Champagne Limoncello Cocktail Recipe

Raspberry, Limoncello and Prosecco Cooler is a cocktail made with a combination of Italian ingredients. Prosecco and Limoncello create a true delight for all the senses. Addition of rasberries and fresh mint garnish make for a truly … Read more

Sparkling Pomegranate Champagne Cocktail

This pretty looking cocktail, the Sparkling Pomegranate Champagne, is as delicious as it looks. Its attractiveness comes from the abundance of pomegranate seeds, which look lovely floating in among all the bubbles. It is the … Read more

How To Make Pear Champagne Cocktail

If you are planning a New Year’s Eve party and you’re looking for a cocktail which is delicious, but wont leave your guests with a raging hangover, then this is the recipe for you. Created … Read more

How To Make Frozen Peach Champagne Cocktail

Slushies are a favorite of almost all kids, but the icy treats don’t have to stop when childhood ends. This frozen peach champagne has all the tantalizing sweetness you’ll remember from your younger days, with … Read more

How To Make Grapefruit Flirtini

The Grapefruit Flirtini champagne cocktail is a tart twist on the original Flirtini of Sex & the City fame. With its pink hue and palate-tickling taste, this drink will be right at home at any … Read more

How To Make Kumquat Champagne Cocktail

If you’re looking for a slightly special cocktail to celebrate a festive occasion, you can’t go wrong with this incredibly easy and refreshing kumquat champagne cocktail. This is the ideal cocktail to make if you’re … Read more

How To Make Persimmon Champagne Cocktail

This lovely cocktail is made using the Fuyu Persimmon fruit. The seasonal orange fruit, native to East Asia, is rich in vitamin A, potassium, magnesium and fiber. They also contain shibuol and betulinic acid, which … Read more

Spiced Apple Cider

Spiced Apple Cider is a champagne cocktail that is scrumptious, fresh tasting and simple.

Cider is a drink that is suited to all times of the year. The addition of champagne takes this relatively low cost beverage and transforms it into a drink fit for the best of festive celebrations.

As far as champagne cocktails go, this is one of the easiest, yet it works superbly and tastes divine. It’s one to serve when you want to be free to spend time with your guests, instead of tending bar.

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Raspberry Black Pepper Champagne Cocktail

Black pepper may seem like a bizarre addition to not-so-savoury cocktail, but the peppered rim is one of the most enjoyable parts of this cocktail. Coupled with the viscous raspberry purée, you might almost forget you’re drinking a cocktail at all!

Frozen raspberries work just as well as fresh raspberries in this recipe, which means this delectable cocktail can be enjoyed all year round. You can even switch out the freshly squeezed orange juice for a store-bought alternative, though you should reduce the syrup in the recipe if you take this route.

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Mint Champagne Cocktail

The Mint Champagne cocktail is a very nice twist on the plain champagne that you serve on those special occasions, to those special people in your life. There is something about the combination of mint and alcohol that screams of the 1920s, an era of glamour, glitz and The Great Gatsby.

This is a lovely, simple and uncomplicated tipple. It is both stylish and enjoyable, an ideal choice of cocktail for those very special celebrations, or, in fact, for any occasion that you’d like to inject some elegance in to.

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Champagne Apple Punch

When people think of punch being ‘spiked’, it’s rarely spiked with something as delicious as champagne. This champagne apple punch is a perfectly boozy drink for a get-together with family or friends. The unsweetened apple juice and brut champagne create a dry and fresh bite that livens up the atmosphere at any party.

The key to the apple and orange garnish is to slice the fruits very thinly so they float on the surface. Place some of them in the pitcher and add a few to each glass as you serve. It’s best to cut the fruits immediately before service to avoid browning, but if you must do it in advance, coating the slices in lemon juice should reduce this problem

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