Chambord Liqueur Royale de France
Chambord is a world-renowned raspberry liqueur which was first produced in the Loire valley in the 1600s. It is made with black raspberries, vanilla from Madagascar and Moroccan citrus peels which are steeped in cognac and sweetened with honey. The striking bottle is design is not based on the Holy Hand Grenade, in fact it's based on a Globus Cruciger - an Orb a Christian symbol which was used during the Middle Ages. The cross surrounds the orb, which represents the earth.
|Region||France, Loire Valley|
Wine EnthusiastThe overripe aroma is concentrated, viny/seed-like and intensely raspberry jam-like in both stages. Tastes of cassis, red raspberry syrup or, better, raspberry compote. Long, ripe, intense berry aftertaste.