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The adults fruit pastel
Member Name: lisaa_p
Advantages: fruity, sweet
Disadvantages: too easy to drink!
Chambord Liqueur was introduced in the 17th Century but it not an exceedingly popular drink these days and I can't help but wonder why.
I don't often have the money to splash on bottles of liquor that aren't smartprice - aka paintstripper - but I never regretted a moment of forking out of dosh for a bottle of the finest Chambord.
It is more often than not used in cocktails these days, and the reason I bought it was because I was hosting a cocktail party.
The bottle is divine, exquisite and begs to be bought in the most classy manner. So much so that I have not thrown my bottle away, I cannot bear to part with it.
The drink itself is sweet and fruitful and reminds me somewhat of fruit pastels. Only in a much more sophisticated, adult form.
Mixed with lemonade the drink is nothing but a poisonous liquid sweetie.
Chambord creates some of the most dizzyingly tasteful cocktails including the Raspberry Daiquiri and, my favourite cocktail, the French Martini.
It can be bought in most supermarkets but is cheaper to buy online.
Summary: tasty french liqueur
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