How do you use Champagne Cognac?


  1. Shake Cognac, lemon and simple syrup with ice and strain into a chilled champagne flute glass.
  2. Top slowly with 3 to 4 ounces of Champagne and garnish with a lemon twist.

What mixes well with cognac?

A quality VS, VSOP, or Napoleon Cognac is a great choice, and one that leans towards the spicier range of the spectrum works best.

  • Ice cold Coca Cola can be a great mixer for Cognac.
  • Iced Tea gives your Cognac a special twist.
  • Adding Tonic Water to Cognac gives it a refreshing touch.

What can I mix with Remy Martin VSOP?

For a simple, long drink as an aperitif, cognac can be consumed with tonic or ginger ale. In Rémy Martin VSOP, this brings out notes of fresh fruit, and even licorice. This is how the aperitif is typically enjoyed by the locals in Cognac.

How do you serve Remy Martin Champagne Cognac?

We suggest a snifter glass for traditional tasting moments, such as after dinner as a digestif, where the cognac is served neat, warmed by the heat of your hands. Over dinner, we recommend enjoying cognac neat. “FOR COGNAC ON THE ROCKS, SERVE IN A LARGE TUMBLER GLASS WITH ROOM FOR TWO ICE CUBES.”

What do you mix with Remy Martin cognac?

What is a good champagne for French 75?

When choosing champagne for a French 75, be sure to find a brut champagne. This is more dry which will balance the sweetness of the drink. Although the recipe calls for Champagne, you can use any kind of sparkling wine here. I used Prosecco, and Cava would also be good, just be sure you choose a dry wine.

How is the French 75 Cognac cocktail made?

The French 75 cocktail is made by mixing sugar syrup, Cognac, lemon juice and Champagne. The sugar syrup is made by heating a cup of sugar in a cup of water until the sugar dissolves.

What kind of liquor is in the French 75?

The historians of tippling (and I’m one of them) are seldom able to provide precise origins for the most popular drinks—which ironically is the thing tipplers really want. There’s no better cocktail with which to prove this than the mighty French 75, a mixture of gin—or is it cognac?—with lemon, sugar, ice and Champagne.

Can you substitute cognac for Champagne in French 75?

It is one of the few recipes that makes this substitution and is not considered a ‘traditional’ French 75 recipe. To make it, mix 1 ounce gin or Cognac, 1/2 ounce Cointreau orange liqueur, 1/2 ounce lemon juice, and 4 ounces Champagne. A Cognac-Specific French 75.

How do you make sugar syrup for cognac?

The sugar syrup is made by heating a cup of sugar in a cup of water until the sugar dissolves. The Cognac, lemon juice and sugar syrup are poured into a cocktail shaker filled with ice and shaken and then poured into a Champagne flute and topped off with Champagne.