What to drink now: Jack Daniel’s and Chambord

This week we are bringing you some delicious cocktail recipes from Jack Daniel’s and Chambord.


Tennessee Bee’s Knees

  • 25ml Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey
  • 25ml Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Honey
  • 25 ml fresh orange juice
  • 12.5ml lemon
  • 12.5ml honey

Method: Shake & strain
Glass: Coupette
Garnish: Lemon or orange twist



Fire Cracker

  • 50 ml Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Fire
  • 3 dashes Angostura Bitters
  • 50ml apple juice
  • Top with cider

Method: Stir
Glass: Beer glass



Burnt Apple Jack

  • 50 ml Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Fire
  • Top with Appletiser

Method: Build
Glass: Highball
Ice:  Cubed
Garnish: 2 lemon wedges



Same old fizz or a Chambord Royale?

You take the fizz, you top with Chambord, and puff! Now watch your bubbles bloom.


  • 15ml Chambord Black Raspberry Liqueur
  • 125ml Champagne, prosecco or cava
  • A raspberry (to garnish)

Pour your favourite fizz into a flute glass and top with Chambord. Garnish with a raspberry.



The usual gin or a Chambord Bramble?


  • 25ml Chambord Black Raspberry Liqueur
  • 25ml gin
  • 20ml fresh lemon juice
  • Lemon wedge
  • Crushed ice

Take a glass that is short and fill to the top with crushed ice. Pour in gin and lemon juice, stir and add Chambord. Finish with a lemon wedge hat.



The same old gin or a Chambord Collins?


  • 25ml Chambord Black Raspberry Liqueur
  • 35ml gin
  • The juice of two lemon wedges
  • Ice cubes
  • Soda

Pour in your gin and mix with Chambord. Add the juice of two lemon wedges, fill your glass with ice, and then top with soda.



A standard vodka or a French Martini?

Take pineapple juice and shake, shake, shake it with Chambord and vodka. And behold! You have the French Martini.


  • 20ml Chambord Black Raspberry Liqueur
  • 40ml vodka
  • 60ml pineapple juice

Vigorously shake Chambord with vodka, pineapple juice and plenty of ice.