Although officially a French holiday, Bastille Day has turned into something of a party for French-Australians and just Australian-Australians across the country. Getting dressed up, dancing and enjoying traditional Gallic cuisine is an easy sell, and so are these continentally-inspired serves that will help you add a little French flavour to your bar.
Lillet Blanc mixed with cucumber, fresh fruits and tonic water. Served long over ice.
Martell Cordon Bleu stirred until ice cold with peychaud bitters, served straight up in an absinthe rinsed glass.
Plymouth Gin shaken to perfection with fresh lemon juice, served straight up with a layer of G.H.Mumm Champagne, finished with lemon oils.
Martell XO stirred until ice cold with Lillet Rouge and angostura bitters. Served straight up with a lemon twist.
Martell VS shaken to perfection with Havana Club Añejo 3 Años, triple sec and fresh lemon juice. Served straight up with a twist.
Plymouth Gin shaken to perfection with rosewater, raspberries, and cranberry and fresh lemon juice. Served straight up with a rose petal.
Lillet Rosé mixed with blackcurrant liqueur, served long over ice, charged with soda.
G.H.Mumm Champagne mixed to perfection with fresh strawberries to create this delicious Champagne cocktail.
Martell VSOP shaken to perfection with Lillet Blanc, elderflower liqueur, sugar syrup and fresh lemon juice. Served on the rocks.