10 D'usse Cocktails

10 D’usse Cocktails

D’usse Cognac is an extremely high-quality spirit that deserves only the best cocktail recipes. Recipes should work to compliment D’usse without masking it completely. D’usse knows classic cognac cocktails aren’t always good enough to stand with this truly unique product, so they’ve shared a variety of cocktail recipes using both D’USSÉ VSOP Cognac and D’usse XO. Dive into ten cognac cocktails so good they can be enjoyed (or invented!) by a billionaire.

What is D’usse?

D’usse cognac was founded by the multi-talented billionaire and modern-day businessman Jay-Z. Jay-Z collaborated with the leading cellar master in the world to create a cognac unlike any other. 

The cellar master, Michel Casavecchia, created D’usse at the legendary Château de Cognac in France. The 200-year-old site provided the perfect atmosphere, knowledge, and rich history to craft a new type of cognac.

D’usse has become known as one of the leading cognac brands money can buy. With two types of D’usse Cognac to choose from, there’s no shortage of D’usse cognac cocktail recipes to inspire your palette. 

10 Luscious Cocktails with D’usse

1. D’usse Strawberry Lemonade

by D’usse. com

D'usse Strawberry Lemonade

There’s something about summer that makes you crave a refreshing lemonade. The only thing better is strawberry lemonade, of course!

The D’usse strawberry lemonade begins with fresh strawberries muddled in a cocktail shaker. Ice, lemonade, and D’usse are then added. Shake until combined before straining into a highball glass with ice.

Straining is vital to enjoying a strawberry lemonade free of strawberry seeds! Garnish with fresh sliced strawberries and a lemon wheel.

2. D’usse Sazerac

by D’usse. com

D'usse Sazerac

The Sazerac is a classic cognac cocktail that’s only made better by the flavors of D’usse. No cocktail shaker is required for this recipe, but you will need a mixing glass with ice.

Add D’usse, simple syrup, and Peychaud’s bitters. Stir until chilled, then strain into a rock glass that’s been rinsed with absinthe. The classic garnish for a sazerac is a lemon peel twist.

3. D’usse XO – On a Rock Coffee

by D’usse.com

D’usse XO - On a Rock Coffee

If you’re an iced coffee lover and a D’usse lover, this recipe is a match made in heaven. First, prepare coffee ice cubes.

Next, prepare the drink with 1 part coffee ice cubes and two parts D’usse. No garnish is necessary – just relax and enjoy the coffee infusion as your ice melts.

4. The New Fashioned

by D’usse. com

The New Fashioned

The new-fashioned is a D’usse take on the iconic Old Fashioned cocktail. Simple syrup, D’usse, and angora bitters are stirred in a mixing glass with ice.

Strain over a rock glass with fresh ice. A fresh orange twist over the glass acts as a beautiful garnish and adds flavor as the natural oils in the peel are released. Add a brandied cherry for a New Fashioned experience you’ll never forget.

5. D’usse Daiquiri

by D’uesse.com

D'usse Daiquiri

D’usse can be enjoyed in so many ways, so why not in a tropical daiquiri? 

Simple syrup, freshly squeezed lemon juice, lime juice, D’usse, and an egg white are combined in a cocktail shaker with ice. Once your daiquiri is mixed, strain it into a chilled coupe glass. Place a lime wheel on the rim for a little extra citrus and get transported to a tropical oasis with every sip.

6. D’usse Every Rose Has its Thorn

by D’usse.com

D’usse Every Rose Has its Thorn

This cocktail looks like romance in a champagne flute with a gorgeous red tone and a fresh red rose petal garnish.

To prepare the cocktail, you’ll need cinnamon bitters, vanilla bean syrup, rose water, and hibiscus-infused D’usse. The ingredients should be mixed in a cocktail shaker with ice, strained into a glass, then topped with chilled prosecco. 

Don’t forget to place a red rose petal on top for an elegant cocktail fit for a queen. Queen B, of course! Come on, you didn’t expect an entire post about Jay-Z’s cognac brand without a Beyonce reference somewhere, did you?

7. D’usse Blueberry Lemonade

by D’usse. com

D'usse Blueberry Lemonade

The D’usse blueberry lemonade recipe is just as easy as the strawberry lemonade recipe.

Muddle fresh blueberries in a cocktail shaker. Add D’usse and lemonade, then shake with ice. Strain into a highball glass before adding more fresh blueberries and a lemon wheel.

8. D’usse Champagne Sparkler

by D’usse. com

D’usse Champagne Sparkler

The champagne sparkler is a perfect recipe for your next celebration. Add D’usse, a sugar cube, and angostura bitters to a champagne flute. Fill the rest of the glass with Rossi Prosecco, and finally, garnish with an orange twist,

Watching the sugar cube dissolves in the glass turns this cocktail into an experience!

9. The Sophisticate

by D’usse. com

The Sophisticate

This recipe is simple, but the flavors are far from it. St. Germain elderflower liqueur and D’usse are added to a cocktail shaker with ice.

Strain into a champagne flute, then top with chilled prosecco. The floral notes of St. Germain elderflower liqueur play beautifully with the strong flavors of D’usse for a cocktail that has a sophisticated taste. Garnish with a lemon peel twist, and enjoy.

10. D’usse XO Billionaires Sidecar

by D’usse. com

D’usse XO Billionaires Sidecar

You can’t talk about classic cognac recipes without mentioning the sidecar. The D’usse XO billionaires sidecar maintains the traditional sidecar flavor and makes it even better. 

D’usse XO, Grand Marnier, and lemon juice are shaken over ice and then strained into a chilled coupe. A lemon twist garnish stays true to the original sidecar, while the flavors of D’usse XO bring this cocktail into the modern age.

Taste a Sip of the Good Life with D’ussé VSOP Cognac

Learn more about the making of D’usse and connect with the brand on their site. Don’t forget to check out the latest Cocktails Cafe content for more recipe ideas, liquor history, and so much more! From entertaining at home to ordering drinks out on the town, Cocktails Cafe will give you the confidence and knowledge to have a great drinking experience every time. 

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *