How to Make Perfect Cocktail Roffignac

Cocktail Roffignac. Shake raspberry shrub, cognac, and simple syrup in an ice-filled shaker. Strain into ice-filled glass; top with soda water. Roffignac notably introduced streetlights to New Orleans and instigated the laying cobblestones on the roads of the French Quarter.

Cocktail Roffignac The Roffignac is a classic cocktail that I've put my own twist on. Vintage Roffignac cocktail recipes combined cognac and some sort of raspberry flavoring along with simple syrup and seltzer. Here is where we experience an evolutionary moment: New Orleans, where barrel-laden boats drifted down from Kentucky and Tennessee, was a whiskey drinking town more so than it drank uppity cognac. You can cook Cocktail Roffignac using 5 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you achieve it.

Ingredients of Cocktail Roffignac

  1. You need 1 of petit verre de Cognac.
  2. You need 1 of trait de liqueur de Framboise.
  3. You need 1/2 of d'eau gazeuse glacée.
  4. It’s 1/2 of de limonadeglacée.
  5. You need of framboise fraiche pour le décor.

Vintage Roffignac cocktail recipes combined cognac, some sort of raspberry flavoring along with simple syrup and seltzer. Now here we experience an evolutionary moment: New Orleans, where barrel-laden boats drifted down from Kentucky and Tennessee, was a whiskey-drinking town more so than it drank uppity cognac. Roffignac The Sazerac and the Ramos gin fizz may be better known, but the Roffignac, named for New Orleans' last French mayor, is the city's finest liquid secret. Roffignac notably introduced streetlights to New Orleans and instigated the laying cobblestones on the roads of the French Quarter.

Cocktail Roffignac instructions

  1. Dans un grand verre à cocktail versez le Cognac et la liqueur de framboise.
  2. Complétez à moitié avec de l'eau gazeuse et pour l'autre moitié avec de la limonade.
  3. Ajoutez quelques framboises pour le décor.
  4. Et dégustez avec un bon disque de blues ou de jazz….

Drink name: Roffignac Where it was invented: Signature cocktail at the former Maylie's restaurant, New Orleans. Who invented it: Obscure, but named for Count Louis Philippe Joseph de Roffignac. Cocktail or soft drink, the Roffignac featuring a raspberry shrub is refreshing and delicious. Combine the Cognac and syrups in a rocks glass and stir. Fill glass with ice, top with club soda, and give one final stir.