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Mix Your Own Parisian Cocktail

Enjoy these 4 recipes from A Cocktail in Paris by Laura Gladwin and get a free copy if you subscribe to France Magazine

LUCIEN GAUDIN

This orange-spiked twist on a Negroni was created in honour of the dashing French Olympic fencing champion of the identical title. Gaudin, who died in Paris after a duel in 1934, was stated to be one of many best classical fencers of the twentieth century.

Ingredients:

  • 35ml gin
  • 15ml Campari
  • 15ml Cointreau
  • 15ml dry vermouth
  • Orange zest, to garnish

Method:

Fill a cocktail shaker or massive glass with ice cubes and add all of the gin, Campari, Cointreau and vermouth. Stir properly and pressure into a calming cocktail glass, garnish with a twist of orange zest and serve. Stir gently and serve.

PARISIAN SPRING PUNCH

This delightfully appley sparkler can be simply the factor to revive the spirits over brunch, maybe with a macaron or two, after an early-morning stroll within the Tuileries.

Ingredients:

  • 25ml Calvados
  • 15ml dry vermouth
  • Dash of freshly squeezed lemon juice
  • Dash of sugar syrup
  • Well-chilled dry champagne, to prime with lemon zest or apple slice, to garnish

Method:

Fill a collins or highball glass with ice cubes. Pour within the Calvados, vermouth, lemon juice and sugar syrup and stir properly. Top with champagne. Garnish with a twist of lemon zest or a skinny slice of apple, add straws and serve.

BOULEVARDIER

This moody, autumnal model of the Negroni, based mostly on rye whiskey, was named after the Nineteen Twenties Parisian literary journal The Boulevardier. It was edited and the drink was downed by Erskine Gwynne, American ex-pat and socialite, member of the illustrious Vanderbilt household and Harry's Bar common.

Ingredients:

  • 35ml rye whiskey
  • 25ml Campari
  • 25ml candy crimson vermouth Orange zest, to garnish

Method:

Fill an old school glass with ice cubes. Pour within the whiskey, Campari and vermouth and stir properly. Add a twist of orange zest and serve.

KIR ROYALE

The extra polished cousin of the Kir, the upscale Royale – like its relative – is totally easy to make, and is scrumptious at any time of day. That easy.

Ingredients:

  • 20ml blackcurrant cream
  • About 125 ml well-chilled dry champagne

Method:

Add a small sprint of crème de cassis to a calming champagne flute and gently prime with champagne.

From France Today Magazine

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