"This is a nice holiday cocktail. We always serve this at our Christmas Eve open house. It has such a nice taste!!" — scrapinkate
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1 1/2 tablespoons
This cocktail is really delicious and festive. I prepare by first adding about 1/4 cup of cranberry juice then add the champagne and top with a few cranberries.?
This recipe is even better if you add 1/2 oz of Cointreau or Triple Sec to kick it up a notch.
I really enjoyed this beverage! I made it on Christmas Eve and of course, Christmas morning for my family and everyone really enjoyed the tart cranberry flavor with the sweet sparkling champagne. TIP: Freeze the cranberries before adding them to your glass to keep the drink even colder! Enjoy!
I did 1/2 oz. triple sec, 3 oz. cranberry juice cocktail and filled remainder of glass with champagne and bought fresh cranberries and put in bottom of glasses. A great way to kick off a Holiday gathering!
Great cocktail! To make it look pretty, drop a single cranberry into the champange flute before pouring in the champagne and cranberry juice. Adds some color and looks beautiful.
I love this recipe, I call it cran-pagne, I top it of with a few frozen cranberries, and I small bundle of fresh mint for that real holiday look.
I made these for New Year's Eve and they are very good! I added a splash of triple sec too. A maraschino cherry topped off the drink.
My guests at a Christmas Brunch LOVED them! Thanks for a nice alternative to Mimosas.
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