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For the German television series, see Kir Royal – Aus dem Leben eines Klatschreporters.
|Primary alcohol by volume|
|Standard drinkware||Champagne flute|
|Commonly used ingredients|
|Preparation||*Add the crème de cassis to the bottom of the glass, then top up champagne.|
|Notes||A recipe can be found at the International Bartenders Association website.|
Kir Royal is a French cocktail, a variation on Kir. It consists of crème de cassis topped with champagne, rather than the white wine used in traditional Kir. The apéritif is typically served in a flute glass.
- The Classic Champagne Cocktail - Kir Royale Fits Everyone "Glass: Flute (champagne), Wine glass … fill it with your champagne or sparkling wine"
- KIR from IBA, "KIR Before Dinner Cocktail 9 cl Dry White Wine 1 cl Créme de Cassis Pour Créme de Cassis into glass, top up with white wine. For Kir Royal: Use champagne instead of white wine."
- Graham, Colleen. "Kir". About.com.
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