We brought chocolate and curacao liqueur back from a trip to Curacao several years ago, and have never tried it. The chambord is from my parents’ liquor cabinet. We inherited it when they moved to Florida. My husband has used it to heighten the flavors of his berry sorbets, but I don’t think we’ve had it in a drink. The cranberry moonshine came from some of our adventurous-drinking friends. I think they think we’re a lot more adventurous than we are! My husband doesn’t like cranberries, so it’s been left to me to drink it. I mix it with cranberry juice or ginger ale, but one drink with that stuff is enough for me. Perhaps more than enough!
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