5 Champagne Cocktails for New Year’s Eve

Let’s face it — it’s just not New Year’s Eve without champagne. Everything from popping the cork to pouring out the bubbles like the perfect way to welcome in a new year. We’ve put together a list of a few new favorite champagne cocktails to spice up this festive beverage. Take a look at the recipes and serving suggestions below!

bar3 1. Sparkling Bees Knees

1 oz Tanqueray® London Dry Gin
.5 oz fresh lemon juice
.75 oz honey
1 oz champagne


Directions: Pour the gin and lemon into a champagne flute. Stir in honey until incorporated, then top with champagne. Garnish with a lemon peel, expressed and discarded. We suggest serving it in one of our Caroline Stemware Flutes:

caroline stemware

2. Not a Snowball’s Chance Punch

8 oz Tanqueray® London Dry Gin
4 oz vanilla liqueur
6 oz fresh lime juice
4 oz simple syrup
8 oz cold water
.5 oz bitters
Splash of champagne

Directions: Combine all ingredients into a punch bowl, and top with champagne until the bowl is full. Garnish with cinnamon sticks and lemon peels — serves 12.

We suggest serving it in our PB Classic Glass Punch Bowl with PB Classic Pint Glasses on the side:


3. Black Velvet

3.25 oz Guinness® Draught in Can
3.25 oz champagne


Directions: Fill a champagne flute with equal parts Guinness Stout and champagne or sparkling wine.

We suggest serving it in our Library Stemware Flute:


4. Bitter Amoré

4 oz Stellina di Notte® Prosecco
.5 oz Italian bitters
.5 oz lemon juice

Directions: Combine juice and bitters with ice in a shaker. Strain into a chilled champagne flute, top with prosecco and garnish with cranberries.

We suggest using our Antique Silver Cocktail Shaker and serving it in a chilled Corsica Stemware Flute:


5. Stylish Stellina

4 oz Stellina di Notte® Prosecco
.5 oz Cherry Brandy

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Directions: Combine both ingredients in a chilled champagne flute and garnish with a cherry. We suggest using our Schott Zwiesel Stemware Flute:

schott zwiesel

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