Champagne, a bubbly experience, the club soda of wines. We’re creating the champagne cooler recipe, using some champagne, cointreau (or triple sec) and a bit o’ brandy (or Hennessey cognac). This is one of two champagne recipes this week, so crack open the bottle and prepare yourself for the experience!
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