Pomme Rosé

Pomme Rosé

Pomme Rosé
Sparkling rose adds berry notes to this take on a French 75. Replacing the gin traditionally used, Calvados imbues a richer, woodsy, and slightly sweeter flavor.Ingalls Photography

Sparkling rosé adds berry notes to this take on a French 75—a cocktail that rose to prominence after World War I, named after the American slang for the 75-mm field gun. In this version, the gin is replaced with Calvados, a French apple brandy, for a deeper, woodsier and slightly sweeter twist. This recipe, from San Francisco's Slanted Door, first appeared in SAVEUR DRINK issue #1 with the story "Right on Target."

Pomme Rosé
Sparkling rosé adds berry notes to this take on a French 75—a cocktail that rose to prominence after World War I, named after the American slang for the 75-mm field gun.
Yield: makes 1 cocktail

Ingredients

  • 1 oz. calvados
  • 1 oz. fresh lemon juice
  • 34 oz. simple syrup
  • 3 oz. sparkling rosé

Instructions

  1. Combine calvados, juice, and syrup in an ice-filled cocktail shaker. Shake and strain into a coupe glass. Top with rosé.