Raspberry Liqueur

70cl Bottle £22.89
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  • ABV16.5%

Chambord, France's Liqueur Royale, is a magnificent liqueur made with the world's finest black and red raspberries combined with delicious honey and Madagascan vanilla. Its rich but delicate taste makes it an essential part of any cocktail list.

Chambord was inspired by a luxurious black raspberry liqueur produced for Louis XIV during one of his visits to Chateau Chambord. The Royal Chateau at Chambord is one of the most recognisable chateaux in the world because of its very distinct French Renaissance architecture that blends traditional medieval forms with classical Italian structures.

Chambord Black Raspberry Liqueur represents an era of luxury and indulgence sparked by Louis XIV and his descendants and the brand's orb shaped bottle is inspired by the centuries old symbol of the French monarchy.

Chambord is created using all natural ingredients. The finest black and red raspberries are blended, before being steeped in Cognac to achieve a highly concentrated base. The mixture is then extracted and a second infusion captures the remaining flavours from the berries. The final step for this drink is in the hands of the Maitre Liquoriste, who marries the berry infusion with Cognac and extracts of Madagascan vanilla, Moroccan citrus peel, honey and hints of fragrant herbs. The result is an unprecedented level of all-natural complexities, flavour and aroma.


Keith Robinson 2009-12-24 13:15:46

What a great tasty drink, I recommend trying with apple juice.

Marcus Smith 2009-02-06 06:30:14

It is fantastic with champagne and equally delicious over ice cream.

Tom Bryson 2009-01-09 14:48:04

One of the best liquors i have ever had! And this website is amazing. No hassle. and it was delivered the next day! Thanks x

L Warrender 2008-09-01 18:06:28

One of my favourite liqueurs, I love it with ice and lemonade, sweet and tasty but refreshing and not over powering.

Mark Imrie 2007-08-27 12:44:31

I tried this as a shot with baileys and it tastes exactly like a jammie Dodger biscuit. Definitely up there as one of my favourite shots now!!!


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