Drink Recipes

Kir Royale
Featuring NEW MILLENNIUM SPARKLING WINE

In France this tasty treat is usually drunk before a meal or snack. Originally called blanc-cassis, the drink is now named after FĂ©lix Kir, mayor of Dijon in Burgundy, who popularized the drink. (Source: Wikipedia)

Recipe:

6 ounces sparkling wine

1/2 ounce creme de cassis

Directions:

Pour the creme de cassis into a champagne flute. Tilt the glass and slowly pour in the sparkling wine. Gently stir and garnish with a cherry.

(Photo Credit: Pedersons)

 

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