Thoughts of champagne can only bring the fondest memories: a heartfelt toast at your best friend's wedding reception, a celebratory gulp straight from the bottle after your college graduation, clinking your glasses together for your first anniversary. Champagne, with its nose-tickling bubbles and just sweet enough taste, can lift the spirits like no other drink can.
Champagne is delicious and simplistic all on its own but champagne cocktails are the most popular drink to serve at just about any function. Classic champagne drink recipes combine all the elements of a perfect, light cocktail - sophistication and flavor. The giddiness after a few glasses is an absolute plus!
Have you ever popped a champagne cork right into someone's eye? Have you left your dates unimpressed by your corking skills? Read our five simple steps for popping champagne, and never be embarrassed again. Make sure that it's chilled and you serve it immediately–and that you show off your new skills at your next party! Read More
One sip of this and you'll start seeing in black and white! Pretend you're a 1930's film star as you sip this classic drink. Simply soak a sugar cube in Angostura bitters and let sit. Then, fill a frosted flute with champagne and pour in the sugary bitters. Garnish with a lemon twist if you're being extra fancy. Read More
Celebrations.com Expert Andrea Correale mixes up a light champagne cocktail that's bitter sweet. We love it for toasting with friends and family, but it's fresh flavor makes it a suitable sip all party long, too! Read More