Champagne drink recipes your party guests will love.
Make a toast to the New Year!
Make a toast to the New Year with one of these delicious champagne drinks!
Champagne (or sparkling fruit juice)
Place a tablespoon or so of pomegranate seeds at the bottom of a champagne glass. Then pour a 2-4 tablespoons (or more if you prefer) of pomegranate juice to the glass. Then fill the rest of the glass with Champagne.
6 cups frozen peach chunks (about 6 peaches)
1 cup peach schnapps
1 bottle Champagne, chilled
Combine peach chunks and peach schnapps in a blender; blend until smooth.
Fill 8 champagne flutes halfway with blended peach mixture. Fill flutes to the top with Champagne.
Nectar of the Gods
Fresh Cranberries or frozen
Pour 8 oz of cranberry juice into a champagne glass, then squeeze a sliver of lime, then drop in the wedge of lime. Then add Champagne to top off the glass and garnish with a few cranberries
.66 oz Grand Marnier
.66 oz Cranberry juice
.66 oz Passion fruit juice or puree
2 oz MoÃ«t & Chandon Champagne
Orange peel for garnish
Add the Grand Marnier, cranberry juice and passion fruit juice or puree to a shaker and fill with ice.
Shake vigorously and strain into a chilled Champagne flute.
Top with the Champagne and garnish with an orange spiral twist.
1 oz. Gin
1 oz. Aperol or Campari
1 oz. Dry Vermouth
3 oz. Prosecco or Champagne
In a flute glass, stir gin, Aperol, and vermouth until blended. Top with Prosecco and garnish with a long orange peel.
Pineapple Coconut Champagne Cocktail
Organic Pineapple Juice - well chilled
Organic Coconut Juice Blend - well chilled
Champagne or Prosecco - well chilled
Unsweetened finely shredded coconut
Pour some simple syrup in a small bowl and the shredded coconut in another small bowl. Dip the top Â¼ or so of your champagne glasses in the simple syrup and then in the shredded coconut making sure the rim is well coated. Set aside to dry a little
Fill each champagne glass with 1 Â½ ounces of EACH pineapple and coconut juices. Fill the rest of the way with the champagne or Prosecco. Serve immediately.
Simple Syrup is a 1:1 sugar water ratio syrup. To make combine equal amounts in a sauce pan ( example 1 cup sugar one cup water) and then bring a simmer stirring until all the sugar is dissolved. Chill completely in an air tight container until ready to use.
Blackberry Thyme Sparkler
1 cup blackberries + 8 more for garnish
1 cup Water
1 cup Sugar
1 bottle of Champagne
4 ounces or 1/2 c. Gin
4 long sprigs of Thyme
1 cup Ice
Gold Baking Sugar for the rim
This step can be done well in advance as the syrup will keep for at least a week in the refrigerator
In a small saucepan, bring blackberries, water, and sugar to a boil.
Reduce heat and simmer for 10 minutes, until the blackberries are soft and the simple syrup has turned to a bright pink/redish color.
Remove from heat, drain blackberries, and allow to cool.
Prepare your champagne glasses;
Begin by adding 1 ounce of gin to each champagne glass.
Next drop two blackberries in each glass, followed by 2 ounces of homemade blackberry simple syrup.
Fill the rest of the glass with champagne and top with a sprig of thyme in each glass.
*Put a little butter around the rim before dipping in sugar.
Cotton Candy Champagne Cocktails
Fill champagne flutes with Champagne. Right before you are about to serve the cocktails, add a small ball of cotton candy on top of each glass. Make sure the cotton candy does not touch the Champagne, otherwise it will melt. The cotton candy will lose it's fluffiness with time, so make sure not to add it too early.
Blue Midnight Cocktail
White Cranberry Juice
Combine 2 oz. vodka, 1/4 oz. lemon juice, 1/2 oz. Hpnotiq liqueur and 1 oz. white cranberry juice. Mix in a shaker with ice. Serve in Champagne glasses garnished with lemon rind and a matching puff pick.
Spicy Ginger Man
Combine 1 oz. vanilla vodka, 1 oz. hazelnut liqueur, 1/2 oz. butterscotch schnapps and 2 oz. ginger beer in a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake and serve on the rocks. Garnish with a cinnamon stick.