You bought a bottle of Chambord and have no idea how to use it.
Honestly, that was me last year — I had a cocktail that required a shot of Chambord and then I was left with almost a whole bottle full of it. But now, I see how sweet and delicious it can be, and how it can make your drinks a bit complex and boujee ✨
Describe it to me…
Chambord is an all-natural black raspberry liqueur produced in the Loire Valley, south of Paris, France. It is rich, lush and sweet, made with raspberries and blackberries in cognac and French spirits base (hence the rich, intense and semi-sweet flavor). It has complex flavors; with a vibrant color and fruit ingredients, it is not overly sweet and the vanilla and citrus peel taste is still present. Its fruity taste and deep purple color make it an excellent addition to a variety of drinks, including popular flavored martinis.
What you can do with Chambord :
You can soaked cherries in it to garnish Manhattans, mixed it with vinegar for cocktail shrubs and even substituted it for triple sec in Margaritas and Sidecars. The liqueur is versatile, and plays well with gin and vodka, as well as with bourbon and brandy.
So whenever you’re down for a rich, raspberry kick, grab the Chambord:)