You know what they say: if you’ve got it, flaunt it!
And Lillet Blanc has so much to flaunt. It’s light and tart, with a delicate flavor that’s hard to beat.
So, here are 11 Lillet Blanc cocktails to try right now!
If you’ve been around the cocktail block, you’ve probably heard of Lillet Blanc.
It’s the talk of the town, and for a good reason, this drink is unlike anything else in the world.
It’s got a scent that’s hard to describe: oranges and honey, pine resin, and exotic fruits.
But here’s a certain thing: it smells fruity.
Like the fruitiest drink you’ve ever smelled in your life!
Like someone broke open a pineapple, threw it into a blender with some strawberries, and finished off with an orange peel—with a splash of lime juice.
That’s how it smells.
And then there’s the taste… oh boy!
This is where things get really interesting.
Lillet Blanc has higher alcohol content than a typical glass of wine—but it still tastes like…well, let’s just say that if you’ve ever had champagne before, this will be right up your alley.
It has the same bubbly effervescence as champagne but without the sugariness or heaviness—more like a dry white.
And lucky you, I’ve got the perfect Lillet Blanc cocktails for when you need a little help unwinding after a long week or when you want to celebrate something special with your friends.
From classic drinks like Vesper Martini to fruity ones like Grand Marnier & Lillet Blanc Raspberry Peach Cocktail, these concoctions are sure to get your taste buds going and your mind off of whatever’s been bothering you.
But if you want something that will surprise you, try #10.
It’s got a little spicy twist you’ll love.
So, kick back, relax, have some friends over, and let me show you how easy it is to forget about everything else in life but fun!
Lillet Spritz is light, refreshing, and just a little more interesting than plain wine or prosecco.
Its gentle bubbliness adds a touch of complexity to its mellow flavor, which is just enough to make it a perfect pre-dinner sipping.
It also has hints of honey, candied oranges, and tropical fruit—but it’s not overwhelming.
It’s just enough bubbles to keep your tastebuds intrigued long after the glass is empty.
Plus, itisn’t particularly strong.
Still, it’s got enough kick that you’ll feel like you’re unwinding after a busy day without feeling like you’ve drank too much.
If you’re looking for something refined yet playful and easygoing, this spritz is just the thing.
Vesper Martini is a beautiful, strong cocktail.
And it’s not just a drink; it’s an experience.
It has a bit of sweetness that offsets the bitter bite of the dry gin, but it’s still cool and crisp like you’d expect from a classic stirred cocktail.
It’s also refreshing and has vodka to give the extra kick you’d expect from a boozy drink.
But here’s what makes this cocktail so unique: you can tweak it to your personal taste by adding more or less Lillet Blanc and changing the ratio between gin and vodka.
It’ll always taste good, but with each sip comes a new experience.
So, whether you’re mixing up one for yourself or serving up several rounds at your next party, this Vesper Martini will always leave people wanting more—and that’s exactly how you like it.
Drinking a French Gimlet is like lying on a beach in the sun.
It’s got a sweet, slightly floral flavor that’s just as classy as it is fun.
The base of this cocktail comes from gin and Lillet Blanc, an elderflower liqueur that brings in some subtle citrus notes to complement the lime juice and agave syrup in this drink.
And the dash of orange bitters will make you feel like you’re drinking something fancy.
You’ll also love how well this drink goes with seafood and lighter foods like salads or fish tacos.
But wait, French gimlets are also perfect for parties because they’re light and refreshing enough to be enjoyed by all—from newly turned twenty-one-year-olds who want to try something new to adults who want to relax after work with something bubbly.
And remember to put on the garnishes: fresh mint leaves and orange wheels will turn your guests into fans before they even take their first sip.
Corpse Reviver #2011 is a modern take on a classic cocktail.
And despite the name, it has nothing scary or ghoulish about it. It’s just a tart and zingy gin sour with some extra flavor from lemon juice and orange liqueur.
In fact, the Corpse Reviver #2011 i is a sophisticated twist on the classic gin sour, but with absinthe instead of just regular bitters.
But what really makes this cocktail special is the addition of Lillet Blanc, which lends its light, citrusy sweetness to the drink.
And while not technically an ingredient in the original recipe, it has added a dash of root liqueur for depth and complexity.
Let’s talk about Sunday In The Park.
It starts with lemon juice and simple syrup to give it that bright and tart flavor you want.
Then, it takes on a whole new life with Lillet blanc—the perfect balance of sweet and sour.
Next, you’re going to add your bourbon, which will give you that deep and rich flavor you crave.
And then, you’ll mix it with aromatic bitters and a sprig of thyme that makes this drink herbaceous (and tastes like you’re sitting in your own garden).
Finally, you’ll finish it off with some soda water for that refreshing fizz on top.
All those flavors come together for one well-balanced, complex drink that’s made for any occasion or no occasion at all.
If you’re looking for a drink that’s rich and sweet but still smooth and elegant—you’ve come to the right place.
The French Connection is a slow-sipping cocktail that’s perfect for those nights when you just want to relax and enjoy yourself.
It’s made with cognac and Lillet Blanc, which gives it a rich, warm taste; then, you add in some orange bitters and honey syrup for the perfect balance of sweet and bitter.
This classic cocktail is one that keeps you sipping again and again.
This Lillet Sour Cocktail is a classic whiskey sour riff that’s been given a little twist.
It’s bursting with a ton of flavor, and it’s simple to make.
It starts with the balanced tang of lemon juice and the floral sweetness of Lillet Blanc.
After that, you’ll taste the subtle notes of vanilla and caramel from the whiskey that round out the Lillet sour cocktail and give it some depth.
And to top it all off, there’s Cointreau and simple syrup; the latter helps cut through any bitterness in the drink while also adding extra sweetness.
If you love richly textured drinks, then you’re going to love this cocktail.
It’s got everything you need for an adventure: bold flavors, intriguing aromas, and plenty of character.
And whether you’re looking for a new take on an old classic or just want something new to try for yourself or your friends this weekend—you’ll find it in this drink!
Just when you thought you’d had enough of the sweet, fruity cocktails, I’m here to bring a touch of class to your glass.
Grand Marnier & Lillet Blanc Raspberry Peach Cocktail combines fresh raspberries, superfine sugar, lime juice, Lillet Blanc, and Grand Marnier raspberry peach to create a sweet and sour taste that’s sure to make your palate come alive.
It’s got the perfect level of sweetness without being too cloying.
Besides, it’s a great addition to any party because it looks good on its own but also goes well with other drinks like champagne or gin martinis.
Apple Cranberry Crush is a drink ready to take on the world—and it’s a serious game-changer.
The flavors are so bold and bright that they’ll make your mouth water before you even take a sip.
And when you do get to take that first sip…wow!
You get all the tartness of fresh cranberries mixed with sweet oranges and just enough spice from the cinnamon stick to warm up your whole body.
You can’t go wrong with this drink: it’s like dessert in a glass but way better for you than the actual dessert.
Hello Summer Cocktail is a drink like no other.
But what exactly is this magical elixir?
Well, let me tell you: it’s sweet and bright, like the sunrise.
And it will transport you straight to the beach with a spicy twist.
The muddled cilantro and lime are balanced by fresh watermelon juice, tequila, and Lillet Blanc—with a welcome roundness that brings the whole thing together.
Then the chili powder gives it just enough heat to keep things interesting.
It’s like a watermelon margarita, but with a kick.
I know you want something that will complement the flavors of Lillet Blanc perfectly but not overpower them.
You want something that will give you a little bit of fizz, but not too much.
And you want it to be sweet—but not too sweet.
Well, here’s the answer: this Peach-Apricot Lillet Blanc Fizz With Cardamom Sugar.
In this drink, the peach and apricot play matchmaker to the floral and citrusy flavor of Lillet Blanch and the refreshing fizz from the sparkling water.
And the cardamom sugar adds another layer of sweetness in a way that doesn’t feel overwhelming or heavy on your palate.
This cocktail is great for days when all you want is to sip something cool and refreshing at home next to a fan on low speed.
I hope you enjoyed this article on Lillet Blanc cocktails.
And I totally understand how tough it is to find a good cocktail these days, but I think you’ll agree that these are some of the best.
So, give these drink recipes a try if you’re looking for a new drink to try or just want to take your cocktail game up a notch.
They’ll make your taste buds happy and your night a little more fun.
- Lillet Spritz
- Vesper Martini
- French Gimlet
- Corpse Reviver #2011
- Sunday In The Park
- French Connection
- Lillet Sour Cocktail
- Grand Marnier & Lillet Blanc Raspberry Peach Cocktail
- Apple Cranberry Crush
- Hello Summer Cocktail
- Peach-Apricot Lillet Blanc Fizz With Cardamom Sugar
- Scroll for your favorite recipe from our list of Lillet Blanc Cocktails.
- Pick out the ingredients needed for the cocktail
- Mix then enjoy immediately!