these at your New Year’s Eve party this year. Here’s to a happy and healthy 2018! Cheers!
Winter Champagne Cocktail: A lemon slice, sugar cube and a dash of orange bitters added to Champagne will immediately put you in a winter mood.
Champagne Sparkle Cocktail: Bring on the fun with this pretty Champagne cocktail with a multi-colored sprinkle rim.
Sage Champagne: The addition of fresh herbs in cocktails creates a refreshing taste and aroma, and the simple sage syrup in this one adds an unexpected (and delicious) twist.
Rosé Champagne Cocktail: If you are celebrating somewhere warm, opt for this refreshing drink with its mix of grapefruit and berries.
Peppermint White Christmas: Crushed candy cane-rimmed glasses and white chocolate and peppermint stir sticks make this cocktail a truly festive option to keep the spirit of the holidays alive.
Raspberry Pomegranate Champagne Cocktail: Offer guests a dessert and cocktail in one with this tasty and super pretty drink.
Pomegranate Spice Champagne Cocktail: Spice up your night with this pomegranate-infused drink.
The Poinsettia: Sugared cranberries as a garnish turn this cocktail into a sweet treat.
Champagne Jello Shots: Let’s just say, despite their name, these are not the Jello shots from your college years.
Cupid’s Kiss Cocktail: This playful twist on a French 75 includes cranberry juice to give it a pretty pink color and a sweet tart taste.
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