The French 75 cocktail is a favorite classic and one of the most debated in terms of historical original spirit base of cognac versus gin. While we do enjoy the gin variation, we truly do enjoy the harmonization of grape on grape cocktails so we are mixing up the cognac variation and adding an extra layer of refinement by using Rémy Martin 1738 Royal Accord.
The French 75 is perfectly balanced effervescent elegance combining two of France’s most precious liquids – cognac and champagne.
Royal French 75 Recipe + Instructions
- 1 oz of Rémy Martin 1738 Accord Royal
- 0.5 oz of Simple syrup
- 0.5 oz of Lemon juice
- Champagne Float
Shake 1 oz Rémy Martin 1738 Accord Royal®, ½ oz simple syrup and ½ oz lemon juice over ice and strain into a flute glass, then top with champagne float.
ABOUT RÉMY MARTIN 1738 Accord Royal
Born from the cask and named after a royal approval, Rémy Martin®1738 Accord Royal is a truly distinctive cognac. Its exceptional smoothness and rounded oakiness starts with the toasting of the casks, before the eaux-de-vie even begin to mature. This unique aromatic profile is then revealed through a rigorous selection of eaux-de-vie. Recognized for its outstanding quality year after year in international competitions, Rémy Martin®1738 Accord Royal celebrates true depth of character and the sheer indulgence of sharing good moments.
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