sexy champagne hacks + cocktails that don't require an MIT degree or hipster passport

Whether you're pregaming solo or with a partner, a little verbal lubrication can be a nice, if not mandatory, touch. If you can't decide between champagne or cocktails, we always say do both (champagne purists, hold your complaints till the end). 


We've rounded up a few hacks and liqueurs we love to pair with bubbly
to mix things up and keep happy hour classy AF. If you're on Team Champagne Straight Up, at least consider a sexy garnish. In the meantime, sip on these sexy champagne drinks...
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Bubbly Goji
Part sweet, part tart, the goji liqueur marries nicely with champagne.
3 parts champagne 
1/2 part goji liqueur
Pour goji liqueur into flute. Top with champagne or sparkling wine.
Garnish with frozen cherries.

Bubbly Green
Not just a chic visual effect, we love the herbal flavor in this drink.
3 parts champagne 
1/2 part Green Chartreuse
Pour liqueur into flute. Top with champagne or sparkling wine.
Garnish with an orange twist.

Bubbly Hibiscus
Perfect for a park cocktail. Each sip is as close as you can get to actually eating a flower, except it tastes delish.
3 parts champagne 
1/2 part hibiscus liqueur
Pour hibiscus into flute. Top with champagne or sparkling wine.
Garnish with frozen blueberries.

Bubbly L’Apricot
This liqueur has been described as fairy nectar and we get why. It’s amazing neat, mixed into a Manhattan or doused with champagne per below.
All seasons, all ways.
3 parts champagne
1/2 part L'Apricot liqueur
Pour liqueur into flute. Top with champagne or sparkling wine.
Garnish with a lemon twist.

Bubbly Violet
This liqueur tends to take the drink to the sweeter side
so you may need adjust for taste.
3 parts champagne
1/2 part Crème de Violette
Pour liqueur into flute. Top with champagne or sparkling wine.
Garnish with a blackberry or a lemon twist.
Bubbly Hemingway aka Death in the Afternoon
We love a cocktail that tells it like it is.
Go lightly with this baby because it drinks wayyy too easily.
3 parts champagne
1 oz absinthe
Pour liqueur into flute. Top with champagne or sparkling wine.
Garnish with a beach read.


What's your favorite champagne, champagne cocktail or quick hack...? 👇💋

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