Articles Tagged: champagne cocktails

Flirty Mistletoe

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Ingredients:
1 oz Cascal Berry Cassis
1 oz Vodka
Champagne

Directions:
Pour CASCAL Berry Cassis and Vodka in glass, top with Champagne, and enjoy!

Courtesy of Cascal Berry Cassis.… Read more

Pilgrim’s Pumpkin 75

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Champagne cocktails and Thanksgiving go hand in hand. The light and refreshing bubbles are a good match for the heavy food! Get in the spirit with this pumpkin adaptation of the French 75 cocktail.

Ingredients:
1 oz gin
1 1/2 oz  pumpkin puree
2 pinches pumpkin pie spice
1/2 oz fresh lemon juice
1/2 oz simple syrup
Sparkling wine

Directions:
In a cocktail shaker with ice, vigorously shake the gin, puree, spice, lemon juice and … Read more

Pear-Ginger Champagne Cocktail

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This simple and light champagne cocktail is perfect for Thanksgiving, the day of thanks and heavy foods! The seasonal flavor and ginger zing will complement the food without filling you up. Also: there’s no better way to celebrate than with a little something sparkling.

Juice the pears yourself for a little DIY enhancement! For more tips on creating your own champagne cocktails, check out our book DIY Cocktails.

Ingredients:
1 oz pear juice
1/2 oz … Read more

Vampire’s Kiss #2

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Ingredients:
1 1/2 oz Vodka
1 1/2 oz Voga Sparkling Wine
3/4 oz Grenadine
Red sugar for rimming the glass.

Directions:
Rim the glass with red sugar. Make sure to drip some down the side! Pour chilled vodka and grenadine in a martini glass.Top with Sparkling wine.

Courtesy of Voga Wines.… Read more

Lemon Lavender Cocktail

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This light and refreshing drink is perfect for weddings, garden parties … or any time you want to toast something beautiful. My latest creation is a champagne cocktail made with limoncello, gin, a hint of lavender and, of course, champagne.

It’s a subtle cocktail that will please lots of different tastes.

If you want a more pronounced lavender flavor and aroma in the drink, after you muddle the flowers with the lemon and limoncello, leave … Read more

Fancy Bourbon Punch

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Ingredients:
1 liter Maker’s Mark
1 cup granulated sugar
Peels of 3 lemons and 1 orange
Juice of peeled fruit
1 liter of strong tea (preferably green tea)
250 ml champagne (club soda can be used for a less fancy version)
Freshly grated nutmeg

Directions:
Combine sugar and citrus peels in the bottom of a punch bowl. Muddle together until sugar starts to clump together. Let sit for about 2 hours, (while not necessary, this … Read more

Mother’s Day Brunch & Champagne Cocktail Recipes

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One way to show your Mom she raised you right is to treat her to a homemade brunch!

Here are some wonderful brunch and champagne cocktail recipes to show your Mom that you love her.

Celebrate your Mom with a champagne toast and tasty meal. Happy Mother’s Day!

Champagne Cocktail Recipes

    Blackberry Champagne Cocktail 
    The Happy Mom
    Mimosa 
    Kir Royale 
    Orangecello Champagne Cocktail 
    Blood Orange Bellini 
    French Revolution
    Malibu Sparkler 
    Mama’s Malibu Martini
    Ultimate Indulgence

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The Stir Tropical Sparkler

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We created a special champagne cocktail to help The Stir celebrate its first birthday. It’s like a piña colada meets champagne cocktail! Please go wish them a happy birthday!… Read more

Valentine’s Day Champagne Cocktail Roundup

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Valentine’s Day is the perfect occasion for a champagne cocktail. They’re versatile. You can make them sweet, dry, fruity, floral or spiced. Whether you’re toasting with your true love or a group of friends, here are some champagne cocktails to celebrate with this Valentine’s Day.

Champagne Cocktail ~ The traditional and original champagne cocktail.

Shrinking Violet Champagne Cocktail ~ A lovely color and light flavor perfect for any special occasion.

Sparkling Hibiscus Champagne Cocktail ~ … Read more

Lemon Herb Sparkler

I needed a champagne cocktail to brighten a dreary winter day. This recipe uses in-season Meyer lemons and Galliano herbal liqueur along with champagne. It’s dry and a bit tart, which is just what I wanted. If you prefer a little sweetness, add a splash or two of simple syrup.… Read more

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