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
- 2 ounces Lavender Lemon Syrup or Lavender Peach Syrup
- 3 ounces Nolet's Gin
- 2 Fresh Lemons fresh squeezed
- Lavender Cocktail Sugar
- Sparkling White Wine or Prosecco
- Dehydrated Lemon garnish
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!