The Genevieve Champagne Cocktail

Whenever mom visits we always have Champagne Cocktails because it’s her favorite. Once when we were making one, I used orange bitters instead of regular bitters and we decided we liked it better that way!!

The Genevieve Champagne Cocktail

The Genevieve Champagne Cocktail
Makes 1 serving

1 sugar cube
5 dashes orange bitters
1 glass champagne (10 tablespoons)

  1. Add a sugar cube to bottom of a champagne flute. Add 5 dashes of bitters to the sugar cube.
  2. Fill the glass with champagne and serve immediately!

Enjoy!

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