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Our Ménage à Trois White Wine Cocktail Inspired by the City of Love​
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Our Ménage à Trois White Wine Cocktail Inspired by the City of Love​

Where did the idea of French kissing come from? We know Paris is the city of love and dreamy accents, but how did the French kiss come to be?​

The French kiss was only recently added to the dictionary. Prior to that, “galocher,” the verb that means “to kiss with tongues,” was straight-up slang. How could the creators of the French kiss not even define their type of smooching? Well, they didn’t exactly come up with the phrase “French kiss.” ​

In fact, it was actually once called a “Florentine kiss.” According to the Associated Press, French kissing came from British and American soldiers returning home from Europe after World War I. Many chose to greet their wives and girlfriends with the sensual kissing adventurousness they saw from the French. Even though we credit the English soldiers for the popular term, the French were the ones who showed us all how it’s done. ​

So we invite you to do as the French do. After all, we all know Paris is the city of love, and you’re going to love our signature Ménage à Trois White Wine Cocktail: The French Kiss.​

The French Kiss cocktail recipe: ​
4 oz. of any Ménage à Trois White Wine​
0.5 oz. pineapple juice​
0.5 oz. raspberry syrup ​

Directions:​
1. Pour all ingredients over ice in a shaker, cap, and shake vigorously. ​
2. Pour into a martini glass. ​
3. Garnish using fresh raspberries and fresh or dried pineapple. You may also do a partial caramel rim with shaved white chocolate and a raspberry. The latter is a bit more Parisienne. ​

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