French 75🍸 #meanwhileatworktoday
One story of this cocktail’s origins is that thirsty Allied soldiers created the drink during World War I, when they wanted to mix highballs. Apparently club soda wasn’t available so they substituted Champagne. Because this high-caliber drink packed a powerful punch, it was named the French 75 after the Canon de 75 Modele 1897, the French 75mm field gun, a piece of artillery that played a significant role in the Allied Forces’ victory. 📸:- @melwynjohn#french75cocktail#cocktails#bartenderlife#mixology#burjalarab#skyviewbar
Hey friends! Ma’am Sir will be closed tonight for a private event of sorts. But no fear, I’m going to be launching some new Happy Hour treats when I get back into town. They are my versions of classics but using recycled ingredients from the bar to reduce waste! .
Non-Alcoholic spirits are no longer a trend, they are on the rise, changing the cocktail culture and are here to stay! Distilled with botanicals, made in variety of different tastes bursting with flavors, they were made for delicious and sophisticate cocktails. To learn more about popular Non-Alcoholic spirits, read our story with link in bio. @SeedlipDrinks#EditFeast
A #vegan cocktail recipe that is as kind to our animal friends it is enjoyable for us!
VEGAN IRISH CREAM
• 1 can (13.5 oz) coconut cream
• 0.5 can (about 6.75 oz) coconut milk
• 1 cup unsweetened chocolate almond milk
• 0.5 cup Lakanto Golden Monk Fruit Sweetener or coconut sugar
• 1 Tbsp espresso powder
• Pinch of salt
• 1 cup Irish whiskey (or to taste) ⠀
⠀ —Recipe by @wellseasonedgourmet owner Angie Quaale. 🥥See link in bio for method!