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a collins glass
Best served in a collins glass

French 125

Type: Champagne Cocktail

Ingredients:

  • 1 tspn Caster SugarFine white sugar.
    Substitute: Normal white or brown sugar, but stir or shake the cocktail well!
  • 5 msr ChampagneFrench sparkling wine, usually produced from Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes.
    Substitute: Sparkling wine, if you're on a budget!
  • 1 msr CognacFrench brandy distilled from white wine and matured in oak casks - VSO means very superior old; VSOP means very superior old pale; VVSOP means very very superior old (really!); XO means extremely old. Substitute: Brandy.
  • 1 msr Lemon JuiceFreshly squeezed lemon juice or the bottled lemon juice you can buy in the grocery store - up to you.


Method:

Add ingredients - excluding champagne - to a collins glass
Ensure sugar dissolves
Fill glass with ice
Add champagne to glass
Garnish with half a lemon slice & a cherry
Add straws

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