Cognac Cocktails

Cognac Cocktails

The smoothest of grape-based spirits, cognac is a brandy that hails from its namesake region located a bit north of Bordeaux. The Cognac region itself is divided into smaller appellations, each offering its own nuanced flavour.

If you’re a purist at heart, simply pour into a balloon glass or snifter, cup the glass in your hand to warm it up a touch and taste. Younger cognacs will feature fruity or flowery notes while older cognacs will offer a hint of spice.

Cognac Berry

Cognac Berry

Cognac makes an excellent spirit base for a celebratory cocktail.

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The Ambrosia

The Ambrosia

Topped with chilled champagne and a spritz of fresh lemon juice, this cocktail is sophisticated and refreshing.

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The French 75

The French 75

Ever since it was published in The Savoy Cocktail Book in the 1920s and became a hit amongst bartenders in Paris and New York, the French 75 has reigned supreme.

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The Cognac Alexander

The Cognac Alexander

Rich, sweet and creamy, this version of the Alexander is the perfect after-dinner cocktail.

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The Ritz

The Ritz

This drink comes alive with fresh orange juice and a splash of Cointreau.

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The Sidecar

The Sidecar

A classic sour drink from the early 20th century that's refreshingly modern with a hint of sweetness and notes of citrus. Always shaken, never stirred.

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Champagne Cocktail

Champagne Cocktail

Champagne is the penultimate celebration beverage, and this drink takes the festivities to the next level with a splash of brandy and bitters.

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The Stinger

The Stinger

This classic duo creates a delicious and decadent after-dinner drink.

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