Kir Royale au Cognac
- Yield 1 servings
- Prep 5 mins
- Cook 0 mins
The classic French aperitif becomes even more elegant with Cognac added.
Made with white wine and a smidgen of crème de cassis liqueur, the Kir is a classic French apéritif. Substitute Champagne for white wine, and it's called a Kir Royale. With a little Cognac in the mix, the drink becomes even more dashing.
- 1/2 fluid ounce Cognac
- 1/4 fluid ounce Crème de Cassis or raspberry liqueur
- 4 fluid ounces Champagne or sparkling wine
- Pour Cognac and Crème de Cassis in a Champagne flute.
- Gradually fill the flute with Champagne or sparkling wine and serve.
Recipe by Wini Moranville.