Maggie Hoffman

These superfestive Champagne cocktails start with make-ahead mixes that can chill in the fridge for hours. When your guests arrive, put out the mixer and a couple of bottles of bubbly and uncork the fun!
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Ginger 75 Champagne Cocktail
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Fresh ginger in the mixer and a crystallized ginger garnish make for a sweet and spicy drink.
A couple teaspoons of angostura bitters add a subtle spicy flavor to this pineapple juice-based cocktail.
Don't skimp on the cayenne salt rim—it adds a kick to the grapefruit flavor.
Kumquat-Mandarin Mimosa
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Prep the mixer the night before so all you have to do in the morning is add Cava and get sipping.
Ring in the New Year (and send off the old one) with this sweet cocktail.
This cocktail hybrid is as tasty as it is bubbly!
Mint tea combines with gin and lemon for a bright, tasty 'tail.
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Warm cardamom and bright pomegranates mean delicious drinks for you and your guests.
Garden Rambler
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With so many fresh juices and herbs, this cocktail is healthy, right?
Blackberry Tequila Cooler
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This vibrant drink combines fresh mint and blackberries with sparkling wine and tequila.
Grilled Margarita
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Honey syrup and grilled lemons mix with tequila for a perfectly balanced sweet-and-sour marg.