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If you’re sick of serving plain old Champagne at your New Year’s Eve party, try adding an unexpected twist by making them into a cocktail with fruits and flavored liquers!

Raspberry Bellini

1. Muddle the raspberries (6), sugar (2 tsp) and lime juice (just a dash) in a cocktail shaker.

2. Fill with ice and add the Leblon cachaca (2 oz)

3. Shake vigorously.

4. Strain into a Champagne flute.

5. Top with Champagne.

Mandarin Cocktail

Pour mandarin liqueur (1 oz) into a champagne flute; top with champagne (4 oz). Twist clementine peel over glass and gently drop into cocktail.

Amore Frizzante

1. Pour the Van Gogh vodka (1 oz), GranGala Triple Orange Liquer (1/2 oz) and peach nectar (1/2 oz) into a cocktail shaker filled with ice.

2. Shake well.

3. Strain into a Champagne flute.

4. Top with Prosecco sparkling wine.

5. Garnish with a slice of peach and two raspberries.

Party Mimosa

Stir together apricot-mango nectar (12 oz), pineapple juice (12 oz), cold water (3/4 cup), and orange juice concentrate (6 oz) in a large pitcher until combined. Pour in bottle of sparkling wine (750 ml) just before serving.

Annex Theater Champagne Cocktail

Place the sugar cube (1) into a Champagne flute, and drop the Angostura bitters (just a dash) onto the sugar. Fill the flute with Champagne (5 oz), and serve. Do not stir.

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