Cheers To The New Year, Here Is A Must Try New Year Punch
New Year’s is just in a couple of days in Central Texas and I may not have all my New Year’s resolutions together but I do have my recipe for the best New Year’s punch you have ever tasted in your life. We are all aware once the clock strikes 12 o’clock midnight, we’re all going to scream happy New Year’s and have a toast.
CHEERS TO THE NEW YEAR!
For years after saying happy New Year’s, we would toast with cheap champagne and have hangovers like you wouldn’t believe the next day. Once I realize that I had one too many hangovers each New Year I knew it was time for me to make my own special New Year’s punch. I wanted to make a punch that still had the feeling of popping champagne bottles on New Year’s Eve but I also wanted it to be delicious.
HERE IS WHAT YOU NEED:
Peach puree, Belaire, and, ideally, your flute glasses.
Open your Belaire 10 to 15 minutes before you plan to pour the cocktails, keeping it refrigerated. Fill the glasses to the rim and garnish.
HAPPY NEW YEAR CENTRAL TEXAS
This Peach Bellini New Year’s punch is a crowd-pleaser every year and it doesn’t leave you with any residue or a hangover. This delicious recipe has been a tradition for the last six years in my household, I truly hope you enjoy it and hope you do too. Happy New Year Central Texas I wish everyone the best and cheers to 2023!
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