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A Signature drink will keep your guests talking long after the neon lights have been turned down. There are no real requirements for this concoction, just be sure to get a little creative when coming up with a name (and the ingredients). Need a little inspiring? Try this recipe for a French 75.
This feisty elixir owes its name to the speedy and accurate French field gun enamored by American soldiers in WW1. Legend has it, however, that this concoction was first poured at the height of our Prohibition and is often credited as the only American cocktail invented during the dry period. Whatever the history, it’s deliciously refreshing, speedy and accurate. To emphasize sipping, serve the French 75 in a champagne flute.

Step 1
Stir gin, sugar, and fresh lemon juice with ice in a medium pitcher for 10 seconds. Strain into Champagne flutes

Step 2
Top with chilled Champagne. (Prosecco or sparkling wines are both fine substitutes.)

Step 3
Garnish with lemon twists.

  • Ingredients
  • 2 ounces Dry Gin
  • 1 teaspoon sugar
  • 0.5 ounces fresh lemon juice
  • Chilled Champagne
  • Lemon twists (for garnish)