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New Year's Champagne Cocktail: Nutella Champagne Shooter

Serious Eats Kerry Saretsky 5 comments

For me, nothing is as naughty as Nutella, which I eat with a spoon, straight from the jar. No need to mess around. This Champagne shooter is a small liquorish tribute to my sweet indulgence: chocolate and hazelnut liqueurs tempered with the bright-eyed, winking sparkle of Champagne. More

New Year's Champagne Cocktail: The Kir Royale du Bois

Serious Eats Kerry Saretsky 4 comments

This renovation of the classic black currant French Champagne cocktail is triple-spiked: Champagne, crème de mure (a blackberry liqueur), and berry vodka are tempered with a purée of fresh blackberries. As you drink, the buoyant blackberry descends lower into your flute; how apropos. More

New Year's Champagne Cocktail: The Toasted Almond

Serious Eats Kerry Saretsky 12 comments

Here's another New Year's Eve Champagne cocktail. Want more? Drink up! When I was little, I used to insist that my mother keep our freezer stocked with Good Humor's Toasted Almond ice cream bars. Let the other kids play with... More

New Year's Champagne Cocktail: The Chic French 75

Serious Eats Kerry Saretsky 2 comments

his French 75 uses sugar cubes to add a touch of exhibitionism to a New Year's cocktail party. Pass a tray of these lemon and gin and Champagne cocktails around, and as each guest picks one up, drop a sugar cube or two into their flute. More

New Year's Champagne Cocktail: The Wintergreen

Serious Eats Kerry Saretsky 3 comments

Recall the season of the snowmen as you celebrate around a toasty fire with this wintergreen cocktail. Champagne is mixed with sweet mint syrup and crème de menthe, and crowned with a mint-green wreath of mint sugar. Cool. More

New Year's Champagne Cocktail: The Shirley Temple, All Grown Up

Serious Eats Kerry Saretsky 3 comments

This cocktail is an alcoholic homage to my youthful libation: Grenadine is replaced with sweet cherry brandy, Sprite or ginger ale with Champagne, and the crowning glory, the Maraschino cherry, ousted by a blushing fresh, tart, and real substitute. This cocktail proves that sometimes child stars do make something of themselves once they grow up. More

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