Champagne Cocktail

Champagne cocktail


    • 120 ml — 4 oz Grand Cordon
    • Lump of sugar
    • 2 to 3 Dashes of aromatic bitters
    • Lemon peel


One of the earliest record of the champagne cocktail out of America appears in ‘panama in 1855’, published in New York city the same year, the recipe specifies the use of Mumm champagne


Imbibe sugar cube with bitters place the sugar cube in a champagne flute fill up with Grand Cordon twist a lemon peel over and place it inside


To bring a touch of complexity, you can add up to 10 ml – 1/3 oz of Martell cognac

Champagne cocktail

Mumm Grand Cordon

Toasting milestones, personal achievements or simply celebrating friendship with an improvised get-together, the exceptional fresh intensity of Mumm Grand Cordon champagne evokes the exhilaration of life’s most unforgettable moments.

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