3-Ingredient Champagne Cocktails
Your guests will never guess that the secret ingredient to this tangy and effervescent cocktail is lemonade. Combined with Champagne and some vanilla ice cream, this recipe was described by user House of Aqua as, "Very creamy, smooth, and tasty!" Use pink lemonade for an extra bright presentation.
Annex Theater Champagne Cocktail
Champagne is jazzed up in this recipe with the addition of a sugar cube and bitters. No stirring is required, so you'll be able to serve these cocktails with ease to thirsty guests. You can add a lemon or orange twist to be extra fancy.
Nectar of the Gods
The name says it all in this simple cocktail from The Jazz Chef. Agave adds sweetness while raspberry liqueur gives the drink a beautiful red hue. Serve in champagne flutes with a few fresh raspberries inside.
Kir Royale Cocktail
Black currants, while popular in Great Britain, aren't a prominent ingredient in the United States. By using a black currant-flavored liqueur in this cocktail recipe, you'll notice a deep flavor and color, while your guests will have no idea what the secret ingredient is.
A classic holiday cocktail, Poinsettias are named after the flower since the drink becomes such a similar color. Just a dash of cranberry juice is all you need to add, but some reviewers suggest mixing in a small amount of Triple Sec as well.