Chambord Paloma Recipe
Paloma is a delicious tequila-based cocktail commonly prepared by mixing tequila, lime juice, and a grapefruity-flavored soda. It is then served on the rocks with a lime wedge with a salted rim.
There is no clear history of this cocktail, but there are rumors that it was named after an 1860s popular folk song, La Paloma or The Dove. Whatever its history was, it is believed that Paloma originated from Mexico.
Combining Paloma and Chambord, a raspberry liqueur creates the delicious Chambord Paloma cocktail drink. With a sweet and fruity flavor, this cocktail tastes divine! You can concoct these, especially when you have guests over.
2 oz. Blanco tequila
1 oz. Chambord
1 oz. Lime juice
Chilled grapefruit soda
Thyme sprig for garnish
Fill a cocktail shaker with ice.
Strain the mixture into a cocktail glass filled with fresh ice cubes.
Garnish with thyme sprig. Serve
Chambord is a raspberry liqueur that's been around for centuries and was first popularized in the 17th century. Its roots can be traced back to France’s Loire Valley region, specifically with King Louis XIV, who was gifted one during his annual visits there.