BORA 75

Clean, crisp, and classic. But with a twist.

Unusually named after an artillery gun in the First World War, The French 75 appeared on the menu at Harry’s Bar, Paris in 1915. Classically made with gin, the floral and aromatic flavours of BORA Botanical Rum give added depth to this sparkling, citrusy, celebratory drink. And by using English sparkling wine this thoroughly British cocktail is perfect for welcoming the better weather and longer days.

BORA 75 cocktail in flute glass alongside a gold tumbler

What you need

  • BORA Botanical Rum 15mls
  • Fresh Lemon Juice 30mls
  • Lemon Juice 15mls
  • English Sparkling wine
  • Ice
  • Lemon zest spiral

To make a BORA 75: take a cocktail shaker and fill the base 2/3 with ice. Measure and pour the BORA, lemon juice and sugar syrup, then shake to combine the ingredients. Strain into a champagne flute or coupe before topping up with chilled English sparkling wine (prosecco, crémant or champagne will be delicious too). Garnish with a lemon twist.