Kir recipe

Kir Ingredients

Kir Instructions

How to Make a Kir Cocktail

How to Make a Kir Cocktail:

The Kir cocktail is a classic French aperitif that is perfect for any occasion. This elegant and refreshing drink is made by combining white wine with a splash of crème de cassis, a blackcurrant liqueur. The result is a light and fruity cocktail that is both sophisticated and easy to drink.

To make a Kir cocktail, you will need a bottle of dry white wine, such as a Sauvignon Blanc or Chardonnay, and crème de cassis. The ratio of wine to crème de cassis is typically 3:1, but you can adjust it to your taste. The cocktail is traditionally served in a wine glass, but you can also use a champagne flute for a more glamorous presentation.

To prepare the Kir cocktail, pour the white wine into the glass, leaving some space at the top. Then, add a splash of crème de cassis. The amount of crème de cassis you add will depend on how sweet you like your cocktail. Stir gently with a cocktail spoon to mix the ingredients together.

Once you have prepared your Kir cocktail, you can garnish it with a fresh blackberry or a twist of lemon peel for an extra touch of elegance. Serve it chilled and enjoy it as a pre-dinner drink or a refreshing treat on a hot summer day.

So, why not impress your guests with this classic French cocktail? The Kir is simple to make, but its combination of flavors will leave everyone wanting more. Cheers!

Best served in a White Wine Glass.

Kir: is a an alcoholic drink originated in France made of Black Currant liqueur (cr�me de cassis) and topped with white wine. Although it should be essentially a Black currant based alcoholic drink but in France, peach or blackberry liquor prepared in the same manner can be also be termed Kir. Some popular Kir drinks are Kir Royal, Kir petillant, Kir Nomand etc.

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