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1 oz Ketel One Citroen Vodka
1/4 oz Elderflower cordial
Combine Ketel One Citroen Vodka and elderflower cordial into a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake well. Strain contents into chilled glass. Top with champagne.
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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.
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The holidays are here! Today is the second night of Hanukkah with Christmas and Kwanzaa just around the corner. Plus, don’t forget New Year’s! We know that the rush to buy gifts for family members, friends and co-workers is in full swing. One short week after that, the pressure is on to bring a great bottle of wine to your New Year’s party. These wines are a great answer to your holiday gift giving quandary and will sure to be a hit at the New Year’s party.
With the holidays upon us, it makes me think of Christmas and my wish lists of yore. It also makes me ponder how my adult would look. I thought about it and thought about. As an avowed oenophile, I decided that my adult wish list would be filled with amazing wines from around the world. The only drawback to my wishlist is that you might only get them if Santa has a very good year.
1 oz Cascal Berry Cassis
1 oz Vodka
Pour CASCAL Berry Cassis and Vodka in glass, top with Champagne, and enjoy!
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This weekend, we are focusing on one of my favorite Champagne houses – Taittinger. Not only does Tattinger make its namesake Tattinger Champagne, it also owns the California winery Domaine Carneros, which makes California sparkling wines in the champagne style.