The Rosé French 75 is the Perfect Valentine’s Day Cocktail
Enjoy the Rosé French 75 for your Valentine’s Day celebrations! It’s smooth, lightly sweet, and so refreshing. Plus it’s topped with the cutest garnish for a simple and romantic cocktail recipe this holiday.
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If you’re in the mood for something subtly sweet, slightly tart, and simply pink with only four ingredients, the Rosé French 75 is for you! Made with gin, lemon juice, simple syrup, and sparkling rosé for a deliciously easy-to-make cocktail that puts a twist on the classic French 75 cocktail.
A French 75 is a cocktail made with gin, champagne, lemon juice, and sugar. It is also referred to as 75 Cocktail. It’s speculated that this cocktail originated from World War I and was named after the French 75-millimeter field gun used in battle. However, soldiers weren’t the only ones enjoying this refreshing cocktail. As the recipe developed over the years, it became a staple in bars across the world. Give the classic French 75 Cocktail along with the Rosé French 75!
Crafted with just four ingredients, the Rosé French 75 is the perfect fusion of fresh flavors. Check out what I used to make this super simple and special mixed drink.
In just 3 easy steps you could be sipping on the Rosé French 75! Start by adding gin, lemon juice and simple syrup to a cocktail shaker with ice. Then, shake until the outside of the cocktail shaker is chilled and strain the mixture into a champagne flute. Finish the cocktail, by topping it with sparkling rosé. Optional, but highly encouraged to add the Cupid’s Arrow garnish.
I served this gorgeous drink in the Crate & Barrel French Champagne Glass.
A tasty cocktail deserves to be topped with a fun garnish! For the Rosé French 75, I created the Cupid’s Arrow garnish made with two cinnamon gummy heart candies and a skewer.
Start by placing 1 heart candy on long toothpick or skewer with the pointed edge facing out forming the tip of the arrow. Then, cut the other jelly candy into 3 v-shaped pieces, starting from the top of the heart. Finally, Place the 3 pieces on the other side of the skewer, spacing them out slightly as the “feather” of the arrow.
That’s it! This garnish takes just a few minutes to make and gives the cocktail a really exciting finish. You can watch exactly how in this video:
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