Sparkling Sips to Ring in the New Year

Holidays: New Year's
10 Sparkling Sips to Ring in the New Year

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December 22 2022


Bring on the bubbly! We've curated a list of our favorite sparkling cocktails and mocktails worthy of a midnight toast. From Rosé Cosmopolitans to Sparkling Cranberry-Pomegranate Juice and more, we guarantee you'll find your new favorite sip. Cheers!

  1. Grapefruit-Raspberry Mimosas

    Raise a New Year's Eve toast with a refreshing spin on a traditional mimosa. To make it a mocktail, replace the sparkling wine with club soda or sparkling water.

  2. Spicy Citrus Refresher

    This refreshing citrus mocktail is sure to boost your energy and spirits. Keep it as a mocktail, or add tequila for a little something special.

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  3. Rosé Cosmopolitan

    This Rosé Cosmopolitan is fancy and festive — exactly what a New Year's Eve sip should be. 

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  4. Strawberry Citrus Vodka Soda

    This cocktail features bold flavors of strawberry and citrus complemented with crisp vodka soda.

  5. French 75 Champagne Cocktail

    Ring in the New Year with a classic French 75 Champagne Cocktail — the Beard Behind the Bar on Helpful Smiles TV will show you how to make it.

  6. Champagne Margarita

    Champagne is a classic New Year's sip, which is why these Champagne Margaritas are perfect for the countdown.

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  7. Sparkling Cranberry-Pomegranate Juice

    Specialty drinks don't have to be boozy. That's why we're reaching for this Sparkling Cranberry-Pomegranate Juice recipe to celebrate.

  8. Brown Sugar Fig Bubbly

    The best part about this bubbly beverage is the homemade brown sugar-fig simple syrup.

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  9. Pomegranate and Cardamom Rosé Spritz

    Sip on this bubbly cocktail featuring rosé and citrus flavors mixed with cardamom.

  10. Strawberry-White Chocolate Cocktail

    This decadent dessert cocktail features Giuliana prosecco and is garnished with a white chocolate-drizzled strawberry. Cheers to that!