Friday, 9 July 2010

A Taste of Luxury

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As promised, here is the Martini recipe that accompanied the miniature bottle of raspberry liqueur...

50ml Finlandia Vodka
15ml Chambord
60ml fresh pineapple juice
Shake ingredients with ice and then strain into a martini glass

Chambord is inspired by a unique raspberry liqueur produced in the Loire Valley of France during the late 17th Century. The liqueur was said to have been introduced to King Louis XIV during one of his visits to the Chateau de Chambord during his reign. Today Chambord continues to lend elegance and style to every occasion.

Have a cocktail... and a fabulous weekend everyone!

17 comments:

  1. This would be the perfect drink for a summer eve like tonight! Yum.

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  2. Thanks for this hun!! Original drinks are definitely chic and make the air around a gathering much better, people tend to laugh harder hahah!
    Thanks…………..great post have a brilliant weekend♥

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  3. That's a french martini!! One of my faves!

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  4. Mmm...I love Chambourd, especially in champagne!

    ♥ V

    http://www.gritandglamour.com

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  5. And it's such an adorable wee bottle!

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  6. This is the cutest little bottle ever! The Martini sounds delicious!
    Hope you have a great weekend!

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  7. If I drank alcohol I would definitely try this! :)

    Leia's Delights

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  8. I'll definitely be trying this, have a good weekend!

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  9. Sounds rather decadent to me. Am sure it's the epitome of luxury in a bottle; the perfect drink! Have a fun weekend. xoxo

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  10. YUM! I'm a mojito girl but would love to try this! Thanks for sharing : )

    x

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  11. yummy!
    got to try that very soon!
    kiss and thanks for sharing that recipe!!
    xoxo

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  12. OOH!! SO GREAT!! thanks for sharing!! have a lovely weekend!

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  13. Thanks for sharing! Must try this recipe now. :)

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  14. Oooh, I love Chambord. I might have some left in the cocktail cabinet actually....

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