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Once upon a moonlit evening, amidst the cobblestone streets of Paris, a clandestine rendezvous unfolded. The Champs-Élysées, a dashing and debonair cocktail, emerged from the shadows, winking at the Eiffel Tower. But wait, there’s more—a hint of bitters, like a mischievous wink from a French flâneur.

Why “Champs-Élysées,” you ask? Well, darling, it’s named after that iconic Parisian Avenue—the one where poets whisper sonnets, lovers steal kisses, and fashionistas sashay with their berets tilted just so. This cocktail struts down the boulevard, confident and chic, like a model on a catwalk.

Now, here’s the twist: Who birthed this Parisian libation? Alas, the archives remain silent, like a mysterious stranger slipping away into the Seine fog. But fear not! The Champs[1]Élysées wasn’t just about sipping—it flaunted French herbal liqueurs like a bohemian artist mixing colours on a canvas. And it paved the way for sours, like a trailblazer in a beret, inspiring bartenders to shake up Sidecars and Brandy Crustas.

Now, let’s talk sweetening spells. They’ll shimmy within the Champs-Élysées’s sacred circle, creating a slightly different but equally enchanting elixir. So next time you raise your glass, remember: The Champs-Élysées isn’t just a drink; it’s a whispered secret, a stolen kiss, and a dash of Parisian magic. Santé!

Eiffel Elixir: A Parisian Tango!


  • 2 ounces cognac
  • 3/4-ounce lemon juice, freshly squeezed
  • 1/2 ounce Green Chartreuse
  • 1/4-ounce simple syrup
  • 2 dashes Angostura bitters
  • Garnish: lemon twist


  1. Mix all the ingredients (except the garnish) in a cocktail shaker filled with ice.
  2. Shake vigorously for 15–20 seconds until well chilled.
  3. Pour the mixture into a chilled coupe glass.
  4. Finally, add a lemon twist as a garnish.