New Year’s Eve is just around the corner. I’m so excited. This year I get to spending it with family and college friends. It’s gonna be a great night of catching up, laughs and lots of food and drinks. I was doing research on cocktails for New Year’s Eve and cam across this French 77 and a few others. It reminds me of visiting my Mom and Dad. My Mom introduced me to St. Germain a few years ago. It’s an elderflower liqueur. She adds it to a glass of champagne and it tastes great. We’ve always stopped there but this drink adds the lemon juice that adds a freshness and balances out the sweetness.. I have gold dusting sugar from a cake decorating shop that I’ve never used. I thought it would be perfect for rimming the champagne flutes. Doesn’t it just scream New Year’s?! I’m so excited to toast the new year with this beautiful drink this year.
- sugar to rim champagne glass
- 1/4 oz. fresh lemon juice
- 1 oz St. Germain
- Brut Champagne
- rim champagne glass with sugar
- pour lemon juice and St. Germain into glass
- top off with champagne
- toast and enjoy!
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