Infuse passion into the New Year with a classic cocktail with SKYY Infusions Passion Fruit, fresh juice and raspberries. The New Year’s Sparkler is an easy way to spice up your champagne flute this New Year’s Eve. Even better? This cocktail is a smart, low-calorie option to help you get started on your New Year’s resolutions.… Read more
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October, a month dedicated to raising awareness of breast cancer, is upon us. Women and men nationwide are honoring Breast Cancer Awareness Month by “Thinking Pink. ”Prepare for a flood of all things pink from buses, to billboards, to Monday Night Football and everything in between – sip pink cocktails like the “Pink Ribbon,” an invigorating rose-tinted Pink Pigeon Rum champagne cocktail, perfect for showing your support and solidarity.
If you’ve been Italy, you’ve most likely had an after dinner drink, the Sgroppino. The lemon and alcohol help to cut through anything you may have ingested through out the evening and help settle your tummy. The formula varies from area to area, but it is basically lemon sorbet, vodka and prosecco. In Venice they use prosecco, in Friuli it is vodka and sorbet. In Liguria, I’ve had a variation made with limoncello. Sometimes blended, … Read more
Cupid is readying his arrow. Are you wondering who he will hit? Do you hope it will be you? If you need a little help romancing a new love or an old one, these sparkling cocktails will be your biggest helper. No woman can resist something that sparkles and men have a hard time too!
Champagne cocktails are a festive and fun way to welcome the New Year. You’ll already have some bubbly on hand, so here are a few ways you can fancy it up for 2012:
Death in the Afternoon — Absinthe and champagne, a simple and sophisticated combo
Sparkling Hibiscus Champagne Cocktail — Drop a hibiscus flower into your Champagne for a beautiful presentation and light floral flavor
Lemon Herb Sparkler — Galliano liqueur and Meyer lemons
It’s time for Champagne! Add a little ginger kick to your sparkling wine to celebrate the holidays. This sparkler is festive yet simple, so it’s perfect for Christmas and New Year’s.
Happy Holidays from Drink of the Week!
1/2 oz ginger syrup*
4 to 6 oz sparkling wine
Pour ginger syrup in the bottom of a Champagne flute or coupe, the top off with sparkling wine to taste.
1/2 cup … Read more