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If you love Chambord as I do but suffer sticker shock when buying it, here's a good substitute. It doesn't taste exactly the same when drinking it straight up, but when mixed in cocktails you won't be able to tell the difference. I use one of those fancy Chambord bottles to store it in. Cook time is the LONG mellowing time. ( 3 months so plan ahead)
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D'USSÉ Essential Facts The symbol on the bottle is the Cross of Lorraine, a French emblem that symbolizes courage, honor and perseverance. It is made at Château de Cognac, one of the oldest cognac houses in France (in a region that has been producing cognac for more than 200 years).