Two champagne flutes filled with Raider West Farm's recipe for Lavender French 75. Two bottles of Gallivant Bubbly Wine, red tulips, a white sign with the word “Kisses” and red hearts and lips on it are next to the Lavender French 75 filled glasses.

Lavender French 75 Cocktail

This lavender French 75 cocktail is a new favorite of ours. Adding lavender to the classic drink adds delightfully soft floral notes, a perfect way to get into the spirit of celebrating in style, no matter the occasion.

This cocktail dates back to World War 1, being created in 1915 at a bar in Paris, and was named after the powerful French 75 mm field gun. Talk about a drink that has a lot to live up to!

What you need 

Go all out and decorate the rims of two champagne flutes with lavender simple syrup, and then dip the rims in lavender sugar, coating evenly.

In a cocktail shaker, combine gin, lemon juice, and lavender syrup. Add ice, and and shake for 10-15 seconds until well chilled. Strain the mixture and divide evenly into two champagne flutes. Top with chilled Prosecco or sparkling white wine, and garnish with a lemon twist. Serve immediately. 
Try this cocktail with any of our cocktail syrups!

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