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What do you drink Chambord with?

What do you drink Chambord with?

That said, Chambord is at its best in cocktails. You can simply mix it in with champagne or a good dry gin, or vodka or rum.

What type of alcohol is Chambord?

raspberry liqueur
Chambord is a black raspberry liqueur made in France. Despite the fancy historic looking bottle, the brand started in the 1980’s. But, it’s inspired by a raspberry liqueur recipe from the the 1680’s! It’s made with both raspberries and blackberries and several spirits including Cognac.

What put in champagne?

Add a little fruit juice, such as fresh lemon juice, lime juice, orange juice, or even cranberry juice to make your Champagne cocktail more colorful. Don’t use too much juice, though, or you’ll veer into mimosa territory. Play with bitters and liqueurs.

Why put a sugar cube in a glass of champagne?

Instead of adding sugar to the drink itself, you’ll add a sugar cube. When the champagne hits the sugar cube in the bottom of the glass, it creates an ongoing fountain of bubbles that leaves the glass literally sparkling for minutes!

What is the best way to drink champagne?


  1. Keep it in a cool, dry place.
  2. Serve it in a flute.
  3. Serve it with dessert.
  4. Drink champagne by itself.
  5. Pour an entire glass in one go.
  6. Chill your champagne for too long.
  7. Save the champagne for a significant occasion.

Can you drink Chambord on its own?

Chambord is a true delight to sip and mix in cocktails. Its nose is a complex combination of raspberry, honey, orange and vanilla, reflecting its ingredients. It is a touch sweet with hints of tartness. At 16.5%ABV, it is perfect in cocktails but also a delight sipped on its own.

How much champagne is in a champagne and Chambord cocktail?

For each drink, mix up: 1 ounce Chambord, 3 ounces champagne, and 1 ounce soda water. This Chambord and champagne cocktail is festive and makes any occasion more celebratory!

What’s the difference between Chambord and Prosecco Champagne?

You can make Chambord and Prosecco. Prosecco is a little sweeter than champagne and has bigger bubbles. The flavor is more nuanced: you’ll get notes of apple, pear and lemon. It’s also a little cheaper than champagne: usually about $15 per bottle.

What can I use as a substitute for Chambord?

Apple, lychee, mango, pear, pomegranate, and strawberry liqueurs would all work nicely as Chambord substitutes for various occasions and seasons. It’s very easy to create a non-alcoholic version of this cocktail. Simply pour a raspberry syrup, then top it with a sparkling cider or grape juice.

What to make with raspberry liqueur and Champagne?

Here’s an effortlessly easy cocktail to make: Chambord and Champagne! These two go together like one of those famous pairings: tomatoes and basil, peaches and cream or peanut butter and jelly. Simply mix the raspberry liqueur with bubbles and you’ve got a sophisticated Chambord cocktail perfect for celebrations of all kinds.