Recipe by squawk93
"Three simple ingredients: Champagne, sugar and Angostura bitters add up to an elegant and refreshing sipper."
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bitters (such as Angostura®)
5 fluid ounces
I drink these all the time and love them. One rater recommended a lemon twist--this is a great addition; however, try an orange twist instead--gives an entirely different taste. Yum!
This is a pretty good cocktail. Nothing fantastic in my book. There was a sweetness there that I did enjoy.
For champagne lovers, this is a nice change from a Mimosa or Poinsetta. Adding a twist of lemon or orange adds a different take on this traditional, classic cocktail that is beloved by all.
Simple, delicious cocktail. I always wondered what they were drinking when they order champagne cocktails in Casablanca.
i think this cocktail is delicious, i also added a cherry and cherry juice to the bottom of the glass, mmmm.
I am such a lush lol I did 2 drops and this is my first time drinking Bitters. I love this drink, very nice for sipping. I shall be serving these for New Years!
Very good. This was my first time using bitters and I really loved how this seemed to mellow out my champagne. As a matter of fact some of my memory is a little blurry...... :)
I used to drink this all the time....thanks for reminding me how good it is. Do not be tempted to use cheap champagne. You are more likely to like this cocktail when using a champagne that you enjoy by itself.
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