For this cocktail recipe, the Grand 75, we combine the flavors of orange and the warmth of Grand Marnier cognac with lemon juice and champagne.
- 1.5 oz Grand Marnier Cordon Rouge
- 0.75 oz Fresh Lemon Juice
- 1 Barspoon simple Syrup
- 2 oz Dry Champagne
- Lemon Wheel
Add all ingredients except champagne to a cocktail shaker.
Add ice and shake.
Strain into a coupe or flute glass and top with champagne.
Garnish with an orange peel.
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