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Champagne is a delicious treat, and 25% of all Champagne is sold between Christmas and New Year's Eve! If you're going to be drinking cocktails, make sure they are low carb Champagne cocktails!
Remember that Champagne has sugar added to it, so it's already between 5g/glass for non-sweet sparkling wine up to 10g/glass for sweet versions (like Asti Spumanti and Prosecco). So you don't want to add in high sugar mixes to that, to amp up the sugar content! Instead, go with some zero-carb mixers to make your cocktails.
Champagne French 75 Recipe
French 75s are famous cocktails that were even featured in Casablanca with Humphrey Bogart. A classic touch for any afternoon or evening!
1 shot gin
1/2 shot lime juice
1 tsp sugar substitute
Shake the gin, lime juice and sugar sub with ice cubes. Strain and pour into a Champagne flute. Pour Champagne on top, and garnish with a lemon twist.
Sparky Pepper Recipe
If you're a spice lover, this is the Champagne cocktail recipe for you!
1oz Absolut Peppar
Absolut Peppar is an exotic concoction of vodka with paprika, chile and green jalapeno peppers. Mix that in with a flute of Champagne, and spice up your world!
La Vie en Rose Recipe
The days of wine and roses are here. Sit back, relax, and find true romance in your life with this rose inspired drink.
1/2 shot glass rose water
1 tsp sugar substitute
If you don't have any rose water, it's easy enough to make. Get some rose petals - either from a rose in a florist shop or via the web. Wash them off. Add them into boiling water, then let it cool.
Mix the sugar substitute in the rose water. Put that into a flute glass. Rose Champagne is a pink colored Champagne made with red wine grapes. Add Rose Champagne into the glass until it's full. Add a strawberry as garnish, and toast!
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