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Moscato Mule

Oookay, y’all! Where are our Moscow Mule lovers at!? Because over here at C+C HQ, we are BIG fans of a good mule, so we’re honestly a little embarrassed that it has taken us this long to create a wine version of one of our very favorite drinks. But, alas, we did it and it is well worth the wait. Introducing our twist on the Moscow Mule — it’s our Moscato Mule! (*squeals with excitement*).

Here’s what you’ll need:
-1 bottle Chalkboard Moscato
-Schwepp’s Gingerbeer (or brand of your choice)
-Fresh limes for juice and garnish

And here’s how you make it:
You can probably put 2 and 2 together here, but in case you want us to give the deets, here we go. In a mule glass, pour ginger beer over ice, top with Moscato, and squeeze the juice of about half of a lime. Garnish with lime slice, sip, and enjoy!

Yup, it’s really that easy. And it is SO crisp and delicious. We think it’s the best drink to carry you out of the end of the summer and into the fall. And it really is the perfect twist on your normal mule without sacrificing the flavor and refreshment that we all love! Serve it up at your next gathering or just make a couple for you and your babe to enjoy out on the patio one night! Either way, we think you’ll be refilling your glass a time or two. 

As always, you can check out our instagram @corksandcheers for the video on how to make it!

Cheers, friends! 

Ogio Creamsicle Mimosa

Okay, y’all…how is everyone holding up!? We are DEEP into this wild quarantine season and speaking from experience, some of us are ready to lose our minds, right!? Which is where we come in! Who’s ready for an April pick-me-up?!

Today we’re sharing our to-die-for Ogio Creamsicle Mimosas and y’all — these things put the OG mimosas to shame! The recipe is super easy, and the taste is DE-LISH!

Here’s what you’ll need:
Ogio Prosecco
Heavy Cream
Orange Juice
Oranges to garnish

And here’s how you make it:
It’s honestly a normal mimosa, with the addition of heavy cream. We started by pouring our OJ into a champagne flute, followed by the heavy cream, and topped with our Prosecco. As far as amounts, you can kind of eyeball it & adjust to taste. We, of course, are big believers in more Prosecco than OJ, but you do you! Garnish with orange slices and enjoy! SO smooth, so delicious.

We are obsessed with this one! It really is like a creamsicle in a cup and is the PERFECT drink to transition us into those warmer temps (and hopefully out of quarantine, right!?) This is a great option to enjoy with brunch OR as a dessert after a meal! Whichever way you decide to enjoy it, we know you won’t be disappointed!

Cheers!

Cranberry Fizz Cocktail

CRANBERRY FIZZ COCKTAIL & BRIE BITES

Make your holiday toast even more special with this Cranberry Fizz Cocktail that includes Ogio Prosecco, 7Up with homemade cranberry syrup!

This refreshing cocktail is sure to be a hit this holiday season. Serve it with these easy to make Cranberry Brie Bites for the perfect holiday party. We’ve partnered with Lena’s Kitchen to share some easy and tasty cocktail recipes including Ogio Prosecco and 7Up for your holiday parties.

We love that this Cranberry Fizz Cocktail captures the delicious flavors of the holidays while being fresh and bright. Along with the yummy Cranberry Brie Bites that add that cheesy and crunchy texture with a hint of sweetness from the cranberry sauce.

We love this quote from Lena’s Kitchen Blog:

“If you’re new to Prosecco or don’t really understand the difference between Italian Prosecco and French Champagne, let’s just say Prosecco is Champagne’s fresh, young, and vibrant younger cousin with a delicious and less sharp flavor profile.”

Let’s have fun this Holiday Season not only sharing these cocktails and appetizers, but creating moments and memories with friends and family.

If you make our CRANBERRY FIZZ COCKTAIL or CRANBERRY BRIE BITES, please be sure to leave a comment and give this recipe a rating! Above all, we love hearing from you guys and always do our best to respond to each and every comment. 

And of course, if you do make this recipe, don’t forget to also tag Lena or us on InstagramLooking through the photos of recipes you all have made is our favorite!

This is a sponsored conversation written by Lena on behalf of Corks and Cheers. The opinions and text are all from Lena’s Kitchen Blog.

Happy Holidays, friends!

Sending you Peace, Love, and Joy!

Lena and the Corks + Cheers Family

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