Champagne Sour

Champagne sour


    • 90 ml — 3 oz Grand Cordon
    • 10 ml — 1/3 oz Sugar Syrup
    • 10 ml — 1/3 oz Fresh lemon juice
    • Lemon peel


The champagne sour made its appearance in the first American bartender’s manual published in 1882 in New York city


In a chilled coupe add syrup and lemon juice fill up with Grand Cordon stir gently and garnish with a lemon twist


If you would like to amplify the sourness, increase both the sugar and the lemon juice to keep the drink balanced

Champagne Sour

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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