Skål! A classic glass of bubbly just went Nordic

Maria Stordahl Nelson Seattle, Wash. One of my favorite cocktails is a French 75. A delicious mixture of lemon juice, gin, simple syrup, and Champagne, it’s a drink with light and bright flavors that tastes wonderful any time of year. After a few years of experimenting and trying various iterations I stumbled upon a recipe for a pumpkin French 75 that included the addition of pumpkin butter. This wonderful recipe then led me to try adding other preserves to my cocktails. Strawberry, raspberry, and even fig preserves found their way into all kinds of concoctions, so it was only natural that I would eventually turn my sights to a recipe including lingonberries. We buy lingonberry preserves by the ca
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