Seriously Delicious Holiday Champagne Punch

This Champagne Punch is festive, delicious and so pretty, too!

Seriously Delicious Champagne Punch easy to make, beautiful and a total crowd pleaser!This recipe may be the most amazing treat to my taste buds in all year. Yes, it’s a holiday champagne punch, and I kid you not… it is SERIOUSLY delicious! Plus it’s easy to make in large quantities or small, depending on the occasion. I definitely plan on serving it at our holiday party and again on Christmas Day.

Holiday Champagne PunchHoliday Champagne Punch Ingredients

3 cinnamon sticks
4 whole cloves
1 cup water
1/2 cup sugar
2 cups cranberry juice
3/4 cup pineapple juice
1 bottle champagne, chilled
1 lemon, cut in quarters
Red rimming sugar


Bring water, sugar, cinnamon sticks and cloves to boil in a small pot. Reduce heat and simmer 5 minutes.

Holiday Champagne Punch

While the mixture simmers, rim your champagne glasses with sugar. To do this, first rim the glass with lemon. Next, dip the rim in the red sugar.

This recipe may be the most amazing treat to my tastebuds in all 2014. Yes, it's a holiday champagne brunch, and I kid you not... it is SERIOUSLY delicious!

Once the sugar water simmering is complete, discard cinnamon and cloves. Cool to room temperature and pour into large pitcher. Add cranberry juice and pineapple juice, and chill until you are ready to serve. At serving time, add chilled champagne and pour into your rimmed champagne glasses.

This recipe may be the most amazing treat to my tastebuds in all 2014. Yes, it's a holiday champagne brunch, and I kid you not... it is SERIOUSLY delicious!

It is so pretty and festive!

Holiday Champagne Punch... This will be the hit of your holiday party! Everyone LOVED it! And it's so festive. :)

The Tablers fell in love with this punch at first sip. I can’t wait to serve it on Christmas Day! I know I’ll need more than one batch. I plan on tripling the recipe. I will separate the cooked sugar water into 3 batches. Then, right before serving a new batch, I’ll add the juices and the champagne. I have a feeling that all three batches will be consumed without a problem!

Amazing holiday drink that will impress your guests!

Goodness… I love entertaining with sparkly, “Christmasy” things!

So festive! Holiday Champagne Punch!

Your guests will LOVE this holiday signature drink! MINE DID! It's so tasty and looks so HOLIDAY!

If you wish to serve for a New Year’s Eve party, you could substitute multi-color sprinkles for the red sugar. Doesn’t that sound festive? I hope you’ll try my holiday champagne punch!

Here are a few things that will help in making this recipe.


OMG!!!!! This Champagne Punch recipe is easy to make, beautiful and a total crowd pleaser! It's a perfect holiday cocktail and easy to make large quantities. Make alot because your guests will want more than one glass!


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  1. These look so festive and pretty! Love the way you styled this and it sounds yummy too! Thanks for sharing on Real Food Recipes. If you have a minute, I’d love it if you stopped by my blog sometime. Have a lovely day!

  2. Andrea… your champagne punch sounds delicious and your presentation is fabulous!!
    I always say presentation is everything and you’ve out done yourself!!
    Thanks for linking up to Project Inspire{d}!
    All the best for a most Joyous Christmas!

  3. Looks delicious and beautiful presentation. But of course I wouldn’t expect anything different from you my clever friend☺️

  4. Hi,

    Thank You for the tip for a welcome drink, Maam Andrea.

    This is a must to try.

    Happy Holidays.


  5. I’m sure THIS would put me in the holiday mood. Yum!

  6. This looks so pretty and delish! I love a good cocktail! Glad to connect through Wine’d Down Wednesdays! I am going ot share this on my FB page! 🙂

  7. This looks so festive and yummy!!!

  8. I bet the cinnamon really adds a great flavor.

  9. This sounds delicious, and looks so festive! I am going to Christmas brunch at my brother’s house this year and I think I’ll be bringing a batch of this! Stopping by from SITS Sharefest!

  10. What a beautiful cocktail! Perfect for New Years! Thank you for sharing on Show Me Saturday!

  11. Sounds and looks delicious! I can’t wait to make some after baby is born 🙂 Thanks for sharing on Sunday FUNday! I’ll be featuring you at this weekend’s party!

  12. jacqui besson says:

    This looks amazing please advise which champagne you used a white or red and which one.

  13. Hi Andrea,
    You can also dip the rims in Grand Marnier…that’s the way I’ve been making it all these years. I also like to use nonpareils around the rim for New Years Eve parties or a New Years Day brunch. You can see how that looks in this post:

  14. Thank you so much for linking up your yummy looking recipe on the Brag-Worthy Thursday link party, however, we are trying to stick to just DIY/home/craft posts, so we will have to delete your link. Thank you for understanding.

  15. Can anyone advise how many this recipe serves? It sounds great for my in laws’ annual NYE party, but it would help to know how many batches to have pre prepared. Thanks!

  16. I’m planning on serving this at our NYE party….can anyone tell me how many the recipe serves? Thank you.

    • Yes! So sorry to just get back to you. The recipe makes 8 servings. I usually make enough for 2 batches but I wait to pour champagne in second batch when first is done (depending on how many I’ll be serving). Let me know how it goes!

  17. Hello, This recipe is for how many glasses please ?

    • Yes! The recipe makes 8 servings. I usually make enough for 2 batches but I wait to pour champagne in second batch when first is done (depending on how many I’ll be serving). Let me know how it goes!

  18. I’ve had this recipe pinned for tomorrow night, thinking I had cinnamon sticks..looks like I used them! Has anyone tried ground cinnamon or should I go to the store?

    • Hi Tara! I think I would either go without cinnamon or go to the store. But I’ve never tried it without. I would think it would still taste amazing, but different!

  19. Would you double all ingredients if you were using the large bottle of champagne from Costco?


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