Every week we pull together some great Canadian recipes from Canadian food bloggers around the web featuring one main ingredient or dish. This week, we want you to celebrate with some bubbles with 7 Champagne Cocktails!

7 Champagne Cocktails | Food Bloggers of Canada

Bubbles and celebration go hand in hand and, when the year is coming to an end, nothing beats a delicious cocktail that incorporates some sparkling wine.

Whether you use a true French Champagne, or substitute it with a locally made sparkling wine, the very moment you sip and feel that scintillating sensation in your mouth, you'll know it's party time! If you want to try a great Canadian sparkling wine this holiday season, check out Nova Scotia's Benjamin Bridge winery.

Whether you celebrate New Year's Eve with a tiara on your head or in your PJs you can't let the night go by without a little bit of fizz - so go ahead, take a look and get inspired by the ideas below and celebrate the New Year like the superstar you are!

Champagne Cocktails

By Food Bloggers of Canada

  • Lychee Green Tea Fizz

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    This [Lychee Green Tea Fizz](https://www.mykitchenlove.com/lychee-green-tea-fizz/) is a slam dunk for New Year’s celebrations. Lychee liquor, some grenadine for colour, Iced Green Tea, and Prosecco or other sparkling wine for that fizzy feel good NYE vibe. From **My Kitchen Love**.

  • French 75

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    This remixed version of the classic cocktail [French 75](http://tasteandtipple.ca/french-75/#French75) adds notes of rosemary, ginger, and honey to build complexity in this crowd-pleasing tipple. From **Taste and Tipple**.

  • The Lilac Violet Wedding Cocktail

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    This [Lilac Violet Wedding Cocktail](https://cultureatz.com/lilac-violet-wedding-cocktail/) is the perfect toasting bubbly for the newlyweds (especially for those getting married during the holidays) with refreshing floral notes, a zesty touch of lemon, all perfectly balanced with just a few tears of maple syrup. From **CulturEatz**.

  • Classic Champagne Cocktail

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    A [Classic Champagne Cocktail](https://domesticdreamboat.com/classic-champagne-cocktail/) is simply sparkling wine with the addition of a sugar cube doused with bitters and a twist of lemon zest. Yum! From **Domestic Dreamboat**.

  • Christmas Pear Champagne Cocktail

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    In this [Christmas Pear Champagne Cocktail](https://www.saltandlavender.com/christmas-pear-champagne-cocktail/), Poire Williams is added to champagne or sparkling wine to create a delicious drink. Simple, different, and luxe! From **Salt and Lavender**.

  • Champagne Cocktail

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    This [Champagne Cocktail](https://www.theendlessmeal.com/celebrating-with-a-champagne-cocktail/) is made with a splash of orange juice, Grand Mariner and orange bitters. It's delicious and refreshing and perfect for brunch. From **The Endless Meal**.

  • Champagne Bellini

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    Peach schnapps and champagne are all you need to make this bubbly and sweet [Champagne Bellini](http://www.hotstuff.recipes/recipes/drink/champagne-bellini/). A great cocktail to celebrate! From **Hot Stuff Recipes**.

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