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Cocktail Recipes Perfect for New Year's

These 11 yummy drinks are great for ringing in the new year—or celebrating any time

Produced by Julianne Hilmes

1. Classic Champagne Cocktail

You can't go wrong with a classic champagne cocktail, featuring a jigger of cognac and a dash of bitters. Get the recipe here.

2. Bubbly Poinsettia

You can't resist a drink with a name like Bubbly Poinsettia! Let the festivities continue with this fun drink. Get the recipe here.

3. Raspberry-Champagne Sparkler

"Care for a Raspberry-Champagne Sparkler?" You sound fancy just saying it. Bonus: Add the raspberry puree to non-alcoholic sparkling cider to make it kid-friendly. Get the recipe here.

4. Comfortable Passion Spritzer

Bring a little Southern charm to your cocktail with the Comfortable Passion Spritzer. Get the recipe here.

5. Champagne Cosmo

This perfectly festive cocktail puts a twist on the classic Cosmopolitan. Get the recipe here.

6. Raspberry Champagne Cocktail

This cocktail is a signature of celebrated chef Charlie Palmer (Aureole in New York City and Dry Creek Kitchen in Healdsburg, California, among others), and is sure to be a crowd pleaser. Get the recipe here.

7. Cocktail Nouveau

Don't care for champange? Enjoy the citrusy flavors of this Cocktail Nouveau. Get the recipe here.

8. Negroni

You can't go wrong witht this classic Italian cocktail. Get the recipe here.

9. White Negroni

This unusual version of a Negroni substitutes white vermouth for sweet vermouth and Cynar (artichoke liqueur) for the Campari, and adds the French aperitif Lillet Blanc for a dash of quinine. The result is a cocktail that balances bitter with sweet and has forward herbaceous flavors. Get the recipe here.

9. Casablanca Cosmos

Make this recipe for a crowd! (It serves 12-14.) Rim the glasses in colored sugar for added festive flair. Get the recipe here.

11. Cranberry Martini

Cranberry is the flavor of the holiday season. Enjoy the rich hue and tart flavor of the festive berries in this drink. Get the recipe here.