Our bubbly update on the classic Champagne cocktail features a piece of candied ginger rather than a bitters-saturated sugar cube.
Cranberry Champagne Cocktail
A twist on the kir royale, this sparkling cocktail calls for homemade cranberry sauce instead of the traditional creme de cassis.
Bringing together tart and sweet, floral and fruity, this refreshing concoction owes its origin to the elderflower liqueur. Perfect for a summer get-together, it's guaranteed to delight.
Originated in Venice, Italy, this Champagne cocktail has become one of the most popular brunch drinks of all time. It's best made with fresh peach puree.
Blood Orange Champagne Cocktails
The blood-orange juice turns what would ordinarily be a mimosa into a lovely ruby-tinted cocktail.
Raise a glass to sunny days and balmy nights with this refreshing champagne-and-fruit cocktail.
Basil French 75
All kinds of cocktails perk up when herbs are added to the mix. The key to extracting the herbs' flavors and fragrant oils is muddling -- done with a traditional bar tool (that's similar to a mortar and pestle but gentler on delicate leaves) or the end of a wooden spoon. Try these cocktails: Mint-Ginger Caipiroska, Cilantro Negroni, Tequila-Thyme Lemonade
Sparkling, tart, and the prettiest shade of blush, these sparklers are -- dare we say -- more enticing than a plain old mimosa.