Posted On December 29, 2014 By In Food and Drink For Men, Food and Drink For Women, Manzone

New Year’s Eve Treats from Once Upon a Vine, Bulleit Bourbon, and Captain Morgan


Looking for some creative drinks to ring in the New Year successfully? Well you’re in luck! Our friends at Once Upon a Vine, Bulleit Bourbon, and Captain Morgan have got you covered with some unique cocktails to get 2015 started the right way.

If you’re looking for a champagne replacement to toast with at midnight, Once Upon a Vine’s Enchanted Berry Bubbly is the perfect spin on a New Year’s Eve classic. If whiskey is more your style, the Bulleit Hot Toddy is a warm, festive drink option great for bringing in 2015. And when it’s time for a group toast, Captain’s Black Washington Apple is the perfect choice to celebrate with friends. Learn how to make these delectable drinks below, and have a NYE to (not) remember!


Enchanted Berry Bubbly (5 Servings)

What you’ll need:

  • 1 750 mL Bottle Once Upon A Vine, Enchanted Woods Bubbly
  • 1 12 oz. Pack Whole Cranberries
  • 1 24.5 oz. Bottle Raspberry Flavor Syrup

Directions: Freeze cranberries overnight. Add a dash of raspberry syrup to each glass of sparkling wine and garnish with three frozen cranberries.

Screen Shot 2014-12-29 at 3.26.13 PM



Bulleit Hot Toddy

What you’ll need:

  • 1.25 oz. Bulleit Bourbon
  • 1 tsp. fine grain sugar
  • 2 small clove(s)
  • 1.5 oz. boiling water


Directions: Add Bulleit Bourbon, fine grain sugar, and cloves in a mug. Add boiling water. Stir.

Screen Shot 2014-12-29 at 3.27.52 PM



Captain’s Black Washington Apple

What you’ll need:

  • .75 oz. CAPTAIN MORGAN® Black Spiced Rum
  • .75 oz. Apple Liqueur
  • .75 oz. Red Cranberry Juice

Directions: In an ice filled shaker glass, combine all the ingredients. Shake well and strain into a shot glass.

Screen Shot 2014-12-29 at 3.29.19 PM



Happy New Year! Party responsibly, boys and girls.


Tags : , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Ascher Robbins is the Founder, CEO, and Editor-In-Chief at Writtalin. He is a proud UCSB graduate and Vail, Colorado native. Ascher started Writtalin to get rich and famous, but so far, he is neither of those things. He is, however, a pretty alright dude. You can email Ascher at: [email protected]