Wisco 76 – Nessalla Kombucha

Wisco 76


  • 1 oz. Death's Door Gin
  • ½ oz. lemon juice
  • 1 dash simple syrup
  • 1 ½ oz. NessAlla Juniper Rose Kombucha
  • 1 oz. cava
  • lemon twist


The year: 1915. The scene: Paris, France. The Great War is underway. Soldiers on leave from the trenches head to the New York Bar, where barman Harry MacElhone is serving a new drink. He calls it Soixante Quinze – Seventy-Five – due to its purported similarities to the kick of French 75mm field guns. MacElhone’s creation, under its anglicized name – the French 75 – lives on as a timelessly classic, crisp-tasting cocktail. We’ve given the French 75 a Wisconsin make-over – using Death’s Door Gin and NessAlla Juniper Rose Kombucha  – to create the Wisco 76. We think Harry would be proud.

In a champagne flute or a chilled cocktail glass, add gin, lemon juice, and a dash of simple syrup. Then, add the kombucha. Top off with cava and garnish with a lemon twist.