A Cranberry Lemon Drop is a delightful way to celebrate the holidays, all in one gorgeous chilled glass. This festive drink is just the right balance of crisp and fruity, with a slight touch of sweetness!
This Cranberry Lemon Drop is a delicious, simple recipe to accompany any meal and make your holiday merry and bright.
The addition of rosemary adds the true taste of the holidays that I cherish so much. As soon as you take that first sip you’ll realize that this deliciousness is the drink you won’t want to live without when Christmas rolls around every year.
Cranberry Lemon Drop
Cranberry Lemon Drops:
I really hope you guys get the chance to relax and enjoy the holidays with a Cranberry Lemon Drop. A glass of this yumminess in one hand, a cookie in the other, and a small child shooting nerf gun darts at you repeatedly (hey they’ve got to have fun too!). It’s what Christmas is all about.
It's almost the best booze day of the year my friends!!! International Champagne day, I mean New Years Eve ;-) Obviously it's no secret that I have a love affair with all things boozey. Champagne however just happens to be my favorite! I am such a bubbley contisure that Champagne has become a "person" when I'm out and about with my friends. One of my besties & I can't walk two steps when out together without someone asking us how our bff champagne is doing since champagne is always in our hands.
Since bubbles are what I am known for, I thought I would pass on my knowledge of all things bubbly under $20! Champagne newbies constantly ask me for bottle selection advice past the Asti & Andres. If you're a champagne lover like myself, yes, not all of these bottles are a true champagne, but they all do bubble and will make a fabulous beverage of choice when ringing in the new year if you're on a budget! So this post is for all of you ballers on a budget! You can still ring in the new year drinking something delicious without the cost! They have all passed the CourtneyLynne taste test too since I have tried them all :)
**All Prices Came From Wine.com. Price will change depending on your location/store**
LaMarca Prosecco ~ $17
Jacqueline Brut Rosé ~ $12.99
Cupcake Vineyards Prosecco ~ $14
Jean Louis Champagne ~ $10.99
Arthur Metz ~ $18.99
Mumm Napa Brut Rose ~ $19.99
Rondel Gold ~ $10.99
Chandon Rebecca Minkoff ~ $17-24
Villa Conchi Brut ~ $14.99
Anna Brut ~ $14.99
Veuve Clicquot ~ $44 online - $56 if you live in Jamestown ;-)
Not exactly a budget bubble, but it's my absolute favorite so I would be a hypocrite not to include!!!!! To me, taste-wise, Veuve beats Dom, Crystal, Krug! Don't get me wrong, I will pop any of those bottles at a heart beat, but Veuve Clicquot really does out taste them all!! If you feel like shelling out a few extra dollars, you champagne newbies will be in love! PS ~ The Vueve Rose is worth the few extra bucks as well ;-)
CourtneyLynne is former model turned mommy & wifey! When not blogging all things foodie, fashion, travel, mom life & straight up fabulousness to the masses, she can be found chasing her toddler around in 6in stilettos & laughing at her own jokes her glass of wine told her to tell.