In French, it means “bubbling.” In English, it refers to a medical procedure that involves spinal fluid. We’ll stick with the French for this one, as we enjoy this crisp, flavorful alternative to the typical brunch mimosa.
- ½ part Cognac or Brandy
- ¼ part Orange curaçao or Triple sec
- 4 parts Sparkling white wine or Sparkling rosé wine
Build ingredients in a champagne glass in the order given.
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- Barbotage by Dvid Wondrich for Esquire