16 New Year’s Eve Drinks: Sparkling Bubbly Concoctions

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You can’t celebrate New Year’s Eve without a few New Year’s Eve drinks, amiright?

And since you’re going to partake in New Year’s Eve drinks, why not enjoy some yummy, creative drink recipes?

New Year’s Eve Drinks

16 New Year's Eve Drinks: Sparkling Bubbly Concoctions

New Year’s Eve is always a time to get together with friends and family to ring in the new year!

Traditionally, New Year’s Eve gatherings include some sort of alcoholic drink, including, of course champagne.

16 New Year’s Eve Drinks

Therefore, I perused the internet and found an amazing list of my favorite 16 New Year’s Eve drinks.

To clarify, not all of these drinks are sparkling or bubbly.

However, you can very easily add the bubbly to each of these recipes.

Importantly, the only drinks you shouldn’t add bubbly to is the Eggnog Martini and the Winter Wonderland Martini.

Nevertheless, these are all great New Year’s Eve drinks to add a little fun to your celebration!

1. Pomegranate Margarita New Year’s Eve drinks

Pomegranate Margarita

The above pictured drink is called a Pomegranate Margarita brought to us by a site called Delish.

Notably, this recipe calls for:

  • Frozen Limeade
  • Water
  • Gold Tequila
  • Pomegranate Juice
  • Triple Sec
  • Limes
  • Ice Cubes
  • Fresh Pomegranate Seeds

Yummy!

2. Eggnog Martini

16 New Year's Eve Drinks: Sparkling Bubbly Concoctions

This next drink recipe comes from Martha Stewart herself.

It is called an Eggnog Martini.

Seriously, how can you resist an eggnog martini during the holidays?

This recipe calls for:

  • Sugar
  • Cornstarch
  • Nutmeg
  • Pumpkin Pie Spice
  • Whole Milk
  • Egg Yolks
  • Brandy

Again……YUM!!

3. Pomegranate-Champagne Punch New Year’s Eve Drinks

16 New Year's Eve Drinks: Sparkling Bubbly Concoctions

Third up is this drink that looks very similar to my first recipe but is somewhat different.

It is called a Pomegranate-Champagne Punch.

Again, this recipe is from Martha Stewart.

The ingredients are:

  • Pomegranate Juice
  • Pear Nectar
  • Grand Marnier
  • Champagne

4. Sloe Gin Fizz

Sloe Gin Fizz

This next drink reminds me of Terri.

Indeed, this used to be her favorite go-to drink back in the day!

It’s a Sloe Gin Fizz brought to you by Jenna Sais Quois.

Love the name of her site!

This drink calls for:

  • Sloe Gin
  • Gin
  • Lemon Juice
  • Simple Syrup
  • Soda Water

5. Raspberry Beer New Year’s Eve drinks

16 New Year's Eve Drinks: Sparkling Bubbly Concoctions

Clearly, the sparkly bubbly ingredient in this one is beer!

Without a doubt, I had to include this one for my husband.

It’s called Raspberry Beer Cocktail and is from a website called The Lush Chef.

It contains:

  • Raspberries
  • Lemon Juice
  • Vodka
  • Any light colored beer, such as Stella Artois

Mmm! I’ve got to try this one!

6. Strawberry Granita with Champagne & Frangelico

16 New Year's Eve Drinks: Sparkling Bubbly Concoctions

The above New Year’s Eve drink is called Strawberry Granita with Champagne & Frangelico.

Unquestionably, Frangelico happens to be one of my favorite liqueurs because it has an almond flavor.

This recipe comes from a site called Matthews Puzzle.

It calls for:

  • Strawberries
  • Champagne
  • Frangelico
  • Simple Syrup
  • Lemon Juice

7. French 75

16 New Year's Eve Drinks: Sparkling Bubbly Concoctions

Next up is a nice New Year’s Eve drink called the French 75.

Along with several other drink recipes on my list, this is another one from a site called Delish.

The ingredients in this recipe are:

  • VSOP Cognac
  • Simple Syrup
  • Lemon Juice
  • Sparkling Wine

8. Black Champagne Margarita New Year’s Eve Drinks

16 New Year's Eve Drinks: Sparkling Bubbly Concoctions

Number 8 comes from Just Putzing Around the Kitchen, another adorable blog name!

This drink is called Blackberry Champagne Margarita.

Not only does it look so refreshing, but also it’s just so pretty!

This recipe calls for:

  • Blackberries
  • Simple Syrup
  • Lemon
  • Champagne
  • Tequila

9. Candy Cane Champagne Cosmo

16 New Year's Eve Drinks: Sparkling Bubbly Concoctions

Number 9 comes from Squidoo and is called The Candy Cane Champagne Cosmo.

It calls for the following:

  • Either Cointreau Liqueur OR Grand Marnier
  • Cranberry Juice Cocktail
  • Lime Juice
  • Sugar
  • Champagne OR Sparkling Wine

Oh, and you can add a candy cane garnish like what’s picture above.

Undoubtedly, you really can’t get any more festive than this cocktail during the holidays!

10. Frozen Bellini

16 New Year's Eve Drinks: Sparkling Bubbly Concoctions

My tenth New Year’s Eve drink comes from Cosmopolitan and is called the Frozen Bellini.

The ingredients include:

  • Sparkling Wine
  • Triple Sec
  • Peach Puree
  • Simple Syrup
  • Lemon
  • Peach Wedge

11. Bourbon-Cherry Seltzer New Year’s Eve Drinks

16 New Year's Eve Drinks: Sparkling Bubbly Concoctions

Lucky # 11 is called a Bourbon-Cherry Seltzer.

Yum!!

Again, we found this on our new favorite site, Delish.

Gotta love this website!

This drink calls for:

  • Bourbon
  • Dark Rum
  • Dark Brown Sugar
  • Whole Fresh Cherries
  • Seltzer Water

12. Boston Sidecar

16 New Year's Eve Drinks: Sparkling Bubbly Concoctions

Because this drink is one of my favorites during the cold winter months, I had to include it in our list!

It’s called a Boston Sidecar and comes from a site called Guest of a Guest.

The ingredients are:

  • Light Rum
  • Brandy
  • Triple Sec
  • Lemon OR Lime Juice

Coincidentally, I drank one of these at a restaurant in Georgetown called Clydes.

It was called a Honey Sidecar.

Unfortunately, I was sick at the time and I ordered this drink because it was so soothing on my sore throat.

It also had sugar around the rim.

13. Sparkling Pear & Cranberry Cocktail

16 New Year's Eve Drinks: Sparkling Bubbly Concoctions

This next drink comes from a site that you are now familiar with.

Wait for it…..Delish.

Obviously, I’ve got to bookmark this site!

This drink is called Sparkling Pear & Cranberry Cocktail.

It contains:

  • Cranberries
  • Pear Nectar
  • Moscato d’Asti Wine
  • Fresh Rosemary Sprigs

14. New Year’s Kiss 

16 New Year's Eve Drinks: Sparkling Bubbly Concoctions

I love the name of this next New Year’s Eve drink!

It’s called the New Year’s Kiss!

How cute is that?

If comes from a site called A Good Appetite.

The ingredients are:

  • Cranberries
  • Cranberry Vodka
  • Elderflower Liquor
  • Prosecco

15. Cranberry Bliss Champagne Cocktail

Cranberry Bliss Champagne

I had to include this next one based on the picture alone.

So very festive!

The name of this drink is Cranberry Bliss Champagne Cocktail, from a site, Celebrations.

Without a doubt, this cocktail will keep the celebration going!

This drink calls for:

  • Vodka
  • Champagne
  • Cranberry Juice
  • Crushed Ice

16. Winter Wonderland Martini

Winter Wonderland Martini

Lastly, on my list of New Year’s Eve drinks is the Winter Wonderland Martini from a site called Modern Musings.

The ingredients in this drink are:

  • Vanilla Vodka
  • Godiva White Chocolate Liqueur
  • Frangelico
  • Cream

Oh my goodness!! Yes, please!

So there they are!

My 16 Favorite New Year’s Eve Drinks!

In conclusion, I hope you try one or two of them at your New Year’s Eve gathering. 

In addition, as always, be safe, drink responsibly, and choose a designated driver.

Finally, here’s to a very Happy New Year!

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3 thoughts on “16 New Year’s Eve Drinks: Sparkling Bubbly Concoctions”

  1. Hi Pam! Thanks so much for including my cocktail in your New Year’s Eve round-up. Let me know how it is! It’s one of my fave beer cocktails.

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