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3 Great New Years Eve Cocktail Recipes

New Years Eve Cocktails

Here are three great New Years Eve cocktail recipes for your New Year’s Celebrations (or anytime of the year). Enjoy!

New Years Eve Cocktail RecipesPink Popper
:: Ingredients ::
  •         2.5 oz Blood Orange Soda
  •         1 oz St. Germain
  •         Champagne or Prosecco
:: Directions ::
        Mix blood orange and St. Germain in the bottom of a flute. Fill the remainder of the glass with champagne and enjoy!

New Years Eve Cocktails

Pear Martini

:: Ingredients ::

1 1/2 ounces Ty Ku liqueur
1/2 bottle Asian Pear Saké2me
splash of club soda
splash of simple syrup
pear slices, to garnish

:: Directions ::

Combine first 4 ingredients in a martini shaker. Add ice and shake. Strain into a martini glass. Garnish with pear slices.

New Years Eve Cocktail Recipes

Pink Halo

:: Ingredients ::
  • Grenadine
  • Vodka
  • Champagne
  • Sugar
  • Cherries, Strawberries or Raspberries

:: Directions ::

Use part of the Grenadine and sugar to create the garnish for the glass. Pour Grenadine and a shot of Vodka into the glass, then fill with champagne and garnish with berries!

What are your favorite drinks to ring in the new year?

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  2. I don’t drink but the pear martini sounds delicious!

  3. Krissy says:

    They look YUMMY – especially the Pink Halo!

  4. Jeannette says:

    All these drinks are so pretty! I’d love to see them at my party!

  5. Ooh the pear martini sounds great… I am a sucker for sake though..

  6. Roechelle says:

    Pink Halo sounds amazing 🙂

  7. Oh yum they all look amazing… One good cocktail on New Years would be nice. Thanks for sharing.

  8. Mitch says:

    Great info. As a non imbiber, I would love these without the alcohol. Don’t worry, i am still a lot of fun!

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