A five-star liqueur, made with 'black raspberries' and other bramble fruits, infused in aged cognac. Perfect for dressing up desserts or sweetening a cocktail. And anyone who can enlighten me as to how the French 'black raspberry' differs from the British 'blackberry' will earn extra bonus points.
Discovered this via daughter in a Miss Martini. A delicious combination of cream, vodka and Chambord and raspberries. Like a rich fruity alcoholic melting ice cream.
- anonymous, 22nd Apr '13
Love it, love it love it. Key ingredient in French Martini and wonderful in Prosecco or Champagne. Great price, will be buying it here from now on.
- Susan, Inverness, Scotand., 19th Jan '13
Great liqueur, shame about the redesign of the bottle.
- anonymous, 1st Jan '13
I gave someone in the office a pair of leather boots, she was sooo happy, and the following week I got this wee bottle on my desk. Now looking fwd to trying it!
- GT, Perth, 22nd Jul '12
French martini .........Two shots vodka two shots chamborg ice and fill shaker with pineapple juice shake well
- Audrey fife, 9th Jun '12
wet a shot glass rim and dip it in icing sugar. Fill the glass with Chambord and add double cream (sits on top). Tastes like a Jammy Donut
- Ben, 13th Jan '12
This is a wonderful liquor which I discovered thanks to Thewhiskyexchange.com as it is not sold in Singapore. It really has a nice red fruit fragrance and goes real well with champagne and in other cocktails.
- Peter, Singapore, 7th Oct '11
Try it with Bailey in a shot glass we call it jammie dodger,lovely.
- Liz Bradley, 26th Apr '11
This drink is just gorgeous, really lovely! I really like it!!
- Hilda, 23rd Apr '11
this drink has changed my life forever love it
- anonymous, 19th Apr '11
Try it with Midori, Vodka, Cranberry and Pineapple juice over loads of ice!
- anonymous, 8th Jan '11
If picking in the wild, Blackberry bear later (Mid July thru August) and the underside of the leaves are pale green, where as the Raspberry leaves are silvery and bear earlier (late May thru June).
- anonymous, 2nd Aug '10
royal ascot served this drink with bombay sapphire gin and lemonade with a squeeze of lime, its called a royal blush and i could drink it all day long i love it
- anonymous, 22nd Jun '10
Absoulelty smashing drink
- anonymous, 24th Mar '10
Serve with champagne or soda water. Very good when poured over ice cream.
- Charles Henry Gray., 3rd Jan '10
Extra bonus points for the above poster!
- TWE Admin, 7th Dec '09
The way to tell the difference is that a raspberry (any colour) is hollow in the centre. A blackberry is not.
- anonymous, 3rd Dec '09
I'm french. In french, a raspberry is a "framboise", it comes from the raspberry bush (Rubus idaeus), whether it's black, red, yellow, orange, amber, or white. Those are types of raspberries but still raspberries. The blackberry ("mûre" in french) comes from another tree (the blackberry bush, Morus), blackberries and raspberries are different fruits.
- anonymous, 2nd Aug '09
the most stunning liqueur ever!amazing with chamagne, cocktails or just simply lemonade....the perfect summer drink!
- anonymous, 15th Jun '09
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