12 New Year's Cocktails for Your Midnight Toast

Clink glasses of these mixed drinks and champagne cocktails at your New Year's Eve party.

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Remixed Champagne Kirs

Don't just pop champagne on New Year's Eve — kick things up with Thai-chile-and-raspberry-spiked vodka cocktails.

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Orange and Raspberry Mimosa

Laura Vitale's mimosas have a double dose of juicy fruit with oranges and raspberries, and the pink hue makes a beautiful midnight toast.

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Cranberry Kir Royale

Ruby-red cranberries make an ideal seasonal ingredient star for holiday cocktails. Tyler adds fresh orange juice and zest to his homemade cranberry syrup for a bubbly beverage that brims with sweet-tart flavor.

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Orange Cream Mimosa

For a classier take on mimosas, use blood orange soda and white wine for a tart, sweet and easy sipping cocktail.

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Blissini

What are you toasting with at midnight? You could go with traditional bubbly, or try Giada's blissini, made with Prosecco, Italy's champagne.

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Blood Orange Soda Sangria

For a classier take on mimosas, use blood orange soda and white wine for a tart and sweet, easy sipping cocktail.

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Cranberry Prosecco Fizz

Rosemary isn't just a garnish in this fizzy cocktail — it adds an earthy flavor to sweet-and-tart cranberries.

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Prosecco Gold Rush

Take your bubbly up a notch for the holidays with vodka and cinnamon schnapps.

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Sparkling Wine Sangria

Break out of the New Year's champagne rut and make this sangria with Cava, Spanish sparkling wine. It's delicious and often less expensive than the French variety.

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Meshugana Macaroon

Meshugana is the Yiddish word for "crazy," and Alie and Georgia's cocktail has all kinds of crazy coconut flavor. To make their sweet and stylish sipper, shake a mixture of coconut rum, coconut creme, vanilla-infused vodka and a teaspoon of egg white (for a bit of festive froth), then pour into a chocolate-rimmed glass.

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Virgin Pomegranate and Cranberry Bellinis

For a family-friendly cocktail, whip up Giada's sweet-tart bellinis. You can always spike a batch for the adults.

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Nini Bellini

Jamie Oliver loves classic Venetian Bellinis, even when fresh peaches are out of season. Just reach for canned ones during the winter!

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