Show your commitment to the liquid arts with this framed, matted, original watercolor of a French 75 cocktail.
Class up that boring glass of bubbles and make a French 75. A splash of gin, sugar, and lemon elevates champagne into this lovely early 20th-century tipple. Invented in Paris in 1915, it is named after the French 75mm field gun, presumably since it packs such a sneaky wallop.
This French 75 watercolor diagram is drawn and painted on 100% cotton heavyweight paper, measuring 8.5 x 11. Materials include ink and watercolor. It is UV protected, and framed in a 11 x 14in black wood frame, with an archival mat and sawtooth hanger. Ready to pop up on your wall immediately. Signed by the artist. (me).
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