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We never truly need an excuse to open a bottle of P rosecco, but this New Year, why not construct your champagne a little more extra by turning it into a homemade cocktail? While the authorities concerned will always adore a flute on its own, sometimes mingling bubbly into a cocktail can be the perfect way to turn something special into something extra-special.
We’ve assembled our favourite Champagne cocktails from around the web to ensure there’s no dearth of that extra special. Cheers!
Hibiscus& Ginger Champagne Cocktails Edible hibiscus buds in rosewater are the showstopper in this delicious drink.
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Honey Sage Gin FizzThis dreamy-looking cocktail has a secret: that’s bacon on the rim( yes, bacon ).
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Pineapple Coconut Champagne CocktailThe shredded coconut on the rim builds this cocktail look wintry — but every sip is like a journey to a tropical climate thanks to the pineapple and coconut.
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The Rose NoirV-Day came and moved, but you can enjoy this bubbly cocktail any period of the year.
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Muddled Raspberries& ChampagneIf our inner kid could design a cocktail, we’re pretty sure it would be pink and involve rock candy. In other terms, it would be exactly like this drink.
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Pomegranate SpritzersHomemade pomegranate syrup is amazingly easy to stir — and will construct you look like a certified mixologist when you mingle it with bubbly.
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Moet Sunset StarletThis cocktail, made with rose Champagne, is as fairly as a sunset.
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Sparking Ginger, Pear, And Cranberry CocktailIngredients like hearty rosemary, cranberries, and anjou pears prove that seasonal booze is also possible fun, even in the magnitudes of winter.
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Winter Champagne CocktailYou only requirement a crush of orange juice, a sprint of orange bitters, and a pretty sprig of rosemary to make a liquor this elegant.
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Pomegranate& Ginger SpritzerA winter fruit that is as lovely as it is yummy, pomegranate is a perfect pairing for your bottle of bubbly.
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French 75 PopsiclesA staple of summer and childhood abruptly becomes grown-up( and festive !) with the add-on of Champagne and gin.
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Boreal RidgeThis pretty cocktail utilizes lemongrass syrup and vanilla for a drinking that smells as nice as it tastes.
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Peppermint White ChristmasNothing says Christmas quite like a candy cane, and good-for-nothing says Christmas party like this cocktail with a candy-dusted rim.
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Elderflower Syrup, Vanilla& Pear Champagne CocktailElderflower and Champagne are pretty much the boozy equivalent of peanut butter and jelly — they just go together. Here, elderflower syrup and pears layer with Champagne for an irresistible drink.
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Kombucha Champagne CocktailPlay with different flavuors of kombucha to find your favourite combo in this genius cocktail.
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Persimmon SmashFresh persimmon, in season in the winter months, is a clever update to the classic Champagne cocktail.
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Lemonade Mimosas With Blood OrangePut a twisting on the popular brunch cocktail( not to mention a perforate of pink) with blood oranges.
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Raspberry Champagne FloatJust add raspberry sorbet to make this cocktail that is as fun as it is easy.
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Blackberry Thyme SparklerHomemade blackberry syrup layered with gin and your favourite bubbly makes an ombre consequence that is perfect for champagne flutes.
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