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POUR half the champagne into chilled glass, then orange juice, pineapple juice and the rest of the champagne. Finally pour pomegranate syrup/grenadine in to glass and allow to sink through cocktail.
Small pineapple wedge
A mix of fruit juice and champagne with a sweet pomegranate syrup surprise in the bottom of the glass.
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MUDDLE segments in base of shaker. Add liqueur, SHAKE with ice and fine strain into chilled glass. TOP with prosecco and lightly stir.
French 75 (Judge Jr's 1927 recipe)
STIR powdered sugar with lemon juice in base of shaker until sugar dissolves. Add gin, SHAKE with ice and strain into ice-filled glass. TOP with champagne and lightly stir.
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