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This is quite nice We thought the triple sec really added to the flavor. Made for "Let's P-A-R-T-Y! 2010"

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momaphet January 13, 2011

My sister made these for our Christmas party and used cranberry pomegranate juice instead. She used fancy cocktail sword picks with a gumdrop as a garnish. Very pretty and tasty.

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Soxfan January 07, 2010

Well, I am making it tomorrow night, but how great. I already tried it with a small split for just me. I did freeze a couple of cranberries for the bottom of the glass for something pretty. Then I tried it with white wine. I froze cranberry juice ice cubes with mint and then used the triple sec, and almost used a spritzer of seltzer water and the end to make a fancy wine cooler. Same method and ingredients and very good. It will be tomorrow night, but did try it. I wanted a cranberry drink and found it last week. Definitely very nice.

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SarasotaCook December 23, 2009

I had a Poinsettia at a Christmas party last week. It was just Champagne and cranberry juice...no triple sec, with frozen cranberries served in a Champagne flute. Super yummy and the cranberries made it look "poinsettia-ish"!

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Veggies4me December 21, 2009

Very pretty and delicious Christmas cocktail.. Just served it for a Christmas dinner party.. Added a few raspberries to each glass.. Could not get fresh, so used frozen. Adds a pretty touch. Thanks for the recipe and Merry Christmas.

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PugMomma December 16, 2008

We liked these very much - very sweet. I used Cranberry Pomegranate juice and Cointreau. Couldn't drink very many b/c they were so sweet and "tasted like a hangover that would sneak up on you in the morning"...and it did! So be careful b/c they go down easily! :-) Thanks for the great recipe!

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Lisa in Acworth, GA January 01, 2008

Very nice and very festive (and best of all, also very simple!). Thank you for sharing this receipe.

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Maggie, Cooking December 22, 2007

Had this for New Years. Chilled the glasses and it was a beautiful pink color and very romantic.

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Mrsvamp January 07, 2007

A dear friend of ours serves these cocktails every Christmas and they are wonderful. Makes you feel very classy even when you are eating pigs in a blanket along side the drink :) They are a must for the holidays. Thanks for posting this. Happy Holidays

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Carb Lover December 16, 2006

Elegant looking and very tasty. Had a slight fruit taste that was just right. Great combination of flavors. I also chilled my champagne flutes before adding the champagne mixture. Can't wait to make these up for our family Christmas dinner.

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~Nimz~ December 11, 2005
Poinsettia