>> Wednesday, 7 January 2009
Cassis is a pretty fishing (well, before the tourist invasion) village on the French Riviera. Around the village they make a white wine AOC Cassis. It is also the French word for black currant liqueur, the one that makes Kir when blended with a white wine (preferably Bourgogne Aligote). The village and the wine is pronounced [kasi:'], without an ending 's', whereas the black currant syrup is pronounced [kasi's]. But even the French regularly makes mistakes with this.
A waiter in white coming with a tray of glasses with Kir aperitif bright red translucent, in motion blurred unsharp, colourful, made by mixing white wine, traditionally Burgundy Aligote, with black currant (called cassis in French) liqueur Cassis Cote d’Azur Var France Bouches du Rhone.
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