This classic brunch drink is essentially an absinthe-heavy champagne cocktail.
Contemporize the classic by combining the number-one selling liqueur in France and hot green tea.
Black walnut liqueur and a jammy vermouth smooth and deepen the flavors of this Manhattan.
Fresh carrot juice adds a vibrant, earthy, sweet, and easy upgrade to the traditional mimosa.
Elevate your New Year's Day mimosa beyond basic with this easy tropical twist.
Pop the cork and please a crowd with this easy-to-make Champagne punch.
Set this punch on fire as a part of a German holiday tradition.
Amaro Montenegro stands in for Bitters in this smooth-drinking and complex Manhattan.
Vermouth made from Barolo wine will make this ruby red, rich, velvety Negroni your new favorite.
The Passive-Aggressive combines soft, velvety sherry and strong-willed gin with a bit of black pepper spice.
A lower-proof, light and refreshing sparkler with a little bourbon funk from down south.
Rich, velvety, and smooth, drink this low-proof cocktail now in the fickle fall weather.
Herbal Chartreuse liqueur, pineapple, and lime make this a top-shelf version of the classic cocktail, with no added sugar.
Summer flavors of ginger, lime, and cucumber combine with bubbly to make this refreshing summer sparkler.
White sangria is a refreshing alternative to the more-common red variety, and is an easy-make ahead item for any camping trip.
Champagne and bourbon combine in this surprisingly light summer refresher, perfect for around the campfire or in the cabin.
The beautiful of a mimosa is its sparkling simplicity. This recipe is a noticeable step up, with almost no extra work.
Low-proof wine cocktails, like this one that features sake, tea, and tonic, pack a lot of flavor without the alcohol punch.
Frothy, unpretentious, and fun, the Salty Caramel Lemon Drop is savory.
A winter classic that draws flavor from in-season blood oranges.
Mulled wine is a winter treat, and none is more popular than the one W.A. Frost has served for 40+ years.
6Smith's seasonal twist on a classic Champagne Cocktail made for winter.
Champagne, and other sparkling wine, can seem a little inaccessible -- suitable for a toast at a celebration, or maybe in a Mimosa. One of the best reasons to pop the cork, though, may be because it's a random Wednesday night, and you're hungry for fast food.