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RUB sugar cube with lemon zest, coat with dashes of bitters and drop cube into chilled glass. POUR chilled cognac and liqueur over soaked cube and TOP with chilled champagne.
Lemon zest twist
More interesting than a Classic Champagne Cocktail.
There are approximately 82 calories in one serving of Prince of Wales.
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COAT sugar cube with bitters and drop into glass. POUR chilled cognac over soaked cube, then TOP with champagne.
SHAKE all ingredients with ice and strain into ice-filled glass. TOP with lemonade.
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