Post # 1
Anyone have a good recipe for a champagne cocktail? Something to use as a signature cocktail for an outdoor spring wedding? Something that would look pretty and taste great! (I’m partial to pineapple, watermellon, strawberry, raspberry, peach and pear.) Thanks!
Post # 3
One of my favorite things to do in the whole world is get a scoop of rainbow sherbert, put it in a glass, and pour champagne over it. Don’t know if that’s really what you’re looking for though lol. Hope you figure it out!
Post # 4
wild berry syrup with champage–yummy
Post # 5
olya- I don’t even know what wild berry syrup is! Is it a standard drink syrup? I’d like something that’s sweet but not overpoweringly sweet.
Post # 6
i don’t know if it’s a standard drink syrup.. there’s a restaurant in ny called casimir [(212) 358-9683] i was looking through their drink menu and didn’t see anything i liked and told the waitress that i wanted a champagne cocktail that was sweet, but not too sweet and she came back with that–everytime i go back, i get it now–the bartender told me it was a wild berry syrup. if you’re interested, give them a call and ask
Post # 7
how about some sort of bellini?
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Post # 9
You might want to check out our recipe for frozen strawberry mimosas, at this link.
Post # 10
Bellinis are so yummy.
Also, a classic champagne drink is a Cham Cham – champagne and Chambord (raspberry liqueur). Raspberry, bubbly, and a pretty pink color! (extra points for floating a few fresh raspberries in it)
Another fave of mine is champagne and pear juice. No cute name that I know of, but very yummy.
Post # 11
Another vote for bellinis! They are my favourite. YUM.
Post # 12
A little Rasberry vodka, champagne, and a few frozen rasberries. I have served it at several parties and everyone loves it.
Post # 13
You can find all sorts of flavors or fruit nectar at the gorcery store (usually in the mexican/ethnic aisle). Just put a teaspoon in the bottom of the glass and add champage. It is a sweetener and adds great flavor and some color. I love the stawberry! It’s cheap, easy, and yummy!
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Here are a couple really fun, old-school champagne drinks:
A Kir Royale is an old french cocktail made with creme de cassis (blackcurrant liqueur) and champagne. It’s unique, sweet, and a pretty purple color. It’s garnished with a twist of lemon.
A French 75. It’s a cocktail made from cognac OR gin (I like mine with Hendrick’s gin), champagne, lemon juice, and sugar. This is also garnished with a twist of lemon. It’s a drink that has been around since WW1 and it’s SO good. It doesn’t have a huge alcohol flavor to it.
You can find the recipies online.
Post # 16
i love a little pomegrante juice and champagne 🙂