Here at PureWow, we like to think of ourselves as your biggest fan. As such, the last thing we’d want is for you to start 2022 on the wrong foot (read: with a bad drink). To kick the New Year’s Eve celebration off right, shake up one (or a bunch) of these tremendously delicious Champagne cocktails. You really can’t go wrong with any of them.

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1. Grapefruit and Sage Champagne Cocktails

For what it’s worth, peak grapefruit season starts around Christmas.

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2. Minted Mimosa Punch

Have you ever seen a more photogenic cocktail? We think not.

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3. Blood Orange Champagne Mule

OK fine, maybe this one, too. (We'd spring for sparklers if we were you.)

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4. Healthy Champagne Cocktails, Two Ways

Sparkling blackberry-raspberry and tropical mango-coconut? We'll take both, please.

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5. Raspberry-Lime Champagne Punch

An easy way to serve drinks to your whole crew, all at once (because nothing is worse than being stuck behind the bar at your own party).

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6. Poinsettia Spritz

With a hint of gin and St. Germain elderflower liqueur, this seasonal beauty packs a punch.

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7. Pear and Cranberry Champagne Cocktails

The best part is munching on the soaked fruit once you’re done sipping.

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8. Sparkling Margaritas

Don’t wait for Cinco de Mayo to indulge in your favorite summer sipper.

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9. Raspberry Mimosa

Sweet, bubbly deliciousness, bursting with fresh raspberries and pomegranate arils.

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10. Spiced Maple Bourbon Fizz

Maple syrup infused with cinnamon, cardamom and fresh ginger meets fresh citrus and oaky bourbon. (We're betting a vanilla-flavored whiskey or spiced rum would taste divine.

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11. Apple Cider Champagne Cocktail

Sure, you could use store-bought cider. Or you could make your own from scratch on the stove, in the slow cooker or in the Instant Pot.

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12. French 75

Who cares if it’s snowing? This classic is still undeniably refreshing.

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13. Red Carpet Glamour Cocktail

Citrus juice meets brut Champagne and rose petals.

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14. Apple, Pear and Pomegranate Sangria

A delicious seasonal twist on one of our favorites. Make a big batch in a pitcher to serve a crowd with ease.

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15. Blackberry Champagne Mule

Bust out your muddler: Breaking the berries down releases every drop of their sweet-tart juice.

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16. Kir Royale

This French staple couldn't be easier to pull off. You only need two ingredients to whip one up.

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17. Christmas Champagne Cocktail

Sure, Christmas is over come NYE. But no one can complain about a pretty sugared rim.

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18. Lavender Bellini Cocktail

Spruce up the peach juice or purée in this brunch essential with dried lavender buds.

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19. Pineapple Margarita Sparklers

Four words: Chipotle. Chili. Salt. Rim.

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20. St. Germain Pomegranate Spritzers

No garnish is as naturally elegant as pomegranate arils.

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21. Bitter Sweet Sparkler Cocktail

Starring Suze, a 19th-century French aperitif made from a bitter root.

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22. Sparkling Mint Pomegranate Champagne Cocktail

Don't want to splurge on Champagne? Prosecco works just fine.

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23. Strawberry Satsuma Champagne Sangria

Satsumas are a type of mandarin orange from Japan that's sweeter and juicier than other common types.

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24. Sparkling Pear and Tamarind Cocktail

Clink your glasses at midnight with these babies and boom—it's a regular Gatsby party.

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25. Sparkling Pomegranate Punch

Candied rosemary is super simple to make (and looks really chic in a Champagne flute).

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26. Apple Cider Champagne Cocktail

In case you're still not over fall come January 1, this cinnamon-sugar gem has your back.

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27. Orange Champagne Cocktail

Think of it like an elevated mimosa.

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28. Strawberry Basil Champagne Sparklers

Homemade simple syrup is the key to wowing each and every one of your guests.

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29. The Golden Night Cocktail

Come on. It's straight-up glamorous.

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30. Pomegranate Ginger Sparkler Cocktail

Have you ever tried Domaine de Canton? It's a silky ginger liqueur with notes of honey and vanilla.

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31. Sparkling Pomegranate Margaritas

Shake up a batch now to watch the ball drop, then bookmark the recipe for your next Taco Tuesday.

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32. Christmas Punch

Trust us: It'll taste just as refreshing and delicious on the 31st. Just call it something else, like Meet Me at Midnight Punch, perhaps?

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33. Blackberry Champagne Punch

This boozy beauty also boasts brandy and Grand Marnier.

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34. Sparkling Holiday Champagne Sangria

Moscato and bubbly are a match made in hostess heaven.

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35. Champagne-Elderflower Cocktail with Pear and Thyme

Face it: Fresh herbs in a cocktail impress even the pickiest of critics.

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36. Pomegranate and Orange Champagne Punch

You really don't want to skip the festive ice cubes stuffed with mint leaves and pomegranate arils.

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37. Champagne Punch

Make a virgin batch without the bubbly for the little ones struggling to stay up for the countdown (it's just a mix of pineapple and orange juices).

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38. Strawberry-Champagne Tequila Fizz

Thin-sliced jalapeños and earthy tequila give juicy berries a serious edge.

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39. Hibiscus and Ginger Champagne Cocktail

It truly doesn't get fancier than whole hibiscus flowers in rose water syrup at the bottom of each glass.

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40. Pink Grapefruit-Champagne Sorbet Floats

Our favorite cocktails are those that double as dessert.

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41. Pear and Bubbles

Starring homemade Bosc pear puree spiked with cardamom and cinnamon. Use a melon baller to scoop a cute garnish out of the pears, or toothpick and fan a few pear or apple slices together to look like a star.

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42. Strawberry Champagne Mojito

Traditional rum, mint and lime juice meet homemade strawberry syrup and a few glugs of bubbly for a summery cocktail that tastes just as refreshing in the dead of winter.

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43. Pomegranate Orange Champagne Cocktail

Feel free to use store-bought pomegranate juice, but we definitely recommend squeezing your own OJ—it'll go a long way in the flavor department. Try finding cara cara oranges, since they're super sweet.

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44. Fig Prosecco Cocktail

The recipe calls for affordable prosecco, but real Champagne is a stellar substitute. Brownie points for finishing each glass with a gold sugar rim and fresh mint.

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45. Spiced Blood Orange Champagne Punch

The blood orange base is infused with warm spices and reduced into a sweet-tart syrup on the stovetop. Grab a glass and let's start the countdown, shall we?

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Additional reporting by Alexandra Hough

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