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1 Servings

This is a cocktail everyone should master. Bonus: It gives you a chance to experiment with all those new bitters.

Recipe Preparation

  • Drop 1 dash The Truth Old Time Aromatic Bitters or Angostura bitters onto a sugar cube and place in a Champagne flute. Using a channel or paring knife, cut a 6-inch twist from a lemon and arrange inside glass. Gently pour 5 ounces chilled Champagne into glass.

Recipe by Mary-Frances Heck

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Photos by Dan Monick

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20 Champagne Cocktails for Your Next Celebration

Looking to up your drink game? Pop the cork and get the evening started with these delightfully refreshing recipes.

We love the elegant simplicity of champagne on its own, but there's something extra special about taking things to the next level, jazzing up your bubbly with a few thoughtful ingredients&mdashand nothing gives a cocktail an extra bit of flare like a glug of sparkling wine. The next time you find yourself looking for a way to make your favorite sparklers a touch more festive, consider these champagne cocktails to get your guests buzzing.

Ingredients
1.5 oz Empress 1908
.75 oz fresh lemon juice
.5 oz simple syrup
Sparkling wine

Instructions

Shake all ingredients except for sparkling wine on ice, double strain into a chilled flute, and top with sparkling wine. Garnish with a lemon twist.

Ingredients
1.5 oz Mount Gay Black Barrel rum
.75 oz honey ryrup
3 sage leaves
2 oz dry sparkling wine

Instructions

Add rum, lime, syrup and sage to a shaker. Add ice and shake. Fine strain into champagne glass and top with sparkling wine. Garnish with lemon and sage.

Ingredients
1 bottle champagne
1 cup apple cider
2 tbsp sugar
1 tbsp ground cinnamon

Instructions

On a small plate, combine sugar and cinnamon. Dip champagne flutes in water to wet the rims, then dip in cinnamon sugar mixture. Fill champagne flutes 1/4 full with apple cider, then top off with champagne.

Ingredients
1.5 oz Malibu Original
.5 oz pineapple juice
.5 oz coconut cream
3 oz sparking wine

Instructions

Pour all ingredients (except sparkling wine) into an ice-filled shaker. Shake until cold, pour sparkling wine into shaker and stir. Strain into a chilled glass and top with a slice of pineapple.

Ingredients
1 oz Nonino Amaro
.5 oz simple syrup
.5 oz lemon juice
3 slices of strawberry
Montand Brut Champagne

Instructions

Muddle 2 slices of strawberry, simple syrup, and lemon juice in shaker. Add Nonino and ice and shake until fully chilled. Double strain into champagne glass and top with bubbles. Drop one strawberry slice into flute.

From Austin Doiron at NEAT Bottle Shop & Tasting Room

Ingredients
1.5 oz Don Q Anejo tequila
.5 oz Galliano Yellow
.5 oz St.Germain
1 oz lemon juice
.75 oz simple syrup
.75 oz egg white
5 drops orange blossom water
Prosecco
Dried blood orange wheel

Instructions

Dry shake all ingredients. Add ice and shake again. Pour into a brandy snifter, top w/ prosecco and 5 drops orange blossom water. Garnish with a dried blood orange wheel.

Ingredients
1.5 oz Grand Marnier Cordon Rouge
.75 oz fresh lemon juice
1 bar spoon simple syrup
top with dry champagne

Instructions

Combine all ingredients in a champagne flute. Garnish with orange zest.

Ingredients
1.5 oz Courvoisier VSOP
1 oz Dolin Dry Vermouth
.75 oz Campari
Top with Champagne

Instructions

Combine all ingredients except champagne with ice and stir to combine. Top with champagne.

Ingredients
3 cups freshly squeezed orange juice
1 cup ginger-flavored kombucha
2 cups prosecco or sparkling wine
24 raspberries

Instructions

In a large pitcher, combine orange juice and kombucha. Top with prosecco stir to combine. Put 3 raspberries at bottom of each champagne flute. Pour in kombucha mixture. Serves 8.

Ingredients
1 oz Absolut Elyx vodka
.75 oz lemon juice
.5 oz Crème de Menthe
1 oz prosecco
.5 oz raspberry syrup

Instructions

Combine Elyx, lemon juice, Creme de Menthe, and prosecco into a julep cup. Add crushed ice till about 3/4 full. Stir to dilute and chill. Add more crushed ice to create a mound, then drizzle raspberry syrup over the top. Garnish with a mint sprig and a raspberry.

From Bar Margot at the Four Seasons Hotel, Atlanta

Ingredients
3 oz Jardesca Red Aperitiva
2 oz Champagne or Sparkling Wine
1 Orange Twist

Instructions

Combine all ingredients in a champagne flute.

Ingredients
5 pomegranate seeds
1 oz pomegranate liqueur
4 oz chilled champagne

Instructions

Add pomegranate seed to glass. Add liqueur and pour in champagne.

Ingredients
4 mangoes, very ripe and diced
1 mango, cut into 1/2-inch cubes, for garnish
1 bottle champagne

Instructions

In a food processor or blender, puree diced mangoes. Using a fine-mesh sieve, strain puree, discarding any solids. (You should have approximately 1 1/2 cups puree.) In a large pitcher, mix together pureed mango and champagne.

Ingredients
1 tablespoon vodka
.25 oz apricot nectar
.5 cup champagne

Instructions

Pour the vodka and nectar into a flute. Top with champagne.

Ingredients
1 sugar cube
Angostura bitters
4 oz chilled champagne
Lemon zest

Instructions

Soak sugar cube by placing it on top of the bitters bottle. Holding sugar cube in place with your finger, turn bottle upside down. The bitters will drip onto the cube, soaking it in seconds. Drop soaked cube into a champagne flute. Pour in champagne. Add strip of lemon zest.

Ingredients
2 containers raspberries
8 oz rhubarb
.5 cup sugar
.5 cup water
Chilled prosecco

Instructions

In a blender or food processor, purée raspberries, rhubarb, sugar, and water until smooth. With rubber spatula, push mixture through fine-mesh sieve set over medium bowl, if desired. To serve, pour 1 to 2 tablespoons of puree into champagne flute and top with prosecco.

Ingredients
2 oz blood orange juice
2 oz Campari
.5 oz rosemary demerara simple syrup*
Sparkling wine

*Rosemary Demerara Simple Syrup: Pour the .5 gallon water and 1 gallon demerara sugar into a saucepan. Heat the ingredients until dissolved. Stir until the liquid becomes completely clear, then remove from heat source. Add 5 rosemary sprigs into the simple syrup for flavor right as it comes off the burner. Let sit until cool. Remove rosemary sprigs from simple syrup and store for up to 3 weeks.

Instructions

Mix the blood orange juice, Campari, and rosemary demerara simple syrup into a pot. Heat, bringing to a boil for 5 minutes while stirring constantly. Cool and refrigerate. When ready to serve, pour into champagne flutes and top with sparkling wine.


10 Champagne Cocktails That Are So Good You'll Never Stop Saying "Cheers"

These holiday recipes will work for any brunch, lunch, or dinner you have from now until New Year's Day.

Nothing says "it's time to celebrate" like a champagne flute filled with bubbly. Whether you're getting ready for a holiday party (bring on the sparkly outfits!) or playing host yourself, a fizzy drink is the perfect accessory. But just because regular champagne is the traditional star of the holiday season doesn't mean you can't mix things up this year &mdash and by mix things up, we mean create your own delicious champagne cocktail.

To help you step up your holiday game, we've rounded up the best champagne cocktails anyone can make. These recipes include all of the great flavors of the season, from cranberry and rosemary to ginger beer and chocolate stout. Stir them up before a Christmas party, dole them out at New Year's brunch, or kick back with one on any day in between. And for more drink ideas, check out these Christmas cocktail recipes.


Cherub's Cup

Photo from St. Germain Liqueur

Strawberries are the star fruit of the cherub's cup recipe. It's a fun and lively drink that is sure to get your valentine's heart beating. You can make it with vodka, citrus vodka, or Hendrick's gin, all of which are excellent with the drink's elderflower and strawberry. When finished with a dry sparkling wine, it is the essence of elegance.


22 Champagne Cocktails For a Crowd

Boozy brunch is a given on your average weekend schedule, with OJ and Champagne definitely on the menu. Although mimosas tend to be the default use for sparkling wine in the morning, there are far more interesting options available. Whether you’re celebrating a birthday or ringing in the new year, these Champagne cocktails will instantly spruce up any occasion. Add some simple sophistication to your bartending repertoire and give your next celebratory brunch party a little sparkle with the addition of a few bottles of bubbles.

Before you begin popping bottles, you should know the difference between Champagne and sparkling wine. Here’s a rule to remember: All Champagne is sparkling wine, but not all sparkling wine is Champagne. Bottles of fizz can really only be deemed Champagne if they are made in the Champagne region of France with Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Pinot Meunier grapes, or a blend of all three. Additionally, cava refers to sparkling wine from Spain, and Prosecco hails from Italy. Impress your guests with your sparkling wine-knowledge and use all three while mixing these stunning and simple sparkling wine cocktails.


Champagne cocktail recipes, with cognac

Soak one sugar cube in a champagne flute with angostura bitters. Add champagne and cognac. Squeeze in a twist of lemon and discard. Garnish with half a slice of orange.

Chill the teaspoon amounts of liquor in a mixing glass and strain into a champagne flute. Top with champagne, add strips of orange peel, and serve.

Pour into a champagne saucer, and serve.

Combine cognac, sugar and lemon juice in shaker. Add ice and shake till chilled. Pour into champagne flute. Pour champagne over cognac concoction. Garnish with lemon curl.

Shake all ingredients (except champagne) over ice cubes in a shaker, and strain into a champagne flute. Fill with champagne, and serve.

Put the cognac in a glass and after that, the champagne.

Pour champagne, cognac and orange juice into a champagne flute. Add one sugar cube, saturated in angostura bitters, and a twist of orange. Serve with a muddler.

Pour the cognac into the mug, and mix in the champagne.

Add to a wine goblet half-filled with crushed ice, and serve

Pour ingredients into a wine glass half-filled with crushed ice. Garnish with a half-slice of lemon and a maraschino cherry.

Pour pre-chilled ingredients in order into a champagne saucer. Stir, and serve.

Place a sugar cube into a small highball glass, and saturate with angostura bitters. Add a single ice cube, pour in cognac, and add an orange wedge and stemmed cherry. Fill with champagne, and gradually pour in the benedictine.

Shake cognac, cointreau and orange juice over ice cubes in a shaker. Strain into a champagne flute, carefully fill with champagne, and serve.

Blend all ingredients (except champagne) well in a blender and pour into a wine glass. Add champagne, and serve.


Champagne Cocktails to Upgrade Your New Year's

Toasting to 2021 with a classic glass of bubbly is definitely in order&mdashwhether you drink it straight up or in one of these swanky champagne cocktails.

Bubbly may go by many names𠅌hampagne, prosecco, cava, sparkling wine𠅋ut it’s always the perfect drink to ring in the new year. And this year, when it’s not a stretch to say that most people are ready to say good riddance to 2020, is the perfect time to kick it up a notch with a really great bottle of sparkling wine—or a fizzy (and fabulous!) champagne cocktail to toast to the new year. 

Remember, you don’t need a really expensive bottle of champagne if you’re mixing it into a champagne punch, bellini, or other fun drink—the flavor of the sparkling wine will likely be tempered by juice, liqueurs, and other ingredients you add to your champagne cocktail.

And while New Year’s Eve may be the big champagne holiday of the year, there’s nothing stopping you from enjoying one of these cocktails any time you’re feeling festive𠅌hampagne cocktails make a great addition to Christmas or Hanukkah, or you can start off New Year’s Day brunch with a nice bellini or mimosa.


Champagne Cocktail Recipes For Happy Hour Or Brunch

Two days after Thanksgiving my family and I will be sitting back on that ridiculously beautiful beach Trunk Bay, you can go back and read about my last vacation to St. John here.

We&rsquore going with a few other couples and their kids&hellipand it&rsquos going to be a party for sure.

One of my friends had the idea to do a cocktail party in everyone&rsquos condo each night and the theme is going to be Christmas at the Beach. So each family is going to make a Christmas cocktail to share at happy hour with everyone&helliplike a big rotating cocktail party. I&rsquom totally in.

So my idea was this Island Champagne Cocktail, with pineapple juice, cranberry juice, amaretto and champagne. And it&rsquos a winner. Because champagne cocktails are always a winner!

Everyone gets excited when you start popping those corks and pouring out the champagne because champagne drinks usually mean some sort of celebration is going on.

Unless you live at my house and it&rsquos just any day of the week that you need a little glass of the bubbly. Because that&rsquos what we do on a random Tuesday sometimes&hellipwe just love the bubbly.


Table of Contents

  • What is Champagne
  • Recipes for the Best Cocktail Drinks with Champagne
    • 1. 70’s Traditional ‘Grand Mimosa’ Easy Champagne Cocktail
    • 2. Alcoholic French 75 Vodka Cocktail with Orange & Raspberry
    • 3. Easy Bourbon & Champagne Italian Bellini Royale Cocktail
    • 4. Yellow French Kiss St. Germain & Elderflower Fruit Cocktail
    • 5. Men’s Winter Holiday Champagne Party Quick-Cocktail
    • 6. Gin & Champagne-infused Pink Girly Party Cocktail
    • 7. Cranberry-Champagne Poinsettia Signature Christmas Cocktail
    • 8. Mixed Red Fruity Pomegranate Champagne Cocktail
    • 9. Champagne-Choco-Coffee Punched Mexican Summer Cocktail
    • 10. Simple Aperol Champagne Cocktail for New Year

    Table Of Content


    These champagne cocktails are perfect for serving at New Year’s Eve parties. I love serving them with some delicious appetizers. Here are some of my favorites!

    These champagne cocktails are DEFINITELY best served right away. As they sit, the champagne bubbles will flatten and the drink won’t be nearly as good.

    If you have leftover champagne, put a bubble stopper in the bottle immediately and place it in the fridge. Leftover juices and garnishes can be stored in separate containers in the fridge.


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