If you want to add some elegance to your cocktail making expertise look no further than the Sidecar, the classic pre-prohibition era delight that is one of the most historically beloved cocktails ever!
The classiness of the Sidecar is demonstrated in the simplicity of it's ingredients. Cognac, orange liqueur and lemon juice, that's it. The combination of these three elements amalgamate to make one of the world's most magical cocktails.
With such a minimal list of ingredients there is very little room for error with not only getting the balance right but choosing the best components.
It's rare that we don't condone experimentation and trying new iterations of well known cocktails but when you're making a Royal Sidecar, you really can't beat the tried and tested constituents. Our recipe calls for the use of of Rémy Martin 1738 Accord Royal and Cointreau miniatures which offers you the perfect opportunity to enjoy the quality of the liquid at home before purchasing full bottles.
- 35ml Rémy Martin 1738 Accord Royal Miniature
- 30ml Cointreau Orange Liqueur Miniature
- 15ml Fresh lemon juice
- Shake Rémy Martin 1738 Accord Royal with Cointreau, lemon juice with ice
- Strain into your best coupe glass