4 ways to Spice Up your Drink by Sabering a Champagne

There are plenty of ways on how to spice up your champagne a little better than the usual. Besides, what is better than champagne? It is quite a boozy riddle, but the answer is quite obvious, the answer is cocktails which are made from champers and sparkling wines of course. So, if you are hosting a party, why not start it with a bang by sabering champagne and serve such a good sparkling wine with a bit of recipe that can spice up and bubble up those cravings.

“In many occasions, as you plan for it, make it a habit to make the first impression by sabering champagne. Only use an authentic champagne sword or champagne saber crafted by the best knife making and manufacturing. Check out the latest Fox Sciabola del Sommelier Bronze Black, Dorre Salut. Besides, nothing beats sabrage.”

All you need is using your imagination and a bit of creativity of course. The aim here is not just to make champagne look so fancy but of take the taste to the next level.

1. Italian

For starters, how about keeping it simple yet impressive. By the looks of it, it can make everyone crave for more. Of course, wait until they’ve tasted such a good combination of champagne and Italian sweet vermouth. The recipe is originated Chandon California and it is not as complicated as it sounds. What you need to prepare is a 1 oz. of Italian bitters and 1 oz. of Italian sweet vermouth. Mix them together in a shaker with ice. After doing so, garnish one slice of orange Into a glass of champagne 3 oz. of champagne. Such flavor is so good, everyone would ask for more.

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2. Winter Wonder

Now, if you and your folks are having vaca in a tropical paradise. You can make the vacation cooler using this recipe. When mixing this up, you need to prepare the champagne flute. All you need to do is to combine champagne with blue curacao and grenadine. When mixing this up, you need 4 oz. of champagne ¾ of blue curacao and ¼ of grenadine in a shaker with ice. You can serve this champagne after having a heavy lunch.

3. Classy

If you want to make a classy champagne cocktail, you can never go wrong with Hemingway Spitz. From the looks of it, it is certain that many of your guests would ask for more. In a shaker, you need crushed ice combining 1 oz. of rum like Bacardi Superior and grapefruits and lime juice. Mix them up in a large wine full of champagne with Prosecco or Brut Champagne. Just imagine tasting a grapefruit treat wheel with simple syrup and Luxardo Maraschino.

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4. It’s A Date

For couples night, just chilling out would be more exciting and romantic. Just like the Venetian Cocktail. All you need to prepare are 2 oz. of Campari, soda water, a glass of water and at least 4 oz. of Prosecco. Stir them together and garnish with fresh orange slice.

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