How to make the kir royale

This cocktail is an apéritif which is typically served in a flute glass.

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Kir Royal is a French cocktail which is a variation on Kir.

It consists of crème de cassis topped with champagne, rather than the white wine used in traditional Kir.

This cocktail is an apéritif (alcoholic beverage taken before a meal as an appetizer), which is typically served in a flute glass.

What you need:

Directions:

- Pour creme de cassis into large Champagne flute or white wine glass.

- Top with Champagne.

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