Chambord® Royale

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Happy New Year!! Were you expecting a healthy recipe to start the year? I decided to shake things up this year and NOT post yet another resolution to eat more veggies….blah blah blah. When I wrote my New’s Year’s Eve Party Foods post, I mentioned that I would probably be at home creating a new champagne cocktail (Chambord® Royale) and taking new photos for my Crab Rangoons post…..

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Well that is exactly what I did, and this is the Chambord® Royale cocktail that I created…..

Chamobord Royale is the perfect cocktail for New Year's, Valentine's Day or Mother's Day! cookingwithcurls.com

I had a Kir Royale in my head when I headed off to the grocery store, and then I forgot what was in it. I saw the bottle of Chambord® on the shelf and decided that it would be perfect for my cocktail.

By the way, a Kir Royale is Cream de Cassis and Champagne. I am not a huge fan of Champagne, so I actually used an Italian Prosecco in mine. 🙂

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I prefer the sweeter taste of Prosecco, but it’s up to you.

The color of this cocktail is actually much prettier in person, than in the images that I was able to capture. It is a brighter pink, and would make an excellent cocktail choice for Valentine’s Day as well…..

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Chambord® is a Black Raspberry Liqueur from France, and yes, it is expensive. It is well worth it for the smooth, well balanced fruity flavor that makes this cocktail extra special. {infusion of raspberries, blackberries, black raspberries, black currant, Madagascar vanilla and cognac}

I couldn’t find any black raspberries at the grocery store, so I went with blackberries….but you could also use raspberries. 🙂

How to make a Chambord® Royale:

Start by adding a 1/2 ounce of Chambord® to each champagne flute…..

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Drop in your blackberry/raspberry…..

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and top off with Champagne/Prosecco…..

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and serve!

There is a Chambord® Champagne cocktail in the tiny recipe book hanging on the bottle, but I found that a 1/4 ounce of Chambord® didn’t add enough flavor. I want to actually taste the raspberry flavor, so I bumped it up to 1/2 an ounce…approximately. Mine may have been a little bit closer to 3/4 ounce, so play with it and find the perfect balance for your tastes. 🙂

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Chambord® Royale

Make your next occasion extra special with a Chambord® Royale cocktail. It's the perfect cocktail for New Year's, Valentine's Day, even Mother's Day!
5 from 2 votes
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Course: Drinks
Cuisine: French
Keyword: champagne, raspberry, cocktail, beverage, celebration
Total Time: 5 minutes
Servings: 5 Servings
Calories: 82kcal
Author: Lisa Johnson


  • ½ ounce Chambord® Black Raspberry Liqueur
  • 750 ml Champagne 1 bottle - can substitute Prosecco
  • 1 blackberry or raspberry


  • Pour Chambord® into a champagne flute.
  • Drop berry into glass.
  • Top with champagne (or prosecco).
  • Serve.


  • I prefer Prosecco over Champagne because it is sweeter.
  • The amount of Champagne used will depend on the size of your glass.


Calories: 82kcal | Carbohydrates: 2g | Sodium: 10mg | Potassium: 132mg | Sugar: 2g | Calcium: 14mg | Iron: 0.6mg

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  1. Beautiful! And yummy too, I’m sure. Love the idea of trying these for Valentine’s Day. Thanks for sharing on Funtastic Friday!

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