New Year’s Eve Cocktail Recipe

It’s Aniko from Place of My Taste and today I am sharing an easy New Year’s Eve cocktail recipe with you. It’s time to get those champagne glasses out and celebrate 2013 behind and 2014 ahead. Either staying home or going to a festive party, this drink will serve you well.  Simple, delicious and most of all , one glass won’t make you satisfied :-)

Adding a few additional ingredients to your champagne or sparkling wine will make this drink delicious. In the winter,oranges and tangerines are in season, so you can use freshly squeezed juice to make this special drink.

New Year’s Eve Cocktail
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Recipe type: Drinks
 
Ingredients
  • 2 sugar cube
  • 2 ounces fresh tangerine juice
  • ½ ounce fresh lime juice
  • Champagne or sparkling wine
Instructions
  1. Add a sugar cube into each of 2 champagne flutes. Add 1 oz. fresh tangerine juice and ¼ oz. fresh lime juice to each. Top with your favorite champagne or sparkling wine.
Notes
Recipe adapted from:http://www.rachaelraymag.com

Embellish your flutes with tangerine slices.

Most of us have some new year’s resolution each year. Lots of us includes healthy eating , right.??  If  that’s YOU, I have a super healthy recipe to start you off in the new year. A bowl of White Bean Stew would be a perfect start!!

Wishing you all a successful New Year!

Xoxo

Aniko
My name is Aniko and I am a business owner, wife, mother of two and a design lover by heart. My blog, Place of MyTaste was born last year and became my happy place. I share little bit of my taste, including good food, décor projects, favorite crafts and photography. I always find myself working on something or trying a new recipe. I am so thrilled to be here as a contributor at All She Cooks and I can not wait to share some of my favorite recipes with you.
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