A Kir with an apple twist

A Kir with an apple twist

How to make Kir Normand


· Cider
· A measure of crème de cassis*
· A dash of Calvados (apple brandy from the Calvados region of Normandy)

Pour a measure of crème de cassis into a wine glass. Add a dash of Calvados and top up with ice-cold cider. Enjoy chilled as an apéritif before a meal.

* Crème de cassis can be replaced by other creamy fruit liqueurs, such as crème de mûre or crème de framboise for a variation

Laura Henderson

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