If you need a quick serving idea for your next holiday party, here’s a delicious drink that is good for large groups: sparkling rosé punch! Besides a your favorite bubbly, you’ll need elderflower liqueur, club soda, lemon juice, sugar, and egg whites. Watch our video to learn how to make this total crowd-pleaser — plus, find out the secret ingredient we like to add as a garnish to this party drink recipe.
I believe a hostess can never have too many sangria recipes and this is my current fav. It's a mixture of berries, Rosé, and black currant liqueur. The recipe, which comes from Mariena Mercer of The Cosmopolitan in Vegas, calls for soda water to add effervescence. However, I used sparkling Rosé instead. This sangria is better the longer it steeps, so get started now!
Not only did PopSugar's Lindsay Miller speak with Wolfgang Puck about the menu at the Governors Ball, but she also talked to one of our favorite entertaining experts Katie Lee. Lee's partnered with the Academy and Moet and Chandon to create the official cocktail of the Oscars. It's a refreshing sounding punch that's super simple to prepare. Learn all about it when you check out the video now!
It's starting to get chilly out there! Over the holidays, warm drinks and cocktails like eggnog, Tom and Jerrys, and hot buttered rum are in abundance. The problem is that these drinks are stacked with sugar and saturated fat.
Spiked mulled cider is a great alternative to these holiday favorites. Hot cider is satisfying on a cold Winter's night, and its spices are reminiscent of the season. I love that the sweetness of the drink comes from using all-natural apple cider and just a hint of brown sugar. And unlike most warm holiday cocktails, there's not a single gram of fat in the recipe.
To see the recipe after the break!
This punch recipe has Bols Genver (a Dutch alcohol with a flavor profile similar to gin), St. Germain, and Aperol. Fresh grapefruit juice gives it a festive color and delicious tartness. No simple syrup is necessary because the St. Germain is floral, sweet, and syrup-like. To look at the recipe, keep reading.