Drink This Now: The Royal Sidecar Made With Rémy Martin 1738®Accord Royal

The Sidecar is considered by many to be the most celebrated cognac cocktail on the world. While the origins of the drink have been heavily debated, the first “deluxe” version was created at Ritz Paris in 1923, an icon of cognac cocktails with an enchanting story, said to have been named after a motorcycle sidecar owned by a gentleman in Paris, then popularized in London: truly a tale of two cities.

The next time you want to treat yourself to an extra special cocktail at home, we suggest mixing up The Royal Sidecar with Rémy Martin 1738 Accord Royal.

The Royal Sidecar

  • 2 oz Remy Martin 1738
  • ¾ oz Cointreau
  • ¾ oz fresh lemon juice

Shake all ingredients with ice, strain into chilled coupe with sugar rim. Optional lemon or orange peel garnish.

About Rémy Martin 1738

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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