Looking for a last minute bevie to serve your guests tomorrow? How about a super easy drink to serve at all your holiday gatherings? I have the thing for you & you can serve it through New Year’s. It’s nice to have a punch bowl sitting out for guest to serve themselves instead of having to play bartender all day long. Just have a little cooler of ice next to the table so they can pack their glass & you are free to enjoy your own festivities. This Champagne Punch takes just a couple minutes to prepare, is super pretty when served & adds a touch of sophistication to your gathering.
If you are wondering about the ice ball – It’s FABULOUS. I picked up the smaller version to start. You see – the size & shape of your ice has a huge impact on the taste of your beverage. The larger the ice- the more surface area touching the beverage – making it colder & giving it better flavor. Larger ice also melts slower – so your beverage won’t become watered down before it’s gone. LOVE these. You can pick up this Ice Ball Maker Moldfor this size ball. Or you can pick up Whiskey Ballfor a larger size.
So anyhow- look how gorgeous this drink is!! I think it’s the perfect addition to any party.
- 1 750ml bottle dry champagne
- 3 cups cold ginger ale
- 1 ounce triple sec
- Combine all ingredients except ice in large punch bowl
- Stir to combine
- Serve in lightly packed rocks glass - cocktail style
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That sounds so good and looks so pretty with the cranberries in it!
Diane Balch says
Champagne is my favorite holiday drink. This is very festive. Pinned. Thanks for bringing this to Weekend Bites.