Kentucky Champagne.. a fun drink for New Year’s Eve!

Kentucky Champagne

 

Just in time for your New Year’s Eve celebrations, I’m sharing with you Kentucky Champagne…one of my favorites!

Can you believe it’s almost the end of 2016?! Whew! It’s been a year of ups and downs, high and lows but through it all we’ve loved visiting with you each week, here at the picket fence! Whatever your New Year’s Eve plans hold, staying in cozy by the fire or celebrating out on the town with friends and family, know we are virtually toasting in 2017 with you!  At our home we love celebrating the arrival of the new year with Kentucky Champagne!

This fun drink pairs well with my semi-homemade croquembouche! Don’t they look festive and beautiful together?

croquembouche from life in season book

 

There’s still time to pick up a copy of Life in Season and create this beautiful and… super easy… Semi-Homemade Croquembouche for your New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day gatherings!

Kentucky Champagne… a fun drink for Near Year’s Eve!

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Prep Time: 5 minutes

Total Time: 5 minutes

Kentucky Champagne… a fun drink for Near Year’s Eve!

Create this fun and festive New Year's Eve beverage as a replacement for the traditional champagne toast!

Ingredients

  • Makers Mark Bourbon (or burbon of choice)
  • Sparkling Apple Cider
  • Maraschino Cherries

Instructions

  • Combine 1 part chilled bourbon with 3 parts chilled sparkling apple cider.
  • Top with maraschino cherry. Enjoy!
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Kentucky Champagne recipe

 

We’re offering a toast to you and a hearty “Happy New Years!”
from… at the picket fence!

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Comments

  1. MARY-ANN (FROM CANADA!) says

    HAPPY NEW YEAR! May you be blessed with a wonderful year! Enjoy your posts so much! Thanks for all the work you put into your posts for all of us to enjoy!

    Blessings!

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