Dutch 75 recipe

by | Jun 13, 2018 | Editor's Picks, Mixology, Reader Favorites

Dutch 75 cocktail in flute

A French 75 Alternative

Try this Summer Cocktail that’s Refreshing and Flavorful

I was introduced to the Dutch 75 when one evening, low and behold, we were out of gin for a French 75!  My wife, Laurie, said, “I have a solution for that.  It’s called a Dutch 75. We just substitute the gin for the vodka in stock. Voilà!”

Dutch 75 is a Great Summer Drink

This light and tasty drink is fit for kicking off a soirée with friends on a hot summer day. Although inspired by the Kettle One Vodka Dutch 75 recipe, our recipe is different. We recommend a larger portion of bubbly and the original Kettle One Vodka (not Citroen, as promoted by Kettle One). For our bubbly, we prefer Ménage à Trois Presecco.

The Dutch 75 is best when served very cold.  Be sure the bubbly has a few hours in the fridge before guests arrive and the glass flutes are ice-chilled before pouring.

 

 

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Dutch 75 Cocktail recipe

This recipe makes 3-4 drinks.
Author: FoodiePost.com

Ingredients

  • 2 oz lemon juice
  • 1 oz simple syrup
  • 6 oz vodka (Kettle One)
  • 1 bottle Prosecco (or sparkling wine of your choice)
  • 3-4 Lemon peel twists

Instructions

  • Add lemon juice, simple syrup, vodka and ice to drink mixer.
  • Shake mixer 5-8 seconds.
  • Fill Champagne flute half full with Prosecco.
  • Fill remainder of flute with vodka mixture.
  • Garnish with a lemon twist.

Written by Peter La Fond

I'm food- and- wine obsessed. Discovering a new recipe is a delight; refining a classic one is my all-consuming idée fixe.

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