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Valentines Chambord champagne cocktail

A Chambord champagne cocktail and a plate of langostino bruschetta are my idea of a perfect Valentine’s Day. This simple cocktail is perfect for celebrating any special occasion, or no occasion at all. With only 3 ingredients, you can whip them up in no time.

For another drink that is perfect for celebrating, try this hibiscus champagne cocktail. It has an edible blossom in the glass to make it a bit of a showstopper.

Chambord champagne cocktail for Valentine's Day.

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Chambord champagne cocktail for Valentine’s Day

Chambord is a black raspberry liqueur. It’s on the sweeter side, so you’ll want to use a dry champagne for this cocktail. Look for anything labeled “brut” and you’re on the right track.

These are the coupe glasses that I used. They are the perfect glassware for this drink. It is a classic design, so they’ll never go out of style. You’ll also need a bar set for cocktails or, at the very least, a cocktail shaker and a shot glass to measure the Chambord and the vodka.

Valentine's Day cocktail in coupe glasses with blackberries.

Get some cocktail picks to skewer the blackberries for garnish. I like to match the garnish with the drink, so I wouldn’t use something like citrus or herbs, because those flavors aren’t in the cocktail.

That was something I learned when I was in culinary school – the garnish should reflect the flavors of the dish. That also carries over into libations.

Champagne cocktail with vodka and Chambord for Valentine's Day.

Vodka champagne spritzer

To cut the alcohol in this drink and make it a little lighter, you could easily turn it into a Chambord spritz. Add a few ounces of club soda or any sparkling water that you like.

I would suggest using either a plain sparkling water, or for flavored, stick with a berry flavored water so the flavor of the drink isn’t altered too much.

Chambord Valentine’s cocktail

To make this drink, you’ll add the huckleberry vodka and Chambord to a cocktail shaker with some crushed ice. Shake it up until it’s icy cold, then divide into two coupe glasses.

Champagne cocktail with vodka in coupe glasses.

Top each glass with champagne and serve immediately while the champagne is still effervescent. If you want to make your Chambord champagne cocktails ahead of time, you can pour the vodka and Chambord into the glasses and refrigerate. Top with bubbly right before serving.

Cocktails for Valentine’s Day

These pink cocktails would be perfect for a Valentine’s or Galentine’s evening.

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Valentines Chambord champagne cocktail

Cheryl Bennett
A simple Valentines Chambord champagne cocktail that is perfect for celebrating.
5 from 5 votes
Prep Time 5 minutes
Course Drinks
Cuisine American
Servings 2 cocktails
Calories 286 kcal


  • 12 ounces dry champagne
  • 2 ounces Huckleberry vodka *see note!
  • 2 ounces Chambord
  • ice
  • 2 blackberries for garnish optional


  • In a cocktail shaker, add crushed ice, Chambord and vodka. Shake.
  • Divide evenly into 2 cocktail glasses.
  • Top with champagne and serve immediately.


I used 44°North huckleberry vodka in my drink, but you can use any similarly flavored vodka.


Serving: 1gCalories: 286kcalCarbohydrates: 20gSodium: 10mgFiber: 1gSugar: 15g
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  1. So I a not a big drinker but I love North 40s huckleberry vodka. Such a unique flavor! Definitely going to give this a try!

  2. Holy Moly – that is one gorgeous photo. And I love the idea of a sweet liqueur with a dry champagne and a bit of vodka. This was so easy to make and super yummy. Going on the permanent rotation!

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