Original recipe yields 1 servings
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I have always used what I was told was the original recipe: 2 oz. Cognac 1 oz. simple syrup (or 2 tsp. superfine sugar) 1 oz. lemon juice Brut Champagne or other dry sparkling wine In aviatio...
Well, now that I'm awake from my nap I can review the recipe!----I think this recipe is completely dependant on the champagne you use. Using a brut, it's definitely not sweet so be aware of tha...
Like another reviewer had said; the French 75 is meant to be made with a Brut (dry champagne) and gin. This is not likely to be for the sweet cocktail drinker. If the drinker would like it to be...
This was light and refreshing. Honestly, I think I'd just drink the bubbles straight, but it was something different.
Made according to original recipe with cognac instead of Gin-made a much smoother cocktail. Have made it several times and will continue to make it as it has become my favorite cocktail.
I'm a fan. Through and through. Tweak it to your personal taste...but my family, friends and myself love it as is. Dreamy.
I'm drinking one now.... i'm not a big champagne fan, but that said i'm enjoying this... the gin gives it punch and the lemon gives it bite.... only wish i had the cherry at the bottom... i fl...