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New Years Eve Cocktail Recipes

New Years Eve Cocktail Recipes

Celebrate the New Year with a delicious selection of fruity champagne based cocktails. These cocktail recipes are simple to follow, only require a few ingredients and look fantastic – the perfect drinks for a New Years Eve party.

…And if you really wanted to get the party started have a go at making our champagne jello shots!

Framboise Spritzer Cocktail Recipe

framboise spritzer cocktail recipe

Ingredients

  • 10 tablespoons framboise
  • 20 teaspoons lime juice
  • Champagne
  • Raspberries

Instructions

Put ice in 10 champagne flutes. Then, pour 1 tbsp of framboise into each glass. Add 2 tsp of lime juice before filling each glass with champagne. Decorate with fresh strawberries.

Vanilla Sugar Plum Cocktail Recipe

vanilla sugar plum cocktail recipe

Ingredients

  • ¼ of a fresh plum
  • ½ ounce vanilla simple syrup
  • champagne to top
  • sugar for the rim
  • thin plum slice for garnish (frozen for 30 mins so it floats)

Instructions

Dip the rim of the glass into a sugar/water solution and then into the sugar for a sugary rim. Prepare the vanilla simple syrup and transfer to a cocktail shaker with the plum chunk. Crush the plum into the syrup using a muddler. Use a mini fine mesh strainer to strain the mixture into your cocktail glass. Top with champagne and the frozen plum slice.

Champagne Jello Shots Recipe

champagne jello shots recipe

Ingredients

  • a 3 oz box of jello
  • 1 cup chilled champagne
  • 1 cup boiling water
  • Fresh strawberries (optional)

Instructions

Add 1 cup of boiling water to the gelatin mix and stir until the gelatin dissolves completey. Leave the mixture to cool to room temperature. Once cooled, pour in the cup of chilled champagne stirring continually. Pour the mixture into a shallow pan. You can now add fresh starwberries to the mixture and then leave to refrigerate until firm (about 4 hours). When the jello is firm, place the bottom of the pan into hot water and the jello should slide out. Cut into shot pieces and decorate with sugar!

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