New Year's Eve Speakeasy Party

The name comes from a super-expensive Champagne used in the original, but you can use a more budget-friendly sparkler and nobody will know.

Here’s an adaptation of a bubbly celebration drink from American mixology pioneer Dale DeGroff. It combines añejo tequila, blood orange juice, aromatic Clément Créole Shrubb liqueur, and a top-up with sparkling rosé.... Read More