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Mixing Cognac: Legend Has It That The “French 75” Cognac And Champagne Cocktail Was “Born On The Battlefields Of World War I” And Named After A French Arillery Piece

The "French 75" is a Cognac and Champagne cocktail apparently born in the midst of World War I and named after a French artillery piece. French officers "knocked back" the drink before an assault on German trenches.

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This entry was posted on July 22, 2011 by in Blending, Cocktails, Cognacs, Mixers and tagged , , .
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