French 75 Cognac Gin Champagne Sugar Lemon Juice Flute Cocktail

This historic cocktail’s ingredients are hotly debated: Champagne is a must but mixed with gin or cognac? The French 75 was invented in 1915 Paris and named after a French artillery shell, both versions deliver the explosive kick of a 75mm round. We personally favor the cognac version for its thoroughly fine and authentic flavors. If you’re looking for other recipes to enjoy with these French flavors try the Barbotage or the Sidecar.

Ingredients

2 oz COGNAC, Or gin
.5 oz LEMON JUICE, Fresh is best
1 tsp SUGAR CUBE
1 oz SPARKLING WINE, Topped off with champagne
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