10 Champagne Cocktail Recipes

Champagne cocktails in Champagne glasses

Today we’re giving you the recipes for 10 champagne cocktails that are sure to delight your taste buds. From the classic Mimosa to more sophisticated drinks like the Black Swan, here’s all you need to make the perfect cocktail.

In terms of the Champagne to use, we’ll let you decide. However, if we can give you some advice, the best champagnes make the best cocktails, whatever the purists say…

And if you’re not sure where to get your Champagne from, let’s just say that iDealwine has over 500 different bottles in all shapes and sizes (from a bottle to Methuselah (6 litres!)) currently on sale for you to choose from.


Let’s start with the most classic of all, and the easiest to make.

In a champagne flute

  • 40ml fresh orange juice
  • 80ml champagne

Pour the fresh orange juice directly into the champagne flute and mix in the champagne.


The Bellini is traditionally made with Prosecco, Italy’s famous sparkling wine. We’ve opted for a more patriotic Champagne version.

In a champagne flute

  • 40ml peach purée
  • 60ml champagne
  • A dash of cane syrup

Pour the peach purée and cane syrup into the flute. Top it up with the champagne then carefully mix.

French 75

The name of this cocktail derives from a gun used in the First World War with a 75mm barrel and is the favourite tipple of Rick Blaine in the film Casablanca.

In a champagne flute

  • 30ml gin
  • 15ml lemon juice
  • 2 dashes of cane syrup
  • 60 ml champagne

Pour the ingredients into the flute and carefully introduce the champagne.

Mojito royal

You’ve heard of the Mojito, but have you ever tried the Mojito royal?

  • 40ml Cuban rum
  • Half a lime
  • A few mint leaves
  • 2 spoonfuls of brown sugar
  • 3 drops of bitters
  • 100ml champagne
  • Crushed ice

Pour the brown sugar into a mojito glass, adding the lime chopped into four and the mint. Crush the ingredients with a pestle. Then pour in the rum and crushed ice. Add the champagne and don’t forget the bitters. A true delight!

Russian Spring Punch

This is a cocktail for those of you with a sweet tooth

In a large glass

  • 10ml sugar syrup
  • 15ml blackcurrant liqueur
  • 25ml lemon juice
  • 25ml vodka
  • Champagne

In a shaker full of ice, add all the ingredients except the champagne. Put the ice cubes in the glass. Shake, then fill your glass with the mix. Finish with the Champagne. You might want to add a round of lime and a blackberry for decoration.

Siberian Champagne

In a wine glass

  • 30ml vodka
  • 20ml blackcurrant liqueur
  • 20ml Maraschino liqueur
  • 10ml lime juice
  • 2 basil leaves
  • Brut Champagne

Put all the ingredients except the champagne into a shaker filled with ice. Shake it and then pour out whilst filtering into a wine glass with ice in it. Add the Champagne and mix gently.

Champagne Cocktail

In a flute

  • A small amount of cane sugar
  • 3 dashes of bitters
  • Orange zest
  • 40ml VSOP cognac
  • 80ml Champagne

Put the cane sugar at the bottom of the flute and add the bitters. Pour in the cognac and complete the mixture with Champagne. Decorate with orange zest. A possible variation is with a Maraschino cherry.

The Black Swan

In a large glass

  • 30ml Calvados
  • 20ml blackcurrant liqueur
  • 20ml Vermouth
  • 15ml lime juice
  • Champagne

Pour all the ingredients apart from the Champagne into a shaker filled 2/3 with ice. Shake it, then filter into a large glass. Add the Champagne. Decorate with a blackberry or a round of lime.

Flavours of yore

In a large glass

  • 15ml strawberry syrup
  • 20ml white peach purée
  • 20ml Falernum Golden
  • 60ml Champagne

Mix the strawberry syrup, peach purée and liqueur in a shaker. Pour it into a glass filled with ice cubes. Finish it off with the Champagne.

No regrets

In a wine glass

  • 40ml white rum
  • 10ml lemon juice
  • 30ml pomegranate liqueur
  • Champagne

In a shaker 2/3 filled with ice, add the ingredients one by one apart from the Champagne. Shake and pour into a glass filled with ice. Add the Champagne and mix gently. To decorate the cocktail, we recommend you use strawberries and mint.

A Crémant or Champagne based cocktail?

With all of the cocktail recipes above, you could also replace the Champagnes with a good crémant (a sparkling wine made in other areas of France, such as Alsace and Bordeaux, using the same method as the one used in Champagne). France produces many wonderful sparkling wines, so you don’t have to use that high-end bottle of Champagne that you’ve been saving to make your bubbly cocktail. Choose a good bottle of crémant and you’ll delight your palate.

Happy sipping!

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