DIY Libations: Introducing the French 75 Cocktail served at Sea Island Grill
Raise your glass to the 1920’s with this vintage cocktail that you can easily concoct at home!
The French 75
This bubbly taupe-colored drink, first concocted after the start of WWI, was named for Its serious kick- like being hit by a French 75mm field gun. Wild Dunes Resort’s own version certainly has a bite; it’s just a bit softer thanks to the use of Bombay Sapphire instead of harsh bathtub gin. Mixed with sour mix (instead of traditional lemon juice) and simple syrup, it’s shaken before being strained into a tall, chilled Tom Collins glass, topped with Prosecco and a cherry garnish.