Elegant and bubbly– the exact description of this drink. Champagne’s bubbles and Gin’s botanicals never been sounded the perfect match! Strong cocktails like French 75 set the mood for any occasion and party.
The French 75’s Origins
The French 75 was created as early as 1915 in Paris’ New York Bar by barman Harry MacElhone. The contemporary French 75’s recipe was first printed in 1927. Enjoy this drink with the recipe below!
French 75 Ingredients:
- 45 ml Bright Night Gin
- 60 ml Champagne
- 20 ml Fresh Lemon Juice
- 15 ml simple syrup
- Lemon Strip & Zest
How to make a French 75 cocktail:
- Pour Bright Night Gin, Lemon Juice, and Simple Syrup into a shaker with ice.
- Shake it for 25 seconds.
- Strain the mixture into a glass of Champagne with ice.
- Garnish with lemon strip and zest. Cheers!
Did you know?
The French 75’s name actually comes from the French 75-millimeter field gun. With a strong kick, this cocktail definitely takes after its namesake!