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DIY drinks: How to make the Moët Imperial Gatsby cocktail
In honour of The Great Gatsby’s release today, we’re celebrating with a month of jazz-age cocktails as fabulous as the Baz Luhrmann and Catherine Martin flick. Every Friday, we’ll post a Roaring ’20s-inspired hooch recipe to help you curate a cinq-a-sept that Daisy Buchanan would be proud of.
This week, we’ve recreated “The Moët Imperial Gatsby,” a champagne cocktail made with green chartreuse that’s currently exclusively available Manhattan’s swank Plaza Hotel. Cheers!
You will need: 1 bottle of Moët & Chandon champagne 1 bottle of green chartreuse (available at the LCBO) sugar cubes lime Beautiful champagne flutes (we especially love these elegant crystal glasses from The Hudson’s Bay company!)
1) Drop a sugar cube into a champage flute
2) Add a dash of green chartreuse
3) Pour in the Moët 4) Add a lime peel as garnish Enjoy!