Champagne Cocktails for New Years Eve

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Champagne Cocktails for New Years Eve
Bubbles are not just for kids. 

No matter how old we get, we seem to continue to love bubbles. The fun of the inevitable pop holds our attention time and time again, the thrill of miniature air explosions exciting those of all ages. Our popular love for Champagne is a perfect example.

Despite this endless love affair with the things, we older children often refrain from playing with our bubbles through the majority of the year, instead saving them all for the exciting winter holiday season. 

So what's more fun than drinking the bubbly itself? Well, as kids around the world have shown us, playing with that bubbly of course! So have a little extra fun this sparkling wine season and concoct some Champagne-based cocktails!

Read on for our five favorite Champagne-based cocktails!

Photo courtesy The Unseasoned Wok via Flickr/CC

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  • All GREAT cocktails! But allow me to propose a new twist on the venerable Black Velvet: half champagne, half stout (a good rich stout like Rasputin) & add a healthy dollop of Green Chartreuse as a floater. Call it a Kimba! Guaranteed a Happy New Year from Kim Milliner!

    Dec 29, 2011 at 1:39 PM


  • Snooth User: cmajka
    272535 11

    Maraschino cherry in a F75? hmm..i don't think so

    Dec 29, 2011 at 2:08 PM


  • Snooth User: gardenguru
    739439 18

    Maraschino cherry makes for great holiday color.

    I took the stale/unloved ones from Christmas Eve--diced 'em up and tossed them in a quality, smoked chile powder--then mixed them with chopped cilantro/herbs, for a visually stunning Xmas Day garnish!

    Dec 29, 2011 at 10:24 PM


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