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Sometimes you need something a little festive - and every day is worth celebrating with champagne!

But sometimes you want to mix it up a little as well - after all, a lady can't live on champagne alone. So why not add a champagne cocktail to the mix - from the traditional standbys to the contemporary twists on the classics, there are plenty of options. Here are some of our favorites:


A combination of champagne or prosecco with peach nectar makes for a fruity Italian twist on the standard flute of champagne. Garnish with strawberries or blueberries along with a slice of peach for extra color and flavor. 

French 75

Champagne with gin, lemon juice, and a dash of simple syrup results in a classic cocktail that will lend a touch of old school glamour to your evening.

Kir Royale

This classic French apértif features créme de cassis topped off with champagne. Here's how to make it and add a bit of Parisian style to your day. 

Classic Champagne Cocktail

If Martha Stewart recommends it, it's certainly a good thing! Here's how she combines bitters, a sugar cube, cognac, and champagne for a perfect libation. 

San Remo

Champagne plus triple sec, mandarin liqueur, and grapefruit juice makes for refreshing citrus twist on the traditional. Garnish it with slices of orange for an added flourish. 

Black Velvet

A one to one combination of stout (Guinness is the classic choice) and champagne makes for a surprisingly delicious high-low beverage

Ginger Fizz

This sparkling mocktail might be the perfect choice, with its blend of ginger syrup, fresh lime juice, and sparkling water. 

Blackberry Lavender Champagne Cocktail

Blackberry and lavender make a fabulous combination; add champagne, and you have an elegant and visually stunning cocktail that will help you start evening off right. 


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