3 Cocktails with Charleston Follies

The Marie Brizard Charleston Follies is an exotic fruit liqueur from the house of Marie Brizard. His notes of passion fruit and mango give him a tropical appearance. Tasty and refreshing, the luxury liqueur convinces connoisseurs with its intense taste experience. On the tongue, the Marie Brizard Charleston Follies is pleasantly fresh and fruity. The nuances of passion fruit dominate the taste. Its exotic bouquet makes it ideal for Caribbean drinks.


Smile

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INGREDIENTS

  • 20 ml/ ¾ oz. Vermouth Dry
  • 30 ml/ 1 oz. Wodka Absolut Lime
  • 20 ml/ ¾ oz. Charleston Follies
  • 10 ml/ oz. strawberry syrup
  • 120 ml/ 4 oz. pineapple juice

METHOD

  1. Add all ingredients into a cocktail shaker with ice.
  2. Strain into a highball glass with fresh ice.
  3. Garnish with a cherry and orange wheel.

Charlie Shaker

STORY

Why is the cocktail called Charle Shaker?  Right! Because the Charleston Follies bottle looks just like a cocktail shaker. At least the old generation, the new bottles are unfortunately only made of glass and look like any other liqueur bottle.

INGREDIENTS

  • 20 ml/ ¾ oz. Charleston Follies
  • 20 ml/ ¾ oz. Aqavit
  • 10 ml/ oz. lime juice
  • 10 ml/ oz. tonic water

METHOD

  1. Add Aquavit and Charleston Follies and stir it with ice.
  2. Add lime and tonic water.
  3. Fresh up with slice of lemon and red cocktail cherry.

Green Champagner

STORY

The cocktail Green Champagne gets its name because of the green color of the Midori and the addition of champagne. Of course, the exotic flavor is rounded off by Charleston Follies.

INGREDIENTS

  • 30 ml/ 1 oz. Vodka
  • 10 ml/ oz. Charleston follies
  • 10 ml/ oz. Midori melon liqueur
  • lemonade
  • Champagne

METHOD

  1. Pour Vodka, Charleston and melon liqueur into a shaker with ice.
  2. Shake and strain into a cocktail glass.
  3. Top with lemonade and float champagne.

NOTES

The history of the brand Marie Brizard leads back to its founding year 1775. Born in Bordeaux, Marie Brizard once cared for a sick West Indian sailor. As a thank you, there was the recipe of an aniseed liqueur. On this basis, she built up the company with her nephew.

The Marie Brizard Charleston Follies is a noble liqueur. Its elaborate production is subject to strict quality controls. From fresh fruits, the masters gain an incomparable aroma through maceration. The distillation is very gentle on 20 volume percent alcohol to guarantee the fine taste of the Follies.

An eye-catcher in every bar is the bottle made of aluminum with 700 milliliters content. The collector’s item reflects and is reminiscent of a shaker. It stands out for its special, rustic design. Its classic label alludes to the French origin.


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