Do you want to know how to make a French 75, the most talked about brand drink at weddings as of now? A blend of champagne, gin, and lemon juice, this concoction is a refreshing, tart drink that has been drinking for over a cocktail hour. Named after a popular World War I field pistol, the French 75 has been all the rage at weddings because it can be served year-round. Its combination of fizz and acidity creates a balanced and bold flavor that is easy to drink while mixing and mixing during cocktail hour or even throughout the reception. Do you want to know how to make a French 75? It is also a quick drink for you and your SO to try at home. Whether you want to host your own taste test or are looking for a sweet pre-dinner cocktail, the lively French 75 is an unmissable experience! Just take a look at French Recipe 75 below.
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Here’s a step-by-step French 75 recipe for you and your OS to try at home.
Yield: Makes 2 servings
– 2 ½ ounces gin
– 1/2 ounce simple syrup
– ½ ounce freshly squeezed lemon juice
– 6 ounces champagne or (sparkling rosé to make a Frenché!)
– 2 lemon peels
– 6 floral and mint ice cubes
Cut a lemon in half and squeeze one of the halves into two glasses. Next, fill a cocktail shaker with gin, simple syrup, ice, and the second half of the squeezed lemon. Shake for one minute or until cool. Then strain and pour the liquid into each glass. Fill it up with champagne or even a sparkling rosé if you’re feeling summery. Lastly, don’t forget to garnish the glasses with a lemon twist for presentation.
Do you still need help? Take a look at the video below to see how we put our own spin on the cocktail and created a Frenché 75. Just substitute the champagne for the sparkling rosé!