Nothing says party better than a popped bottle of champagne.

If it’s drama your party needs, a bottle of Moet can bring it but if you want something a little bit decadent and edgy - make champagne cocktails.

Most champaign cocktails are easy to make and require just a handful of ingredients. All you need to keep in mind is to not waste time once the bottle is open, otherwise, you’ll lose its precious fizz.

Follow along to make some amazing cocktails that’ll blow the socks off your guests and further your quest to become an at-home mixologist.

Mango Bellini

This is for all the mango lovers out there.

With a beautiful sunrise yellow colour, this drink is sure to impress your guests. And all you need are two ingredients mango and champaign.

In a blender add 100 mL of champagne and half of a ripe mango. Blend until smooth, strain and serve in Champagne coupe or flute glass.

Pro Tip: If mango isn’t your thing, you can make a classic peach Bellini which uses peach juice in place of mango purée.


Mimosa is a quintessential champagne cocktail. Often enjoyed with breakfast or brunch, this orangy goodness is an absolute delight and like the Bellini, this is two ingredients.

In glass pour 100 mL of champagne and 75 mL of orange juice. Stir with a long spoon and enjoy.

Champagne Mojito

Move over, white rum mojito, there’s a new player in the house.

Champagne mojito is bubbly, minty and pleasurably sweet and just the perfect coming together of two classic beverages.

To make this you’ll need a tablespoon of lemon juice, a tablespoon of simple syrup, two to three sprigs of mint leaves and a 100mL of champagne. Combine in a tall champagne glass and you’ll have a champagne mojito that can please the gods.