This pear brandy cocktail is a nod to the Star Trek episode "The Inner Light." In it, Captain Picard loses consciousness for 20 short minutes but winds up experiencing decades of a double life in his altered state on the planet of Kataan, a dying planet with water issues, in the village of Ressik. In this new reality, he’s known as a flute-playing family man named Kamin.
Bring elegance to any brunch.
This simple classic cocktail is the best way to improve a flute of bubbly.
Break out the bubbly and the pineapple juice for a tasty Champagne Cobbler.
Champion drinker Ernest Hemingway claimed to have invented the Death in the Afternoon, a risky pairing of absinthe and Champagne, himself. His exact instructions suggested adding iced Champagne to a jigger of absinthe until it attained “the proper opalescent milkiness,” then proceeding to drink three to five of the cocktails in one sitting.
Bourbon and Champagne make beautiful music together.
The subtle twist on the fruity French Kir Royale combines Champagne and black raspberry liqueur, rather than the traditional creme de cassis. Whether you're celebrating a special occasion or need a bubbly brunch drink, mix up this swanky recipe for the Kir Royale.
A sparkling cocktail that’s a big step up from a Mimosa.
Bourbon, apples and bubbles. Oh my!
Bubbly meets pomegranate in this gorgeous crimson cocktail.
You’ll be smiling after a taste of this gin and citrus cocktail.
A little gin adds the perfect depth to this pomegranate and Champagne cocktail.
Toast the morning with this cocktail.
This bubbly, gin and lemon cocktail will have you saying "oui."
Start celebrating the holidays early with this prosecco cocktail.
This sparkling classic got its start at Venice’s famed Harry’s Bar.
It’s sparkly and sweet, and packs a rum punch.
Try this extra-citrusy spin on the classic French 75.
Cocktail expert Gary Regan imagines what the Sazerac would be like if invented in France instead of New Orleans.
A simple addition to the classic recipe yields huge flavor.
Simple but elegant.
This punny cocktail is Absolut-ly delectable.
Feeling a little parched during brunch? The French 75 is a sparkling cocktail that's perfect before, during and after your egg and bacon sandwich. And with the option of rum or gin, this is one classic you’ll want to rediscover again and again.
Make this simple drink to show off a fruit- or herb-infused spirit you made yourself.
Try this fresh spin on the Paloma.
The subtle spice of ginger heats up this gin-and-prosecco drink.
Relax with this bubbly drink from the Camelback Spa.
The classic Rusty Nail gets an update.
Make any day a celebration with this festive cocktail.
Crushed beans and Colorado whiskey make this tasty concoction fit for even the most grizzled cattle-driver.
Inspired by Kate Middleton’s giant sapphire engagement ring, this luxurious cocktail is royally delicious.
The Pisco Sour is an exotic twist for any cocktail party or gathering. While both Chile and Peru claim this classic as their own, this cocktail has sweet and sour flavors that can be enjoyed anywhere in the world.
Indulge with this chocolate-raspberry vodka and Champagne treat.
Punch up this brunch favorite with a splash of Grand Marnier.
A vodka and citrus explosion.
This vodka cocktail is good whether or not you can see stars.
Stronger than a mere Mimosa.
Sparks will fly with this sparkling rose and cranberry juice cocktail.
Ring it in with fruit and bubbly.