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Easy Champagne Cocktail Ideas



Easy Champagne Cocktail Ideas

When we think of festive party drinks, the first thing we think of is Champagne.


After all, what's better than bringing in the New Year, or raising a glass at end of year parties, while toasting the people around you with a fabulous glass of bubbly? For those who aren’t really into straight-up fizz, there are plenty of ways to add a twist.

Try mixing with other flavours and liqueurs to open up a variety of fun festive drinks; for example, a splash of blood-orange juice, Campari, Chambord, or even lemon sorbet....

Plus, it's way more of a celebration to ring in the new year while drinking something that looks just as awesome as it tastes, right? Bye bye boring Champagne...

We’ve listed some of our favourite Champagne cocktails below which are all super easy to make and work well with sparkling wine, prosecco or cava if you'd prefer a slightly cheaper alternative and wish to leave Champagne to the purists.

So whether you need to make a large bowl of punch for a giant party or you want to do something a little more sophisticated, we've got you covered.

1. Mojito Royale with Champagne


For a fresh, minty experience, try a Mojito Royale. Shake together one shot of white rum, a generous squeeze of fresh lime juice, a dash of sugar syrup and a few mint leaves with ice (that’s the Mojito part); strain it into a glass, top up with fizz, and garnish with a sprig of mint.

2. Clementine and Champagne Bellini


For a citrusy, Christmas-y twist on the Bellini (which is one-third peach juice or nectar with two-thirds Prosecco), try a Clementine Bellini. Just substitute the peach with the juice from freshly squeezed clementine’s and add a shot of Cointreau, before topping up with chilled fizz.

3. Pomegranate and Orange Prosecco Punch


A Prosecco punch is great for a New Year's Eve party because a) it's so easy to serve and b) a cost-effective way to cater for large numbers. These ice-cubes are filled with mint leaves and pomegranate seeds, which add flavour as they melt.

Ingredients: 1 cup pomegranate seeds, separated, ½ cup mint leaves, 4 cups pomegranate juice 3 cups orange juice, ½ cup orange-flavored liqueur such as Grand Marnier, 2 bottles (750 ml) Champagne, Sparkling white wine or Prosecco such as Botegga, and 1 orange, sliced.

To make the ice cubes: Place 1-2 mint leaves in each space of an ice cube tray. Divide ¼ to ⅓ cup of the pomegranate seeds among the ice cube spaces. Fill with water and freeze for 4 hours or longer, until solid. Mix the pomegranate juice, orange juice and orange liqueur in a large punch bowl over the ice cubes. Add the champagne and stir. Add slices of orange juice and the remaining pomegranate seeds to the juice and serve. Add more mint leaves as garnish if desired.

4. Pear and Cranberry Champagne


Both pear and cranberry are classic winter flavours, making this the perfect drink for the holiday season. The rosemary sprigs on top make this cocktail even more festive. Mix 2 parts sparkling wine to 1 part each pear nectar and cranberry juice. Add a dash of orange bitters (optional). Garnish with a sprig of rosemary and fresh cranberries.

5. The Quickest Prosecco Cocktail: Aperol Spritz


For the quickest and easiest sparkling aperitivo, mix two parts Aperol with three parts chilled Prosecco. Add a splsh of soda anw slice of orange. Easy. Plus, millions of Italians can’t be wrong...