"French 75 | Crafted Pour"

"My go to New Years Eve cocktail because it’s super easy, tasty, and versatile. The nice thing about classic cocktails is that you can use them as a template and change out the citrus or flavor a simple syrup to make it unique and cater it to your palate. Peep the specs below for a single serving or batched serving (which will make about 10 drinks) for your next party. Cheers!", "undefined", "French 75",

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French 75 By , May 8, 2009 My go to New Years Eve cocktail because it’s super easy, tasty, and versatile. The nice thing about classic cocktails is that you can use them as a template and change out the citrus or flavor a simple syrup to make it unique and cater it to your palate. Peep the specs below for a single serving or batched serving (which will make about 10 drinks) for your next party. Cheers! My go to New Years Eve cocktail because it’s super easy, tasty, and versatile. The nice thing about classic cocktails is that you can use them as a template and change out the citrus or flavor a simple syrup to make it unique and cater it to your palate. Peep the specs below for a single serving or batched serving (which will make about 10 drinks) for your next party. Cheers! Ingredients: - Gin - Lemon Juice Instructions: Shake and strain ingredients into a coupe or champagne flute. Top with sparkling wine. For instructions on how to batch this for your next party… Batched French 75: 12.5oz (1.5 cups) gin 7.5oz (~1 cup) lemon 5oz (~2/3 cup) simple syrup Fill remainder of bottle with water for dilution *Pour ingredients through a funnel into an empty 750ml bottle. Shake bottle to mix ingredients before each serving and then top glasses with sparkling wine upon serving. Refreshing,Essentials,Classics,Spritz,Holiday,New Year's Eve,Communal,Batched