Product of: France
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Chambord is described as being a "black raspberry liqueur". It is an infusion of raspberries and blackberries in neutral spirit with Madagascar vanilla, Moroccan citrus peel, honey and cognac. Chambord is made and bottled at La Sistiere Chateau in France's Loire Valley.
Review and Tasting
Sampled on 20/12/2014
Clear, dark burgundy red. (If your sample has the merest hint of orange/brown then your bottle has been open too long and your liqueur is oxidized. Buy a replacement and use more frequently.)
Rich blackcurrant and chocolaty vanilla with rich raspberry/cherry yoghurt and rum 'n' raison.
Rich flavours of raspberry fool, chocolate truffle, honey, vanilla, blackcurrant jam, cherry jam, sloe and damson with a hint of raisins and stewed prunes.
Warm, velvety, vanilla and black raspberry fruit. Overall: More rounded and not as upfront tart fruit as a typical crème de cassis, framboise or mûre, when compared the effect of the addition of vanilla and honey flavours are obvious.