French 75If you prefer cocktails over wine, you have three popular options to choose from, or simply have them all. 1. French Kiss: A blend of vodka, raspberry liqueur, Grand Marnier orange liqueur, and whipping cream, this cocktail is rich and fruity. On the French Independence Day, who doesn’t want to act a little flirty, go up to the hot bartender, and say, “Could you give me a French kiss please?” 2. French 75 If you dig classic drinks with long history, you will like “French 75”. A combination of gin, sparkling wine, lemon juice, and sweet syrup, this cocktail was first created by Harry MacElhone at the Paris’ landmark, Harry’s New York Bar in 1915. The drink has such a strong kick that Parisians felt like bring shelled with the French 75mm howitzer artillery piece. 

French 75If you prefer cocktails over wine, you have three popular options to choose from, or simply have them all.

1. French Kiss

A blend of vodka, raspberry liqueur, Grand Marnier orange liqueur, and whipping cream, this cocktail is rich and fruity. On the French Independence Day, who doesn’t want to act a little flirty, go up to the hot bartender, and say, “Could you give me a French kiss please?”

2. French 75

If you dig classic drinks with long history, you will like “French 75”. A combination of gin, sparkling wine, lemon juice, and sweet syrup, this cocktail was first created by Harry MacElhone at the Paris’ landmark, Harry’s New York Bar in 1915. The drink has such a strong kick that Parisians felt like bring shelled with the French 75mm howitzer artillery piece.

3. Kir

Made with crème de cassis (blackcurrent liqueur) topped up with white wine, this cocktail is a good choice if you are looking for something light. The French drink it before meals or with snack during teatime. Originally named blanc-cassis, the cocktail was named after Felix Kir, mayor of Dijon in Burgundy after he treated it to his international guests in the aftermath of Second World War.

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