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The Sabot is a White Lady topped with a splash of champagne. Once you've experienced the firepower of a Sabot you'll never want to settle for a mere White
Lightly or well-aged rum invigorated with dry champagne, freshened by a touch of lime and balanced by honeyed richness. Described by some as being a rum-based
A delectable Manhattan, with a champagne float.
Cognac makes for a heavier cocktail than a French 75 made with gin, yet this cocktail remains enlivening, refreshing and quaffable. The use of powdered
I've Colin Field to thank for my French 75 epiphany. One evening in early June 2017 I was sat at his bar (Bar Hemingway) and he showed me the vintage 75ml
Fresh, clean, sophisticated – dangerously quaffable. The use of powdered sugar instead of sugar syrup adds an attractive sherbet note to this cocktail.
Dry sparkling wine dilutes and adds pleasing biscuity notes to this apricot gin sour.
A tangy, balanced combination of rich flavours. The quality of pisco used is crucial to the success of a Pisco Punch.
A mojito topped with champagne instead of soda water. There's posh.
An ostentatious little number.
This classic cocktail remains as popular as ever. Starts bone dry and becomes slightly sweeter as you reach the dissolving cube at the bottom, depending
Deliciously creamy pineapple and coconut enlivened by champagne with rum notes shining through.
Deliciously silky smooth, indulgent, and decadent. Rich thick and creamy advocaat freshened with dry sherry, zesty lime cordial, and invigorated with champagne.
Golden honey in colour and also in flavour. An unusual and great tasting Champagne cocktail.
Bravado (absinthe) dominates this drink, alongside hints of biscuity champagne. I've added a touch of sugar to tame this hardman's cocktail.
An Elderflower Collins with champagne in place of soda water.
A long, cooling champagne cocktail pepped up with scotch whisky, smoothed with vanilla liqueur. Easy drinking - yet adult.
It's the dry sparkling wine that has the last word in this beautifully integrated and complex foaming sour.
Chartreuse herbal complexity and richness are soured by lemon and invigorated by brut sparkling wine/champagne in this riff on a French 75.
A cracking drink - subtle and refreshing.
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