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slide 1 of 2, Chambord Black Raspberry Liqueur, 750 ml
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Chambord

Chambord Black Raspberry Liqueur

"Chambord is a premium black raspberry liqueur that is produced at La Sistière in the Loire Valley of France. It is crafted with 100% natural flavors and ingredients, which include blackberries, raspberries, and blackcurrant – Chambord’s color is naturally derived from the fruit infusion and extracts. Noted for its unique flavor, unmatched quality and distinctive orb shaped bottle, Chambord has become a much-loved liqueur amongst bartenders and cocktail lovers worldwide. Used in cocktails to elevate the experience, Chambord’s richness adds to traditional cocktails, making the moment magnifique. Chambord is crafted through a unique three-step process to blend the unique juices of blackberries, raspberries, and blackcurrant is combined with the flavors of blackberries, raspberries, Madagascan vanilla, Moroccan citrus peel, honey, herbs and XO Cognac. First, we start by extracting all the delicious juices from our blackberries, raspberries, and blackcurrants. They are mixed with the finest French spirits and left for four weeks to unlock the rich flavor. They are then washed with more French spirits to capture the last of their mouth-watering flavor, and after two weeks they are ready to move to the next stage of the process. After six weeks of double fruit infusion, our berries are delicately pressed to capture all of their natural tongue-tingling juices. This leaves us with the rich, silky infusion base of Chambord. The berry infusion is filtered and blended with the complex flavors of raspberries, black raspberries, Madagascan vanilla, Moroccan citrus peel, honey, XO Cognac, and other fragrant herbs. Finally, we balance the flavor profile of the fruit infusion to ensure the superior quality and excellence of Chambord."