French 75 (IBA) Description
Fresh, clean, sophisticated – dangerously quaffable.
The use of powdered sugar instead of sugar syrup adds an attractive sherbet note to this cocktail. However, the drink also works well with sugar syrup – use ¼oz/7.5ml sugar syrup in place of the 1½ spoons of powdered sugar.
- Here is how you make it:
- Pour all the ingredients except champagne into a shaker. Shake. Strain into a champagne flute. Top up with champagne. Stir gently.
Yield: Yield: 1 Serving
Contact Us for Ingredient Info
Must Have Tool(s)
French 75 (IBA) Origin
Prior to the 1980s/90s, the French 75 cocktail was a long drink, served in an ice-filled Collins glass. This modern flute serve has become the usual serve with the Collins version now all but forgotten.