The past couple of posts have focused on various New Year‘s traditions; and I have one more to share with you. Actually, this tradition is one of my favorites – the New Year’s toast. On this occasion, my husband and I are thrilled with a glass of perfectly chilled champagne. There have been times when we have been just as content with a glass of sparkling apple cider. Martinelli’s is our favorite.
However, if you are thinking of champagne, and need some ideas, I hope this post will come in handy. I have also included a few food suggestions for your consideration. Whatever you decide, remember there is only one rule – please have fun.
So here’s my toast to you my friends.
In the New Year, may your right hand always be stretched out in friendship,
but never in want.
Traditional Irish Toast
With Peace & Blessings,
Veuve Cliquot via elegant-classics.tumblr.com
Blue Velvet Cake via Oprah.com
Lanson Pink Champagne via sleever.com
Lanson Brut via thedrinksbusiness.com
Southern Fried Chicken via twirlandtaste.com
Tattinger Rose via google.co.uk
Tattinger Brut – Kelly Renee via Pinterest.com
White Flower Champagne glasses via Etsy.com
White Flower Farm Tulip – BHG.com
Pommery Champagne – elle.it
Pommery Champagne via Nadia Von Kitchevitch via Pinterest.com
Goat Cheese Deviled Eggs via seattletimes.nwsource.com
Queens English Champagne Bucket via Interior Illusions
Gold Moet and Chandon via ananas.com.au
GM Mumm via thedrinksbusiness.com
GM Mumm Pink via gayot.com
Blooming Champagne cocktail via mollyann-m-blogspot.com
Vanilla Caramels with Sea Salt via sweet candy.com
Piper via flickr.com
Laurent Perrier via wildcard.co.uk
Laurent Perrier via bridesmagazine.co.uk
Cheese and fruit plate via Health.com
Perrier Jouet via sheknows.com
Perrier Jouet Rose via Kate Valdmanis, Pinterest
Nicolas Feuillate via the drinks business.com