Dubonnet royale cocktail
- January 2005
- Serves 1
- Ready in 5 min
Having a retro party? A 1970s classic drink, Dubonnet is back in vogue, especially with the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee on the horizon in June 2022, as it’s thought to be a favourite drink of hers.
Serve with bubbly for a classic cocktail. Would also be perfect for a Jubilee lunch or street party.
- 30ml of Dubonnet
- champagne or sparkling dry white wine
- Put 30ml of Dubonnet into a flute and top up with champagne or sparkling dry white wine for a rich and spicy cocktail.
What is dubonnet?
Dubonnet is a sweet fortified wine. It's been around for many years - since Joseph Dubonnet first sold it in 1846. It contains a small amount of the bitter quinine, which is also present in some tonic waters.
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