Barbotage

Barbotage cocktail with sparkling wine and cognac

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.

Ingredients

Instructions

Build ingredients in a champagne glass in the order given.

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