New Year’s Eve Cocktail


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2014 has been a special year, and we demand nothing but the best to celebrate the past and embrace New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day. Champagne is fine and dandy to celebrate on NYE, but we feel we need to go the extra mile (or the extra teaspoon if we want to get technical…) to make it the best night of the year.

For an added twist to your champagne, try adding a teaspoon of raspberry sorbet before serving. Easy, right? Yet, this small detail makes all the difference. The raspberry sorbet not only adds some color to the champagne, but it also gives extra flavor. Try passion fruit instead of raspberry if you’re feeling up to it. Better yet? Try them both.

Got the traditional covered with champagne? Check. Extra-flavor? Check. Easy to make? Check. Time to party, are you ready?

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Sorbet and Champagne Cocktail

[tabgroup layout=”horizontal”] [tab title=”Ingredients”]Chilled champagne or Prosecco

1 teaspoon raspberry Sorbet (for each drink you want to make)[/tab] [tab title=”Procedure”]1. Scoop raspberry sorbet into champagne flute.

2. Pour in champagne.

3. Drink up! [/tab] [tab title=”Notes”]Serves: As many as you wish

Difficulty: Easy

Time: 5 minutes[/tab] [/tabgroup]

Let us know how you’ll be spending New Year’s Eve in the comments below! Bottoms up! It’s time to ring in 2015.

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