Kir Cidre Royal – made with cider instead of wine, with a measure of calvados added.
Kir Communard/Cardinal – made with red wine instead of white
Kir Hibiscus Royal – made with sparkling wine, peach liqueur, raspberry liqueur, and an edible hibiscus flower. Also found with sparkling wine and pear schnapps.
Kir Berrichon – from the Berry region of France. Made with red wine and blackberry liqueur (Crème de mûres).
Kir Breton – made with Breton cider instead of wine.
Kir Impérial – made with raspberry liqueur instead of cassis, and Champagne
Kir Pamplemousse – made with red grapefruit liqueur and sparkling white wine, which gives a slightly tart alternative.
Kir Pêche – made with peach liqueur.
Kir Pétillant – made with sparkling wine
Kir Pink Russian – made with milk instead of wine.
Kir Tarantino – made with lager or light ale (“kir-beer”).
Kir Bourgogne—This Burgundy version of a Kir is made with Crème de Cassis and red wine instead of white.
Kir Normand—Crème de Cassis with hard cider.
Kir Royale: Dry champagne with crème de cassis
Kir Violette: White wine and crème de violette, a violet-infused liqueur.
Kir mûre (blackberry), peche (peach), lavande (lavender), verveine (lemon verbena herb), fraise (strawberry), myrte (myrtle) and so on. .
Kir Bourgogne: Red wine with crème de cassis (I’ve also seen this called a Communard Cocktail or Kir Cardinal)
Kir Framboise (or à la framboise)
Kir Poire: -a pear eau de vie.