The French Kiss is a sexy and romantic cocktail, perfect for a hot summer’s day, a steamy Valentine’s night, or simply over the weekend or during Happy Hour. One thing is for sure – the French Kiss, like its namesake, is best enjoyed with that special person in your life to truly experience it.
This cocktail is a simple drink which is traditionally made with French sweet Vermouth, if you really want it to be true to its name and history. The French Kiss certainly proves that it is strong enough on its own, and doesn’t need to be followed with anything else to be potent. As revitalizing and refreshing as an aperitif, the French Kiss is also often served at weddings and summer get-togethers because of its deliciousness, beautiful romantic shade, and stylish classic serving style - in a colossal coupe glass.
The French Kiss is definitely one of those cocktails which have extreme variations depending on who’s making it and where. With the great number of different recipes available online, it can be quite tricky to figure out which one to make.
Here is a unique recipe for the French Kiss, which is perfect for a romantic date or to serve at a fancy occasion. If you want to class it up with a cocktail or two, you can’t go wrong with the French Kiss.
Here’s the recipe for the French Kiss cocktail.
- 45 ml St-Germain
- 15 ml Aperol
- 60 ml Gin
- 15 ml fresh lemon
- Martini Sparkling Rosé to top
- Add ice to cocktail shaker
- Pour the St-Germain, Aperol, Gin and fresh lemon into the cocktail shaker
- Shake vigorously and strain into coupe glass
- Top with the Sparkling Rosé
- Garnish with an orange peel or orange twist
- Coupe glass
- Cocktail shaker
- Orange peel or twist for garnish