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New Year’s Eve usually features plenty of champagne. If you’re looking to ring in the New Year with a little extra kick, consider upping your drink game with one of these four champagne cocktails.

French 75

Remarkably smooth, the French 75 features a mixture of champagne, gin, lemon juice and simple syrup. Drink this one slowly. While delicious, it’ll definitely sneak up on you.

Master The Classics: French 75

The French 75 is one of the most iconic champagne cocktail out there. Of course as with most drinks, it's history is murky and there are at least two version...


Champagne Margarita

It’s like a mini-margarita topped with champagne. What’s not to love?!

Champagne Margarita | Cocktails

It's time to add some sparkle to your margaritas! These Champagne Margaritas are guaranteed to be your new favorite drink. They're perfectly sweet and sour a...


Black Velvet

A Black Velvet is a mix of Irish Stout beer and a brut champagne. Definitely a great champagne cocktail for beer lovers!

How To Make a Guinness Proper Black Velvet | Drinks Made Easy

How to make a proper black velvet by Drinks Made Easy. The "proper" Black Velvet was created at the Brooks Club in London in 1861 to mourn the death of Queen...



A Barbotage is a mixture of cognac and orange liqueur topped with a brut champagne. Garnished with a lemon peal, it’s a perfect mixture of fizzy citrus goodness.

Barbotage Cocktail - #befreixenet

Welcome to the #befreixenet Cocktail Edition!We show you how to make a beautifully simple cocktail - the Barbotage. With Freixenet Cordon Negro, orange lique...

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