It’ll soon be the season of bubbly and parties with the year-end holidays and celebrations round the corner.

Here are some Champagne accompaniments for merrymaking.

Don’t drink Champagne by itself. Adding other ingredients to Champagne, such as mint or lemon peel, can really enhance the flavour.

Mixing Champagne with wine can produce a satisfying cocktail with a solid base and a sparkling finish. However, it’s often more popular to mix Champagne with fruity juices like cranberry juice.

To complete the presentation, consider serving your cocktail with strawberries, raspberries, or other fruits.

Classic Champagne Cocktail

This isn’t just a champagne cocktail, it’s the Classic Champagne Cocktail.

It’s quick, easy, and requires only Champagne, a sugar cube, Angostura bitters, and a slice of lemon.

Best of all, it looks (and tastes) phenomenal and takes practically no time to make.


What snack goes well with Champagne? All things salty.

When you eat something salty with wine, it enhances the flavours of the wine.

Pair Champagne with your favourite snacks like freshly popped buttered popcorn, roasted and salted cashews, french fries, and potato chips.

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