Raspberry Champagne Float

3 minutes
February 6, 2023
Andi GleesonJump to Recipe
Raspberry Champagne Float #NewYears #cocktail
Raspberry Champagne Float #NewYears #cocktail
Raspberry Champagne Float #NewYears #cocktail

Hello, my friends! How was your Christmas? Ours was packed with toys, candy, kite flying, and Chinese food. We are one lucky family over here! With New Year’s being less than a week away, I felt compelled to bring you a champagne cocktail today. In fact, I think it might be breaking some sort of cocktail blogger code to do otherwise. Since I’m a good, law-abiding citizen, I bring you this Raspberry Champagne Float! This drink is pretty, no? It’s easy too and good, good, GOOD! Why toast the New Year with a plain old glass of bubbly when you could have this magenta beauty in hand? I would certainly want to kiss whoever handed me this champagne cocktail. Cheers, and Happy (almost) New Year!

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Raspberry Champagne Float #NewYears #cocktail

Raspberry Champagne Float

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This simple, beautiful cocktail is perfect for brunch or New Year’s Eve!

  • Total Time: 5 minutes
  • Yield: 1 1x




  1. Pour Chambord into a champagne flute. Use a small disher or teaspoon to scoop three small balls of sherbet, into the glass.
  2. Carefully pour champagne to fill the glass nearly to the top. Allow the bubbles to die down before adding more. Be prepared to sip overflowing bubbles.


Sherbet will make a creamier cocktail than the one in the photo, which is made with sorbet.

If you don’t have Chambord, you can leave it out and still have a tasty drink!

  • Author: Andi
  • Prep Time: 5
  • Category: Cocktail
Andi Gleeson, food blogger

Andi Gleeson

Andi Gleeson is a passionate blogger and mom based in San Francisco who focuses on easy and delicious dinner recipes.


10 years ago

So glad to hear you had a wonderful Christmas packed with so many goodies :) We are still visiting family and friends but it’s been really nice to see everyone. This drink looks so pretty and sounds perfect for ringing in the new year – hope you enjoy the rest of the holidays and Happy New Year Andi!

10 years ago

Hi, Kelly! I hope your trip is going well and you are having a nice visit. Happy New Year!

Julie @ This Gal Cooks
10 years ago

Ooh pretty drink, Andi!

My Christmas was pretty good. We went up to Lakeland, saw some friends Tuesday night, spent time with Ken’s family on Christmas Day. Good times! Glad to hear you had a good Christmas. :)

10 years ago

Thank you, Julie! That sounds like a fun-filled Christmas! I hope you get a nice break from school and work. Happy New Year!

10 years ago

good gosh that looks lovely :-) alas, am not at home where I have easy access to champagne and chambord. Just the same, cheers to you and what’s sure to be a brilliant 2014 for The Weary Chef :-D

10 years ago

Thank you, Liz! I hope you have a good New Year’s sans champagne ;)

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