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Cocktail Recipes Perfect for New Year’s Eve

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New Year’s Eve tonight and some people will kick back and celebrate with a cocktail or two. First, remember never drink and drive. If you’re celebrating at friend’s house, stay the night. If you’re going out have a designated driver or call a cab. Be safe, don’t drink and drive.

If you’re celebrating at home here are a couple of drinks you may want to try this evening.

Pomegranate Champagne Punch in pomegranate and mint which is a great cold-weather punch.

Sparkling Pear and Cranberry Cocktail is sweeter than champagne but lighter.

Gimmie, Gimmie S’more taste like a dessert and is served warm. It’s made with graham cracker liquir.

Recipes for all of these and more are her at:

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