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seriouseats.com | French 75 | According to Ted Haigh (aka Dr. Cocktail), the French 75 is one of two cocktails named after the French 75-mm field gun, which was commonly used in World War I. "One barman in 1947," reports Haigh, "called it a Tom Collins with champagne instead of club soda. Vive la difference!"
Old Fashioned / www.seriouseats.com Ingredients: - 2oz bourbon or rye whiskey - 1 teaspoon superfine sugar (or 1 sugar cube) - 2-3 dashes of bitters; Angostura is traditional and works well | Prep : Stir sugar and douse with bitters until sugar dissolves. Lastly, (alcohol of choice) | Glass : Old fashion | Served : On the rocks
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