French 75 Cocktail
Credit: Timothy Kwon

Happy Hosting Season! Elevate Your Holiday Soiree With a Classic French 75 Cocktail

Here’s a Step-by-Step Guide on How to Make This Iconic Cocktail

‘Tis the season to sip! The holidays are here, and if you’re the hostess with the mostest, it’s time to break out the bar cart. What better way to elevate your holiday soiree than by treating your guests to a classic and effervescent French 75 cocktail?

With its rich history dating back to World War I, the French 75, named after the powerful 75mm field gun, is known for its kick and sophistication. Traditionally concocted with gin, lemon juice, sugar and champagne, it’s a cocktail that dances between the realms of zesty, sweet and bubbly. Now, envision adding a festive splash of pomegranate juice and the botanical uniqueness of Hendrick’s Gin mingling with these ingredients. Hendrick’s infusion of rose and cucumber lends a whimsical and refreshing twist to the French 75. As the bubbles ascend through the red-hued mixture, carrying with them the essence of juniper and delicate florals, you and your guests will find yourselves toasting to the magic of the season with a classic cocktail, now charmingly reimagined for the holidays.




French 75 Cocktail
Credit: Timothy Kwon

1 1/2 parts Hendrick’s Gin
1/2 part Simple Syrup
1/2 part Lemon Juice
1/4 part Pomegranate Juice
Lemon Twist (Garnish)



How to Make:

Add Hendrick’s Gin, pomegranate juice, simple syrup and lemon juice to a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake well and strain into a chilled flute. Top with a splash of champagne and a lemon twist garnish!


Hendrick’s Gin


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