Napoleon Champagne Cocktail

Napoleon Champagne Cocktail


The last day of school.

You know what that means?

Cocktail time is more welcome than ever! While it is summer and the “living is easy”, it also means 4 kids to keep occupied all day. Therefore, a fun drink at the end of the day is almost mandatory. :)

These Napoleon Champagne Cocktails are elegant and easy. A more potent version of the Mimosa, they’re perfect for either Happy Hour or brunch.

Napoleon Champagne Cocktail
Napoleon Champagne Cocktail


6 sugar cubes
6 teaspoons Cognac
6 tablespoons Grand Marnier or other orange liqueur
1 750-ml bottle chilled extra dry champagne
Orange peel strips


1. Place 1 sugar cube in each of 6 champagne flutes. Sprinkle each sugar cube with 2 dashes of bitters.

2. Pour 1 teaspoon Cognac over each sugar cube. Add 1 tablespoon Grand Marnier to each glass. Fill glasses with champagne.

3. Garnish glasses with orange peel strips and serve.

Serves 6

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Napoleon Champagne Cocktail

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