We made it! It’s the end of 2014 and, frankly, it couldn’t come soon enough.
Now, don’t get me wrong, there were a lot of good things that happened in 2014 and I don’t want to dismiss themÂ but there were also a lot of sucky things that happened, friends we lost, and the struggles that went into making the good things happen. It’s been a rough year not just for me but for many of my friends and, well, we’re all hoping for a better time of things in 2015!
So with that in mind, I present to you the final cocktail in our Advent series…
Ruffino Holiday Sparkler
Gather together to celebrate tradition and the holiday season with the Ruffino Holiday Sparker. This cocktail includes autumn flavors of apple cider, cranberry, citrus and maple syrup, making it an easy-to-make, but still complex cocktail for your festive fete.
- 3 oz. Ruffino Prosecco DOC
- 3/4 oz. apple cider
- 3/4 oz. cranberry juice
- 1 tsp. maple syrup
- Squeeze of 1 lemon wedge
Add ingredients directly to a mixing glass with ice and stir briefly.Â Strain into a chilled champagne flute that has been rimmed w/ cinnamon sugar. Garnish with a mint leaf floating on top.
As we raise our glasses tonight and watch the ball drop, or otherwise count down the seconds until the new year begins, I wish you all well. I thank you for being a part of my 2014 (even the sucky parts) as it all combines to make us stronger and better for the future. May you have a brilliant 2015 and seize every moment of promise for the gift it is!
***This recipe was submitted by a representative of Ruffino Prosecco, I am not affiliated with the brand nor was I compensated for this post. As always, we encourage responsible refreshment and the use of the Designated Driver. No drunken monkeys, please!***
2 thoughts on “Cocktail Advent 31: Holiday Sparkler”
Just wanted to say congrats on completing the entire month and providing us with so many yummy drinks!
I hope you found some good inspiration in them–it was a fun way to “take a break” from blogging over the holiday without the site going stagnant 🙂