Champagne Cocktails

December 31, 2013 by  

Champagne Cocktails, Champagne has become a universal symbol of celebration. From the pop of the cork to the convivial flute clinking and mouth-tickling fizziness, the entire experience of the carbonated French wine (and its sparkling doppelgängers) is a sensorial party.

Package all of that with its opulent connotation and it’s no wonder the good-life vino is the official drink of New Year’s Eve. But when the midnight countdown starts on Tuesday it doesn’t have to be the only thing in your glass.

Champagne and sparkling white wines have found their way into cocktails for more than 150 years. So if you’re looking for a toasting alternative while you’re out on the town, try one of these bubbled-up signature drinks.

Trinidad 75 at Marvel Bar

In lieu of ringing in the year with a starlit Caribbean beach party, tundra-bound Twin Citians might achieve a similar mind state with this cabana-night sipper. Trinidad 75 is its own effervescent beast, but draws inspiration from classic Champagne cocktails the French 75 and the Kir Royale. Its piquant base of Angostura bitters (produced in Trinidad and Tobago) is sweetened and softened with orgeat and brightened with sparkling wine and a brisk lemony tartness. Plans were still coming together at press time, but the North Loop cocktail cave will also feature a special Champagne and sparkling drinks menu on NYE.

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