Ring in the new year with this raspberry champagne cocktail! You’ll love this cocktail that includes flavored liqueur and vodka. Cheers!
How do you feel about the new year? Are you going to miss 2019 . . . or are you ready to say “Bye Felicia” and move on as quickly as possible?
No matter which way you feel, I’ve got a champagne drink you’re going to love, with a special addition: tasty raspberry liqueur that adds the perfect flavor to this cocktail.
I’ve toasted the new year many times with a plain ol’ glass of champagne, but I’m one of those people ready to let 2020 go bye-bye as quickly as possible so I think it’s time to do something different.
I’m really excited about 2021, because I have a plan. And I know plans don’t always work out the way you think, but it feels good to have goals. I didn’t have them for 2020 so I ended up feeling a little lost.
This champagne drink is for everyone, but it’s particularly for people like me who are ready for the new year to begin.
Who are hopeful for the possibilities.
Who acknowledge that 2020 kinda sucked and they are moving on.
Cheers and happy new year!
Raspberry Champagne Cocktail
Ingredients: (one serving)
- 1 ounce of vodka
- 1 ounce of raspberry liqueur
- Champagne or sparkling wine, chilled
- Fresh raspberries for garnishing
I’m not the girl to ask about champagnes to use for this cocktail – I don’t have a sophisticated palette necessarily. So what I do is let the experts choose!
I love the list from Town & Country here. What I really love is that there is a $10 bottle of Mumm’s on the list. You can get fancy if you choose, but you can also buy a simply delicious and inexpensive brand to use in the cocktail.
To start, drop a couple of raspberries into the glasses. Pour the vodka into each glass.
Top it up with the sparkling wine/champagne, but leave some room for the raspberry liqueur.
Once the bubbles settle down, pour in the raspberry liqueur. If you have a swizzle stick, you can stir lightly.
ENJOY! Trust me, it’s going to be impossible not to.
- 1 oz vodka
- 1 oz raspberry liqueur
- 14 oz champagne or sparkling wine, (chilled)
- 8 raspberries, (for garnish)
- Drop a couple of raspberries into the glasses, and pour the vodka into it.
- Top it up with the sparkling wine/champagne with some room for the raspberry liqueur.
- Once the bubbles settle down, pour in the raspberry liqueur. Cheers!
Serving Size:1 serving
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 250Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 14mgCarbohydrates: 13gFiber: 1gSugar: 8gProtein: 0g
If you try this raspberry champagne cocktail and enjoyed it, let me know in the comments! I’d a