Liam's Midnight Toast
A flavorful, colorful and classy cocktail for Christmas or New Year's Eve.
By: Stephen Phillips
4 oz. champagne (reasonably priced non-vintage champagne is fine)
1/2 oz. cognac
1/2 oz. Grand Marnier
dash of Campari
orange wheel (garnish)
- Fill a large chilled wineglass with crushed ice.
- Add the following in exactly this order:
- Grand Marnier
3. Garnish with an orange wheel.
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