A bold and refreshing cocktail made with raspberry Chambord, tart citrus vodka, and crisp tonic water that awakens your senses and tickles your taste buds.
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I am not sure what’s been going on with me lately. It seems my mind has been focused on Valentine’s Day for weeks. Which, is unusual for me as I have always struggled with the holiday in the past.
However, over the last year or two, I find myself drawn towards wanting to celebrate it with Kim. I wonder if it has to do with growing into adulthood.
Perhaps, it is a byproduct of a long-term relationship. In other words, as the years go by, I find myself more and more in love with my wife.
Either way, it seems after all these years, I‘m a romantic at heart. Fortunately, cooking is an outlet in which I can express those feelings.
So, when Drizly approached us about a partnership, I quickly accepted another opportunity to make something special for Valentine’s Day. If you prefer an after dinner drink, then try this hazelnut coffee.
This cocktail recipe is solely dedicated to Kim. Every flavor was picked because I knew it catered to her tastes.
From the fruity Chambord to the tart citrus vodka, each ingredient was selected for her enjoyment.
It didn’t take long for me to determine the right mixture amounts for my concoction. After that, all that was left to do was start mixing!
How to Make a Chambord Tonic
Putting together a Chambord citrus tonic is easy. All you need to do is add ice to a shaker or mixing cup.
Afterward, add the Chambord, vodka, and tonic water. Then give the mixture a quick stir. Finally, pour the drink into a cocktail or martini glass and serve chilled. That’s it!
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- 2 Ounces of Chambord
- 1 Ounce Citrus Vodka
- 4 Ounces of Tonic Water
- In a shaker or mixing cup, add ice, Chambord, vodka, and tonic water.
- Stir contents.
- Pour into cocktail or martini glass and serve chilled.
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Nutrition Information:Yield: 1 Serving Size: 1 grams
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 240Unsaturated Fat: 0gSodium: 28mgCarbohydrates: 18gSugar: 18g