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A riff on the White Negroni with the cognac replacing half of the gin. Fittingly 'Charente' references the Cognac area of France.
Originally made with Martell Cordon Bleu, this sophisticated champagne cocktail has delicate floral notes.
Cognac, pineapple juice and black raspberry liqueur. OK, so France is not known for its pineapples but I said 'very' not 'totally' French. And yes I know
Reminiscent of a Vieux Carré but with aromatised wine replacing rosso vermouth and gentian replacing aromatic bitters.
One orange liqueur, blue curacao, replaces another, triple sec, to give this Sidecar an aquamarine hue.
This very serious Negroni has great depth of flavour with mocha coffee and bitter gentian.
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