Champagne: the best cocktails
French classics: �Cyrus Royal�
Actually, champagne is a sparkling wine of a geographical name, produced in the French region of Champagne by the method of secondary fermentation in a bottle. The strict requirements of the international law of protection of products of a geographic name prohibit calling champagne wine produced by a similar method in another region, although in everyday life,Of course, this rule can be neglected: first of all it applies to producers and sellers. But is it worth limiting the festive alcohol menu to only champagne? As an alternative, Woman's Day has gathered four best champagne-based cocktail recipes. Now, guests are unlikely to doubt your ingenuity.
A variation of the classic cocktail, invented in Burgundy and named after the hero of the Resistance of the priest Felix Cyr, the post-war mayor of Dijon, where the Cassis de Dijon currant liqueur is made. The legend about the origin of the cocktail �Cyr� says that the cocktail in its current form was invented when the reserves of red Burgundy wines in the region were confiscated by the German army during the war: local people began to add to the white currant liqueur to quench their longing for red wine.
Champagne Ryut - 130 ml
Currant liqueur - 20 ml
Mix and serve in a champagne glass.
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