KINKY Bubbles

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Are you ready for 2014? I am looking forward to it, hopefully it will be better than 2013 was! It’s hard to believe that one year ago, I thought 2013 was going to be my lucky year. Maybe it was, and I just don’t realize it yet…..we shall see.

Kinky Bubbles Cocktail in a champagne flute with a cherry at the bottom

I think my favorite part of 2013 has to be my new camera. My lighting is still not quite perfect, but I am having so much fun playing with it and creating those blurry backgrounds!

Yes, I was excited that the princess came back from Belgium…..but then she left again for college. I am super excited that my son bought his first house, but I guess I see those as their milestones and not mine. This here blog is my domain, and I am hoping to take it to the next level in 2014!!

I know, I know, you just want a cocktail recipe for New Year’s Eve. I bought this KINKY Liqueur a few months ago, and had no clue what I wanted to do with. I just loved the name and thought it would make a fun cocktail cake!! 😉

What is KINKY Liqueur?

Well the label says: “A naughty fusion of super premium vodka distilled 5 times with succulent mango, blood orange liqueur and passion fruit.” Works for me!

I went to the KINKY website to see what their suggestions were, and they were basically the same ideas that I had! KINKY Martini, that’s already been done. KINKY something with Prosecco, well they had two options. KINKY Italian has liqueur, limoncello, and prosecco, or the KINKY Bubbles was liqueur with champagne…..let’s go ahead and tweak the KINKY Bubbles!

How to make a KINKY Bubbles cocktail:

I dropped a maraschino cherry into a champagne flute because I thought it would look cool…..

Kinky Bubbles cherry cookingwithcurls.com

Measure out 2 ounces of KINKY Liqueur…..

Kinky Bubbles shot cookingwithcurls.com

and pour it into the glass. Top of the glass with Prosecco…..

Kinky Bubbles Cocktail

I am not a big fan of champagne, so I chose Cupcake Prosecco for the bubbly component. It looks so pretty…..

view looking down on a Kinky Bubbles Cocktail in a champagne flute sitting on a red square coaster

I just love the color. This cocktail would be perfect for Valentine’s Day with a strawberry garnish! Yes, I am getting ahead of myself here. 🙂

Do you know the proper way to open a bottle of champagne or prosecco?

If you think the correct answer is shaking it and popping the cork across the room, the answer is NO! Carefully twist the wire on the metal “cage” that surrounds the cork and remove it…..

Kinky Bubbles cage cookingwithcurls.com

I do not know if cage is the proper term, but that’s what it looks like to me. Okay, now cover the cork with a towel and carefully remove the cork by slightly twisting it back and forth and pulling upwards until it pops!

Kinky Bubbles towel cookingwithcurls.com

No one looses an eye, and you don’t waste any bubbly. 🙂

more bubbly cocktail recipes:

Sparkling Caramel Apple Cocktail

Blood Orange Mimosa

Cherry Moscow Mule

Raspberry Fizz Cocktail

Gold Royale Cocktail

Classic Mimosa

Enjoy!!

Kinky Bubbles Cocktail in a champagne flute with a cherry at the bottom

KINKY Bubbles

KINKY Bubbles is the perfect cocktail for New Year's Eve, Valentine's Day, or any special occasion involving bubbly!
5 from 1 vote
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Course: Drinks
Cuisine: American
Keyword: liqueuer, KINKY, bubbles, sparkling, cocktail, recipe, special
Total Time: 2 minutes
Servings: 1 Serving
Calories: 202kcal
Author: Lisa Johnson

Ingredients

  • 2 ounces KINKY Liqueur
  • 2 ounces champagne or prosecco
  • maraschino cherries optional

Instructions

  • Drop maraschino cherry into glass if using.
  • Add KINKY Liqueur.
  • Fill with prosecco or champagne.

Nutrition

Calories: 202kcal | Carbohydrates: 18g | Sodium: 8mg | Potassium: 49mg | Sugar: 18g | Iron: 0.2mg

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10 Comments

  1. So pretty!! And I have never shaken a bottle of champagne and only open them this way for mimosas so I guess I learned from the best over the years! 😉
    Cheers to you and Happy New Year! Will have to make this to ring in 2014 because it’s going to be a GREAT year! (Pinning, of course). xoxo

  2. Lisa, this cocktail looks wonderful and of course, I love the color – it’s pink!!! Thanks for the new drink inspiration! Enjoy the last Monday of 2013 and wishing you much love, joy and happiness in the New Year! Hugs!

  3. You crack me up Miss Kinky Boots… your liquor sounds divine. Does it make you sing show tunes too? Congrats to your kids… they sound like they are doing well. I’m still trying to get mine through high school. Maybe I need a kinky cocktail?

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