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Kir

Rated as 4.78 out of 5 Stars
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"This is a French drink that can be mixed to taste. Use Champagne with the same amount of creme de cassis, and it is a Kir Royale."
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Ingredients

5 m servings
Original recipe yields 1 servings (1 serving)

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What a classic! Okay, I live in Burgundy, France, the home of incredible wine and Creme de Cassis. This drink is absolutely incredible and extremely well-known and loved in this region of France...

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I think mixing this 50/50 would taste nasty to my taste buds! I add 1 to 1.5 TEASPOONS to a full glass of champayne. It's not too sweet and you can still taste the champayne. Stir well because c...

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What a classic! Okay, I live in Burgundy, France, the home of incredible wine and Creme de Cassis. This drink is absolutely incredible and extremely well-known and loved in this region of France...

I really like this drink. I teach French and have heard that the traditional way to prepare Kir is to take a bottle of Chablis, or other white wine, pour a glass for the person serving it, and ...

What a lovely drink! My sister made this for me years ago when she returned from a summer in France. I never asked her how she prepared it so I was happy to see this recipe... thanks for the mem...

I think mixing this 50/50 would taste nasty to my taste buds! I add 1 to 1.5 TEASPOONS to a full glass of champayne. It's not too sweet and you can still taste the champayne. Stir well because c...

I love what Crème de cassis does for white wine and I have even used it with reds. Wines vary in sweetness or lack of depending on brand and type and the nice thing about adding Crème de cassis ...

My first encounter with this drink was in Paris. It is a delightful treat every time I return to France.

Good drink! I don't usually like white wines, but red wines don't agree with me anymore. This is a nice compromise.

I made this with creme de Mur (blackberry). Delicious. Thank you.