We’ve rounded up our favorite champagne cocktail recipes for year-round entertaining.
If you are looking to change up your regular mimosa recipe, we suggest a Blushing Mimosa. If you want to try a completely new champagne cocktail, we have seven other reasons to pop open a bottle of bubbly for your next celebration.
Pomegranate Champagne Cocktail
Recipe: Pomegranate Champagne Cocktail
Pomegranate champagne cocktails are a pretty and festive drink for any special occasion. Pomegranate juice is available in the refrigerated juice section or produce section of the grocery store. Turbinado is a raw, very coarse sugar with a mild brown sugar taste. Find it with other sugars. We found the rock candy stirrers at an import store that carries wines and specialty food items.
Fizzy Berry Pick-Me-Up
Recipe: Fizzy Berry Pick-Me-Up
This refreshing cocktail is great for any occasion.
Champagne and Cranberries
Recipe: Champagne and Cranberries
This Champagne Cocktail is a refreshing treat that all guest will enjoy.
Berry Bubbly Punch
Recipe: Berry Bubbly Punch
This recipe is adapted from a Champagne punch found in the first-ever cocktail book published in the United States in 1862, The Bartender's Guide by Jerry Thomas.
The Corduroy Jacket
Recipe: The Corduroy Jacket
The Corduroy Jacket, our retro-inspired cocktail, features Angostura bitters, cognac, and sparkling apple cider. For a slightly more potent version of this cocktail, substitute hard cider or champagne for the sparkling apple cider.
Black Currant Champagne
Recipe: Black Currant Champagne
Black Currant Champagne is as simple as filling a glass with equal parts Champagne and black currant nectar. Don't forget to garnish this spritzer with fresh blackberries.
Recipe: Mint-Champagne Shrub
Shrub cocktails get their tart pucker from vinegar.