New Year’s Drink Ideas: Drinks and Cocktails to Liven Up Your Party
With the biggest party of the year on the horizon, it’s time to start planning what you’re going to be serving up with a selection of New Year’s Eve party drinks. From homemade concoctions to award-winning refreshments served straight out the bottle – get some inspiration for your big night and make sure there’s a glass in every hand. Explore our favourite New Year’s drink recipes and recommendations below.
The Classic New Year’s Drink: Gin Mojito
A classic with a twist, gin mojitos bring a refreshing touch to the traditionally rum-based cocktail. Made with London Dry Gin and apple juice, and accompanied by the usual mint, lime, sugar and soda water – the gin and apple twist stays refreshing but brings welcomed warmth for the winter season, perfect for seeing out the New Year. If you really love the apple, try swapping out a few lime wedges for slices of apple to really accentuate the flavour.
The Sparkling New Year’s Drink: Speciale Prosecco
If whipping up a batch of cocktails isn’t for you but you’re still wondering what to drink on New Year’s Eve, then why not try a bottle of Speciale Prosecco for when the clock strikes 12? Our extra dry offering is a step above our popular Perlezza Prosecco, perfect for cracking open on a special occasion (especially one where you know the bottle’s sure to be empty at the end of the night).
The Stylish New Year’s Drink: Marquis Belrive Champagne
Our award-winning SPAR Marquis Belrive is a triumphant champagne with a fresh, creamy taste and soft notes. Ideal for New Year’s drinks where you really want to push the boat out, it’s sure to show your guests you’re not messing around when it comes to celebrating the New Year in style.
The Festive New Year’s Drink: Christmas Prosecco
If you’re still looking for New Year’s Eve drinks recipes and haven’t quite got over Christmas just yet, celebrate them both one last time this year with our Christmas Prosecco recipe. Combining chilled prosecco with Chambord, pomegranate juice, and a sprig of mint and a few raspberries to garnish – it’s a refreshing yet memorable addition to flutes everywhere this New Year.