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Lavender French 75 – Embrace Your Lavender Haze Moment

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Step into the enchanting Lavender Haze with our twist on the classic French 75, inspired by Taylor Swift’s ethereal tune. This cocktail blends the traditional spark of Empress gin and champagne with a dreamy dash of lavender bitters, adding a floral note that’s as captivating as the song itself. Sip on the Lavender French 75 and let its effervescent charm whisk you away to a whimsical, violet-tinted world. Perfect for celebrating moments of love, magic, and everything in between. Cheers to the haze!

Tasting Notes

The Lavender French 75 is a delightful cocktail crafted with Empress gin, which provides a floral base and a striking indigo color, balanced by the gentle sweetness of simple syrup. The addition of fresh lemon juice adds a zesty kick, while champagne introduces a sophisticated, bubbly texture. Lavender bitters enhance the drink with a subtle, herbaceous floral note. This blend of citrus brightness, floral depth, and effervescent charm makes the Lavender French 75 a perfect choice for any celebration.

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Lavender French 75

Lavender French 75

Live the Lavender Haze Dream


  • 1.5 oz gin (Empress 1908)
  • 0.75 oz fresh lemon juice
  • 0.75 oz simple syrup
  • 2-3 dashes lavender bitters
  • sparkling wine to top off
  • (optional) lavender sprig


  1. In a shaker add ice, gin, lemon juice, simple syrup, and lavender bitters, and shake very well.
  2. Strain into chilled coupe glass.
  3. Top off with sparkling wine, garnish (if you want), and serve.


You can also present this in a champagne flute, in which case be very careful with spills !

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Tips & Tricks

Elevate the lavender presence by infusing the simple syrup with fresh lavender flowers. This will deepen the floral notes and add a touch of artisanal charm to the cocktail.

Swap out the lemon juice for another citrus juice like lime or grapefruit. This change will offer a different acidic balance and can introduce a new layer of complexity to the flavor profile.

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