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27 Champagne Cocktails: Mexican 75 & More! 🍸

Try a few of these 27 festive and creative champagne cocktails at your upcoming party if you can’t decide what to make and serve. 

Whether you’re popping bottles for New Year’s Eve, a birthday, or big wins at work, a glass of champagne makes celebrations a lot more festive. 

But why stop at just a glass of champagne when you can turn it into a delicious cocktail?

Combine the fun, sparkly flavors of champagne with fruit juices, liqueurs, and more to create a truly unique drink.

I have listed 27 of my favorites below, so all you have to do is pick one (or a few!) and start celebrating.

But before we get to the list, let’s talk about champagne first.

Strictly speaking, champagne can only come from the Champagne region of France.

The cool climate and chalky soil in this area produce grapes that are high in acidity, which is essential for sparkling wine.

Champagne is made using a traditional method known as methode champenoise, or méthode traditionnelle.

In short, it’s all very complicated and takes a long time.

But these days, you can find bubbly wines that are similar to champagne but produced outside of France.

These are often called sparkling wines, and they can be made from any type of grape.

If you’re pressed for time, or budget, or just want to try something different, feel free to experiment with sparkling wine from all over the world.

But to truly get that champagne experience, having the real deal is the way to go.

Now that we’ve got that out of the way, let’s talk about cocktails!

Here are 27 of my favorite champagne cocktails for any occasion.

Try out #24 at your next brunch get-together!

It has been said before—champagne is a lot like liquified fairy dust.

There’s something about its delicate bubbles and light, refreshing flavor that just makes us feel special.

That’s why I love this recipe for Sparkling Champagne Margaritas.

It takes the classic margarita and gives it a festive twist by adding champagne.

If you’re looking for a refreshment that’s both delicious and beautiful, this is the one for you.

Starbursts are a surprising way to add a little sweetness to your champagne.

Made with just two ingredients: champagne and Starburst candy.

These fun and festive drinks will be popular at your upcoming party.

Simply place a piece of Starburst candy in the bottom of each flute and fill it with champagne.

The candy will dissolve and add a delicious burst of flavor to your drink.

This alcoholic beverage is an excellent way to enjoy the flavors of summer all year long.

Made with pineapple juice, coconut rum, and grenadine, this drink is sure to put a smile on your face.

And it’s a surefire way to get your party started!

Ernest Hemingway had a lot of opinions on life, writing, and, of course, alcohol.

And one of his most famous drinks was Death In The Afternoon.

It’s a simple but lethal mix of absinthe and champagne.

A few sips of this, and you’ll definitely understand why it’s named as it is.

For the lover of classic boozy creations, this Old-Fashioned blend will hit the right spot.

Simple but oh so delicious—be sure to make this when you want to impress your friends with your bartending skills.

The end result is a sophisticated and unique drink that’s sure to please.

Of course, no brunch with friends would be complete without a few Mimosas.

This classic champagne mix is made with orange juice and champagne, and it’s the perfect way to start your day.

It’s just the right blend of sweet and tart, and it’s sure to put a smile on your face.

An extra dainty and feminine take on the classic Margarita, this Pink Champagne Margarita is awesome for brunch or a ladies’ night in.

It’s made with tequila, triple sec, and pink champagne, and garnished with a pretty pink rose petal.

But while it looks delicate, this drink packs a serious punch.

So be careful—it’s easy to gulp down too many of these!

This Strawberry Champagne Cocktail is the perfect way to enjoy fresh strawberries.

It combines strawberries, champagne, and a splash of lime juice, then finishes off with a strawberry slice.

It’s a fun and festive refreshment that’s perfect for any occasion.

Another delicious strawberry champagne cocktail, this Strawberry Cream Mimosa is made with strawberries, champagne, and a dollop of whipped cream.

It’s the perfect beverage for those who like their champagne on the sweeter side.

And it’s garnished with a strawberry slice, giving it an extra touch of sweetness.

This Cotton Candy Champagne Cocktail is sure to be a hit with the kids at heart.

It mixes champagne and cotton candy flavor syrup, then topped with a piece of cotton candy.

Bubbly and sweet—you’re going to love this drink!

Whiskey, champagne, and raspberry liqueur are featured in this boozy mix.

This bubbly beverage is on the sweeter side, with a touch of bitterness from the whiskey.

The comforting flavors of apple cider, nutmeg, and cinnamon are paired with champagne in this tasty concoction.

It’s a great fall blend and perfect for sipping by the fire.

These Champagne Slushies are the perfect way to cool down on a hot summer day.

They’re made with champagne and frozen strawberries for a revitalizing treat—fruity, icy, and refreshing!

If you’re a fan of bourbon, you’ll love this one.

This bubbly drink is made with bourbon, lemon juice, and champagne.

It’s a tart and refreshing blend that you and your friends enjoy.

For a floral and slightly tangy tall glass of refreshment, try this French 77.

It features an elderflower liqueur, lemon juice, champagne, and a lemon twist garnish.

A delicate and delicious drink, this one is perfect for brunch or a springtime gathering.

Another floral twist to the classic bubbly, this recipe calls for lavender syrup, blackberries, and lemon juice with your choice of sparkler.

Each glorious sip is like taking a walk through a lavender field on a warm spring day.

A sparkly twist on the Moscow Mule, this Blood Orange Champagne Mule is made with blood orange juice, lime juice, vodka, ginger beer, and champagne.

You’re going to want to make a pitcher of these for your next party.

This drink is for the true connoisseur.

It’s made with St Germain elderflower liqueur, champagne, gin, and lemon.

It’s a sophisticated and well-rounded cocktail that’s perfect for sipping on a special occasion.

This classic French creation is made with crème de cassis and champagne.

It’s a two-ingredient, elegant drink that’s perfect for any celebration.

Choose a bottle of good quality champagne for this one so that the flavor of the bubbly can shine through.

This eye-catching cocktail is made with Midori melon liqueur, cinnamon schnapps, and champagne.

It’s a quirky, fun drink that’s perfect for Halloween or any other festive occasion.

This is a mouthwatering blend of sweetness and spice.

Plus, a garnish of pomegranate seeds makes it look as good as it tastes.

For a tangy champagne cocktail, try this Sour Apple Champagne Cocktail.

This one is a tart and refreshing way to enjoy your bubbly.

It’s made with sour apple schnapps, champagne, vanilla vodka, and triple sec to sweeten the deal.

When this beverage is served, a good time is sure to be had.

It’s made with tequila, lime juice, agave syrup, and champagne.

It’s a south-of-the-border twist on the classic French 75.

This one is a childhood favorite with a grown-up spin.

It’s made with orange sherbet, champagne, and fresh oranges.

The perfect summertime dessert, this float is sure to please.

This holiday cocktail is made with pomegranate juice, syrup, pomegranate seeds, and champagne.

It’s a festive and delicious way to celebrate the season.

This classic Italian cocktail is made with strawberries, lime juice, and champagne.

It’s a mixology favorite that’s perfect for any occasion.

This refreshing blend of mint, lime, and champagne is the summer beverage you didn’t know you needed.

It’s a flavorful twist on the classic mojito that’s sure to please.

The bottom line

These go-to bubbly drinks will make any gathering feel like a celebration.

So, pop the champagne and mix up one of these delectable drinks for your next special occasion.

Your guests will be impressed, and you’ll surely enjoy yourself too.

Cheers to a good time!

Festive Champagne Cocktails

Festive Champagne Cocktails

Try a few of these 27 festive and creative champagne cocktails at your upcoming party if you can't decide what to make and serve.

Ingredients

  • Sparkling Champagne Margaritas
  • Starburst Champagne Cocktails
  • Tropical Champagne Cocktail
  • Death In The Afternoon
  • Old-Fashioned Champagne Cocktail
  • Mimosa
  • Pink Champagne Margarita
  • Strawberry Champagne
  • Strawberry Cream Mimosa
  • Cotton Candy Champagne Cocktail
  • Whiskey Champagne Cocktail
  • Apple Cider Champagne Cocktail
  • Champagne Slushies
  • Bourbon & Bubbles Cocktail
  • French 77 Cocktail
  • Lavender Syrup Blackberry Cocktail
  • Blood Orange Champagne Mule
  • St Germain Champagne Cocktail
  • Kir Royal
  • Green Midori
  • Pomegranate Ginger Champagne Cocktail
  • Sour Apple Champagne Cocktail
  • Mexican 75
  • Orange Sherbet Champagne Float
  • Christmas Champagne Cocktail
  • Strawberry Bellini Champagne Cocktail
  • Champagne Mojitos

Instructions

  1. Find your favorite recipe from our Champagne Cocktails list.
  2. Gather all the ingredients needed.
  3. Start mixing and make us proud!

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