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    14 Delicious Two-Ingredient Cocktails That Are Totally Foolproof

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    1. A floral and bubbly cocktail to celebrate ~in style~.

    Mix 1/2 oz. of the elderflower liqueur with 4 oz. of champagne and garnish with an orange slice or a strawberry. For an even lighter take, mix the liqueur with a prosecco like Santa Margherita Prosecco Superiore DOCG ($15.99 here).

    2. This refreshingly fizzy cocktail for something a little different.

    Combine bittersweet Campari and a hoppy IPA (whatever brand you like) for a unique cocktail that'll get you DRUNK IN LOVE. Top one or two shots of Campari with about half a bottle of beer. Garnish with a lemon twist. Learn more about the recipe here.

    3. This savory twist on your go-to brunch bev.

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    Love a good Bloody Mary? Well, get ready for your new fave. Divide a can of tomato juice evenly between two pint glasses and then add beer. Taste to determine desired ratio. Learn more about the recipe here.

    4. This addictive combo that's drinkable AF.

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    Combine 1 and 1/2 oz. of Cointreau with 1 oz. of Fernet Branca. Then, add 3/4 oz. of freshly squeezed lime juice to really seal the deal. Serve with ice. Learn more about the recipe here.

    5. This minty sweet cocktail that lets you repurpose your leftover candy canes.

    Add a dash Angostura Bitters and a few candy canes for garnish and you're ready for love. Get full instructions here.

    6. This pink cocktail that'll make you feel warm all over.

    Top one or two shots of tequila with grapefruit soda (like grapefruit-flavored Jarritos). If you don't have grapefruit soda, DIY it with grapefruit juice, seltzer, and simple syrup. Garnish with a lime wedge. Learn more about the recipe here.

    7. This deliciously *healthy* take on a classic cocktail.

    My personal favorite version of this cocktail uses Health-Ade Ginger-Lemon Kombucha. Add a little lime for extra freshness and you'll be obsessed. Get the full recipe here.

    8. This fruity, bubbly cocktail that you'll want to drink for the rest of your life.

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    Combine 1 oz. of Boodles Mulberry Gin (or another flavored gin of your choice) and 1 and 1/2 oz. of rosé sparkling wine. You're welcome.

    9. This citrusy classic that everyone should master.

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    Fill a glass with ice, pour in 2 oz. of vodka and 5 oz. of grapefruit juice, and stir well. If you're feeling fancy AF, opt for a smoother vodka like Stoli or Absolut Elyx. Are you a Stoli fan who wants to really up the anti? Consider elit. Add a sprig of rosemary. Learn more about the recipe here.

    10. This dark, moody cocktail that's going to make you want to put on a smoking jacket and recite poetry.

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    It's super easy to remember: Combine 1 oz. of scotch with 1 oz. of Drambuie (if you've never had it before, it tastes like malt whisky combined with spices and honey). Serve over ice. And if you're tired of the aftertaste from super cheap scotch, try aromatic Usquaebach Reserve.

    11. A sweet, citrusy drink that Beyoncé would 100% approve of.

    So. Easy. This is a basically a reminder that your go-to college drink is STILL acceptable when you're adulting. The sweet and slightly bitter taste of the lemonade really delivers as a cocktail. Learn more about the recipe here.

    12. A creative twist on a whiskey sour that's sure to keep you warm. / Darren Edwards / Alison Caporimo

    OK, it's ~technically~ three ingredients, but two of them you can find in your refrigerator right now! Mix 2 oz. of vodka with 3/4 oz. of lemon juice and 1 tablespoon of preserves (like fig or cranberry), according to this cocktail from Tito's Vodka.

    13. This blue cocktail that's a straight-up Goblet of Fire.

    Wanna impress a Harry Potter fan? We got you. Mix 1 oz. of Equality Vodka with 1 oz. of Blue Curacao (a slightly bitter orange-flavored liqueur). Then, add 2 oz. of champagne. Serve with ice.

    14. And lastly, this sparkling white wine expertly paired with a bar of dark chocolate for a two-ingredient combo that does the work for you.

    Is mixing up a cocktail too much for you to handle? Then consider this sparkling white from Winc that comes with a Compartes Dark Chocolate Vanilla Salt bar for a ~heavenly~ pairing.

    Get it for $28.

    Drink up!

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