Lillet Liberté Cocktail For Bastille Day Straight Up Cocktails And Spirits

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3 ounces Lillet Blanc

1 ounce Hendrick's gin (I substituted a gin I had on hand, Oxley , which worked quite well with this recipe because of its citrus-y notes)

2 dashes Fee Brothers orange bitters (I used Regan's)

garnish: orange peel

Ginbelle, I haven't had a chance to try them out yet, but here are the other two recipes in the Bastille Day set created by mixologists Nicole Cloutier and Jacqueline Patterson for Lillet:


2 oz Lillet Blanc

1/2 oz crème de violette

1 barspoon Ricard

2.5 oz Champagne

Stir ingredients over ice briefly to chill. Strain into a chilled Champagne glass. Garnish with 3 blueberries on a cocktail pick. *The violet color symbolizes equality and the Fleur de Lys, an iconic symbol of the French revolution. Equality is a natural


3 oz Lillet Blanc

3 oz Lillet Rouge

1 oz cognac

3 oz strawberry syrup

1.5 oz freshly squeezed lemon juice

4 oz chilled rooibos tea

4 oz Champagne

Chill all ingredients prior to mixing. Build ingredients in a small punch bowl over a large block of ice. Stir to incorporate and garnish with strawberry wheels and mint sprigs. *A cocktail to share best represents the qualities of brotherhood and teamwor



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