TV Series Recipes: Cocktail Kir Royale from Emily in Paris Recipe


A fruity cocktail, called the Kir Royale, is the unsung star of season 3 of Netflix’s Emily in Paris — and with just two ingredients, it’s très simple to recreate and channel your inner Emily Cooper.

If you would like to try it, at-home assembly is required if you want to try the glitzy beverage for yourself because Champére unfortunately doesn’t exist in real life.

Kir Royale Recipe from Emily in Paris

Only two Ingredients

The Kir Royale has two components: champagne and crème de cassis, Luc explains in the show. Crème de cassis is a rich, tart liquor made from macerated blackcurrants that was created in Burgundy more than 150 years ago, per Food & Wine.

In one recipe for the French cocktail, shared by Ina Garten, the Barefoot Contessa lays out just two simple steps to recreate Emily’s new favorite beverage. First, pour a teaspoon of the fruity liquor into a champagne flute. Next, top the glass off with the bubbling wine, serve immediately and enjoy.

“That’s like a fizzy wine cooler,” describes Alfie (Lucien Laviscount) in the season finale. “I like it!”

What do you think? Will you redo the recipe?

If you liked Kir Royale Cocktail, you can also see another of our TV Series recipes like Spicy Hot Chocolate from Once upon a Time.

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