Crème de Cassis

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Creme de Cassis

From Wikipedia:

Liqueur from Dijon, France first produced in 1841. Crème de cassis, also known as Cassis Liqueur, is a sweet, dark red liqueur made from black currants macerated in neutral spirits or brandy for two months. Must contain 15% alcohol by volume.

Several cocktails are made with crème de cassis, including the very popular wine cocktail, kir.

It may also be served as an after-dinner liqueur or as a frappé.