Blackberry Champagne co*cktail Recipe - The Cookie Rookie® (2024)

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By: Becky Hardin

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This Blackberry Champagne co*cktail is one of the prettiest co*cktails out there. These easy Blackberry co*cktails have an ombre effect that makes them a beautiful addition to special occasions.

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What’s in this Blackberry co*cktail?

This blackberry champagne drink is sparkling, delicious, and beautiful! I love making these for parties and special occasions, and they look amazing. It’s so easy to make something that looks party-perfect!

  • Blackberries: I prefer using fresh berries, but you can use frozen if needed. Just thaw them out before making the syrup.
  • Sugar and Water: These ingredients are used to make the simple syrup.
  • Champagne: I went with a classic Champagne, but any sparkling wine will do.
  • Rosemary: Adds visual interest and a balancing herbal flavor.

Pro Tip: Using frozen berries for the garnish step would add a refreshing twist and help keep the drinks cool if you’re serving them outside.

Variations on a Blackberry Mimosa

You could change up the co*cktail a bit with a flavored champagne (like strawberry), or try a sparkling rosé. Different berries, like raspberries or strawberries, would be delicious. And you can mix up the herb to change the flavor even more. Mint and basil are my personal favorites.

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What mixes well with champagne?

If you ask me, pretty much anything! Here, I opted for blackberries for their tart and sweet flavor.

Is prosecco the same thing as champagne?

Not really. Technically speaking, champagne is a type of sparkling wine that can only come from the Champagne region of France. Prosecco is sparkling wine that is made in Italy. They are similar, but prosecco tends to be sweeter than champagne.

Can I make this co*cktail ahead of time?

While I don’t recommend making the entire co*cktail ahead of time, you can make the blackberry simple syrup up to 1 week in advance and store it in the refrigerator until you’re ready to use it.

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Serving Suggestions

These blackberry co*cktails are perfect for toasting, dessert drinks, or party celebrations. So I love serving them along with a few finger foods rather than meals. I love them with Creamy Artichoke Bruschetta, Bacon-wrapped Dates, Whipped Goat Cheese Crostini, and .

This makes a beautiful holiday co*cktail too, so keep it in mind for your next Christmas party or NYE celebration.

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Blackberry Champagne co*cktail

4.57 from 82 votes

Author: Becky Hardin – The Cookie Rookie

Prep: 5 minutes minutes

Cook: 15 minutes minutes

Total: 20 minutes minutes

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A sweet blackberry simple syrup is mixed with champagne for a beautiful sparkling co*cktail.

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Ingredients

  • 1 cup fresh blackberries
  • 1 cup granulated sugar
  • 1 cup water
  • 750 mL champagne (1 bottle)
  • 4 sprigs fresh rosemary

Instructions

  • In a small saucepan, combine the blackberries, sugar, and water. Bring to a boil on high heat, and then reduce to a simmer and let cook for approximately 15-17 minutes. The blackberries will become soft and bright in color and a pinkish purple syrup will form. Making sure it cooks down enough is essential to keeping the ombre effect.

    1 cup fresh blackberries, 1 cup granulated sugar, 1 cup water

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  • Take off of the heat and drain the blackberries, keeping the syrup in a separate bowl. Set both aside and allow to cool.

  • Once blackberries and simple syrup are cooled, spoon about 4 tablespoons of syrup into the bottom of each champagne flute.

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  • Top with champagne.

    750 mL champagne

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  • Garnish with fresh blackberries or the cooked blackberries, and a sprig of rosemary.

    4 sprigs fresh rosemary

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Becky’s tips

  • Don’t pour the champagne too fast, or you’ll risk ruining the ombre effect.
  • Using frozen berries for the garnish step would add a refreshing twist and help keep the drinks cool if you’re serving them outside.
  • The blackberry syrup can be made up to 1 week in advance and stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator until ready to use.

Nutrition Information

Serving: 1drink Calories: 300kcal (15%) Carbohydrates: 55g (18%) Protein: 1g (2%) Fat: 0.3g Saturated Fat: 0.01g Polyunsaturated Fat: 0.1g Monounsaturated Fat: 0.02g Sodium: 17mg (1%) Potassium: 225mg (6%) Fiber: 2g (8%) Sugar: 54g (60%) Vitamin A: 80IU (2%) Vitamin C: 8mg (10%) Calcium: 30mg (3%) Iron: 1mg (6%)

More Blackberry co*cktails We Love

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Meet Becky Hardin

Becky Hardin is a wife and mother living in Saint Louis Missouri. She founded The Cookie Rookie in 2012 as a creative way to share recipes. Now, she is a trusted resource for easy cooking around the world, being featured in Taste of Home, The Kitchn, ABC’s Home and Family, and more. Here at The Cookie Rookie she is the editor in chief of all recipes and continues to enjoy sharing her passion for cooking for busy families. She has since founded two additional food blogs, Easy Chicken Recipes and Easy Dessert Recipes.

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Jane

Posted on 12/16/2022

Wow que c’est beau! Après le 3e essai j’ai réussi à ce que le sirop ne se mélange pas au vin. On doit verser le vin, puis le sirop qui ira vers le fond. Effet assuré. Merci beaucoup 🥂Blackberry Champagne co*cktail Recipe - The Cookie Rookie® (18)

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Teresa

Posted on 11/10/2022

I have made these in the past and they were a huge hit. Please can you advise if a non-alcohol version can be made and what would be used instead of the ChampagneBlackberry Champagne co*cktail Recipe - The Cookie Rookie® (20)

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Samantha Marceau

Posted on 11/11/2022

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You can use a non-alcoholic champagne, sparkling white grape juice, or sparkling apple cider!

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Yazmin

Posted on 12/20/2021

My rosemary floats up the glass when I make this. Any tips for keeping it weighed down? Thanks!

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Becky Hardin

Posted on 12/22/2021

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It can happen! Even adding a berry to the bottom in hopes to weigh it down!

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Herbie VerSmels

Posted on 1/17/2022

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Grenadine is what I used instead of blackberry syrup. Just change the name of the drink! The rosemary makes it tough to drink without it going in your eye or up your nose. Trim it short.

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Girliegirl

Posted on 12/18/2021

These were a hit!! My guests just raved over them! I didn’t get the ombré effect, but I think because I poured too quickly or maybe didn’t let the syrup settle. But they were delish!!Blackberry Champagne co*cktail Recipe - The Cookie Rookie® (26)

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Becky Hardin

Posted on 12/22/2021

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Taste is most important anyway :)!

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Christy

Posted on 12/21/2020

Hello. I’m wanting to make these for New Year’s Eve but I would like to know what the gold around the rim of glass is. I feel the gold completes the look . Any suggestions ? I’m assuming some kind of sugar mixture ?

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Lynda

Posted on 10/13/2022

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did you ever get an answer??
i agree with you

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Samantha Marceau

Posted on 10/13/2022

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It’s turbinado sugar!

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Anne

Posted on 1/2/2020

Delicious ♡

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Becky Hardin

Posted on 1/3/2020

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Thank you, Anne!! I’m glad you loved it!

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Cheryl Champagne

Posted on 12/24/2019

Becky I cant wait to make these today!

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Becky Hardin

Posted on 12/27/2019

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Let me know what you think of them once you make them!!

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Neesha Neumann

Posted on 12/18/2019

How do I thicken my blackberry simple syrup? It seems a bit too runny.

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Anita

Posted on 12/17/2019

Hi you don’t mention what you put on the rim of the glasses of the champagne blackberry co*cktail

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Doreen

Posted on 12/31/2020

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I’m doing simple syrup and gold sparkling sugar (Betty Crocker or Wilson at Walmart, Target or Michael’s).

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