The Sweet Taste of Victory | Cocktail Party

The Sweet Taste of Victory

The Sweet Taste of Victory cocktail with bourbon, Chambord raspberry liqueur, vanilla syrup, and Peychaud's bitters

Spirits blogger Hal Wolin invented The Sweet Taste of Victory after taking his first sip of Chambord, a black raspberry liqueur accented with vanilla and spices. Really, it’s fantastic with any good raspberry or blackberry liqueur.

The original recipe as printed in Imbibe magazine was a bit too sweet, calling for equal parts of liqueur and vanilla syrup. We’ve scaled the syrup back just a bit to let the other flavors shine.

Ingredients

Instructions

Shake all ingredients with ice and strain into a chilled cocktail or coupe glass. Garnish with a few skewered raspberries or blackberries.

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