I have written before of my love of the French custom of having an apéritif; especially a Kir or a Kir Royale. Therefore, I was very interested to read this article that was in ‘The Good Life France.’ I don’t think I have ever tried a Kir Normand but I certainly will the next time I am in Normandy! I hope you will enjoy this article as much as I did.


Kir Normand is a derivation of the classic French aperitif called a Kir which is traditionally composed of white wine and fruit liqueur. The Kir Normande is popular in Normandy, famous for its apple orchards and this liqueur really is all about the apple. Made from cider and mixed with Calvados, an apple brandy and…

via How to make Kir Normand — The Good Life France