Why is it called a French martini cocktail?

While a French martini cocktail isn’t technically a martini cocktail, it has that name in part because it’s often served in a martini cocktail glass. One thing that puts the “French” in “French martini cocktail” is a key ingredient: the Chambord, a black raspberry liqueur that’s been made in France since 1685. Our French Martini Cocktail is especially French, given that every drop of Grey Goose is made in France as well.

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Two Grey Goose French Martini Cocktails garnished with raspberries.