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Snowglobe Champagne Cocktail

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Oh my gosh if you’re looking to add a little sparkle and creativity to your holidays cocktails this is for you! The snowglobe cocktail is trending now and is so cute. It’s such a fun and easy way to make your drinks a little special for the New Year!

Ready to enjoy? Let’s explore how to make the Snowglobe Champagne Cocktail and make your New Year’s celebrations extra special.

Preparation Tips

To ensure a seamless experience, especially when serving a crowd, consider preparing the Snowglobe Champagne Cocktails a day ahead or in the morning.

The minimal water used in the recipe allows for quick freezing, making it a hassle-free process.

Glass Suggestions

If you’re making these for a crowd you could use the small clear plastic wine or punch glasses.

If it’s just for a couple people use a highball type glass.

Recipe: Snowglobe Champagne Cocktail


  • 10 Fresh Cranberries
  • 1 Sprig Rosemary
  • 1 Bottle Champagne, Prosecco, or Sparkling Wine
  • Edible glitter (optional)


1. Prep the Glass

  • Fill the bottom of the glass with fresh cranberries.

2. Create the “Tree”

  • Wedge a sprig of rosemary in the middle of the glass between the cranberries, ensuring it sticks up straight.

3. Freeze

  • Fill the glass with enough water to cover the cranberries and freeze. Allow some time for the water to solidify.

4. Final Touch

  • Once frozen and ready to serve, fill the glass with Champagne or your preferred sparkling wine. For an extra touch of glamour, consider adding Edible Glitter!

Serving and Presentation

Once you’re ready to serve just fill your glass with champagne or sparkling wine. The bubbles in the champagne look like the snow and make it so cute! Plus the ice helps keep your drink cold.

Edible Glitter: Elevate the Magic

Enhance the enchanting atmosphere of your Snowglobe Champagne Cocktail by incorporating Edible Glitter. This delightful addition adds a touch of magic, making your drinks even more dazzling and memorable.


Well I hope this Snowglobe Champagne Cocktail helps make your holiday just a bit more special! It’s the little things that we do that make every holiday memorable. I hope you have an amazing New Year! Cheers!

Snowglobe Champagne Cocktail

A highball glass with frozen cranberries and a sprig of rosemary to make your Champagne experience one to remember!
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  • 10 Fresh Cranberries
  • 1 Sprig Rosemary
  • 1 Bottleq Champagne, Prosecco or Sparkling Wine
  • Edible Glitter Optional


  • Fill bottom of glass with fresh cranberries
  • Wedge a sprig of rosemary in the middle of the glass between the cranberries so it sticks up straight
  • Fill with enough water to cover the cranberries and freeze
  • Once frozen and ready to serve fill glass with Champagne
  • Optional: Add Edible Glitter
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