The countdown to the new year is on! Whether you’re planning a quiet night in or gathering with friends and family, it’s never too early to decide what New Year’s Eve Cocktail you want to have in your hand when the clock strikes midnight.
Making it through another year is always a reason to celebrate, am I right?! Whether it’s been a great year for you or not, you’ve made it to the beginning of a new chapter, and that is all that matters. So, grab your favourite gin and tonic recipe or maybe something a tad fancier, with a bit of champagne mixed in it, and cheers yourself for the year ahead – and all the good things to come!
Not sure what cocktail to make to ring in the New Year? Check out these 17 Elegant New Year’s Eve Cocktail Recipes for some inspiration!
New Year's Eve Cocktails You'll Love
Mix things up this New Year's Eve and try a new cocktail recipe or two! These elegant drinks are sure to jazz up your holiday celebrations.
This Coconut Bourbon Eggnog is a twist on an old favourite – plus, it’s vegan! Sprinkled with a dash of cinnamon or nutmeg – this drink is perfect for the holiday season. You can prepare this tasty vegan eggnog in just 15 minutes!
Cucumber Rosemary Gin and Tonic (aka “the drunk cucumber”) is a lightly sweetened gin cocktail filled with fresh cucumber and hints of rosemary to make a deliciously crisp and beautiful drink you’ll be sipping all New Years Eve.
This Spicy Bloody Mary Recipe is a unique twist, one you need to add to your party menu this year! Thanks to the jalapenos, this holiday cocktail is kicked up a notch. However, it's not overpowering. It will definitely be a hit at your New Year's Eve party!
This caramel apple mimosa is the best New Year's mimosa you’ve ever had. Caramel syrup, apple juice and champagne, served in a glass with a cinnamon brown sugar rim. Make a couple at a time or a large batch for your next holiday brunch.
This Meyer lemon blackberry jam Prosecco cocktail is a marvellous combination of flavours. It makes a great holiday or New Year’s Eve cocktail. Make the Meyer lemon blackberry syrup ahead of time, and you are ready for all the festivities!
Amanda Komoski enjoys cooking, crafting,photography and writing. She was born and raised in Winnipeg and has since moved to a small town in Manitoba with her husband and two wild boys. She is a coffee drinker by day and wine drinker by night who loves connecting with others and inspiring their creativity by sharing delicious recipes, clever crafts and DIY projects that you are going to love!