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Chambord Liqueur Royale de France
This famous French liquor is nearly black in colour and syrup like in consistency. It is born at the end of the 17th century in Chambord, France, to pay homage to King Louis XIV, who went to visit the same castle. Produced exclusively with natural ingredients and with no added colourants or additives, the Chambord Liqueur Royale de France comes from a long maceration time in Cognac, with blackberries and raspberries strong where, after some weeks, honey, citrus peels, vanilla extract from Madagascar and a blend of aromatic herbs are added. Enclosed in the characteristic bottle that recalls the Crucigero Globe, held in the kings hand. It is perfect to be blended with juices or champagne, it can also be tasted on the rocks.