Brandy45 ml
Orange curacao(※ Grand Marnier, Cointreau, BOLS Dry Orange), etc.2 dash
Angostura aromatic bitters1 dash
Champagne[Sparkling wine]Full up (90ml)
Sugar(* Rimmed with sugar)frosting
Shake & Build
Shake ingredients other than the carbonated or full up ingredient, pour into a glass, add ice, then fill with the carbonated or full up ingredient and gently stir.
GlassChampagne flute
AlcoholAbout 25 %
ColorBrown (Amber)
T.P.OAll day cocktail
Photo: Chicago ©okyawa
The name is an American city. This is a brandy cocktail with champagne added. The taste of the brandy is used to create a refreshing finish.
Oct 11, 2021

About Chicago Ingredients

A distilled spirit made from grapes and other fruits. It has a sweet, mellow aroma and a mild, elegant taste.
Orange Curacao
An orange-colored curacao made from a base of spirits and brandy, flavored with orange peel, and aged in oak barrels. The aging process gives it a mellow taste.
Aromatic bitters
Bitter liqueur made primarily from the bark of the angostura (tangerine tree). When we simply call it Angostura bitters, we are referring to it. Just a few drops can add depth to the flavor.
Sparkling wine
A sparkling wine that contains a large amount of carbon dioxide gas. If it is made in the Champagne region of France and meets strict regulations, it is called Champagne.
Frosted sugar is easily dissolved. Apart from being used as a mixing ingredient, it can be rimmed with sugar or decorated with a dusting of powdered sugar.

About the supplies for making Chicago

Flute type Champagne Glass
This champagne glass has an elongated shape. The elongated shape reduces the surface of the champagne in contact with the air and retains carbonation.
Shaking with ice allows for rapid cooling. Effective for stirring materials that are difficult to mix or have a difference in specific gravity. Mellow out high alcohol content materials by mixing them with air.
Bar spoon
A spoon used to stir ingredients in a glass. It has a long handle and a spiral shape in the center of the handle to facilitate stirring.
Major cup
Measuring cups for measuring cocktail ingredients. Cups are paired at the top and bottom, and 30 ml and 45 ml are common.

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