Annex Theater Champagne Cocktail

Annex Theater Champagne Cocktail

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"Three simple ingredients: Champagne, sugar and Angostura bitters add up to an elegant and refreshing sipper."

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  1. Place the sugar cube into a Champagne flute, and drop the bitters onto the sugar. Fill the flute with Champagne, and serve. Do not stir.
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maddi
2/20/2009

I drink these all the time and love them. One rater recommended a lemon twist--this is a great addition; however, try an orange twist instead--gives an entirely different taste. Yum!

Crystal S
1/6/2013

For champagne lovers, this is a nice change from a Mimosa or Poinsetta. Adding a twist of lemon or orange adds a different take on this traditional, classic cocktail that is beloved by all.

Lorem Ipsum
2/18/2009

Simple, delicious cocktail. I always wondered what they were drinking when they order champagne cocktails in Casablanca.