Born during dark days of World War I, the was so named because its kick was said to be comparable to that of the French 75mm field gun. But in fact, the cocktail is a perfect study in balance of flavor and texture: It’s tart and citrusy, with a round sweetness and palate-tickling effervescence that works in harmony with... [more...]
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