Kir Royale Cocktail

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Kir Royal Cocktail is about as classic as you will find when it comes to specialty drinks.

Nothing brings us back to Paris much more than this incredible champaign libation called a Kir Royale Cocktail. So simple, but so incredibly delicious and beautiful, too.

This is perfect for brunch, or pre-dinner drinks, or anytime you’re feeling a little bit on the fancy side!

Yes, please!

Kir Royale cocktail recipe

Watch The Loon show you (and Kris) how easy it is to whip up this iconic drink! And get a good laugh while you’re at it!

One of the best Kir Royale’s we ever had was at a restaurant in Paris called: le Close des Gourmets (click to read our complete restaurant review!).

le Clos des Gourmets
le Clos des Gourmets

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Here's what greeted us as we left le Clos des Gourmets
Here’s what greeted us as we left le Clos des Gourmets

Oh, this is such a wonderful Champaign cocktail.

If you’ve never tried a Kir Royale, you’ve just got to give it a try.

Kir Royale cocktail recipe

Follow this Kir Royale Cocktail recipe, and you’ll be so very happy!

The history of this incredible drink is almost as tantalizing as the recipe itself!

Oui! Oui!  Let’s have a Kir Royale Cocktail!


Kir Royale cocktail recipe

Kir Royale Cocktail

This Kir Royale Cocktail is a classic Champaign drink that is so easy to make, and yet so very impressive. You're going to love this for brunch, pre-dinner drinks, or anytime in need of a spectacular Champaign cocktail!
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Course: Cocktail
Cuisine: Cocktail
Keyword: Champaign, French
Prep Time: 1 minute
Total Time: 1 minute
Servings: 1 person
Calories: 118kcal


  • 1 tbsp Creme de Cassis
  • Champaign chilled
  • Fresh berries blackberries or raspberries


  • Add 1 to 2 berries into the bottom of a Champaign flute
  • Add the Creme de Cassis
  • Top with chilled Champaign
  • Serve at once and enjoy!


Calories: 118kcal
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