"Sour Grapes | Crafted Pour"

"Hello friends! Tonight I took a recipe that made 4 shots and just poured it over a big cube for a short drink. Combining vodka, Chambord, and sour mix, this 3-ingredient cocktail is essentially a Chambord Sour lengthened a bit with vodka. While everything is in equal parts, this drink leans on the sweeter side but is incredibly smooth. I must admit that I don't get much grape taste, and that this tastes more like black raspberry than anything. Overall, it is a pretty good drink, and would be great as a shot as originally intended. Cheers!", "undefined", "Sour Grapes",

"Ingredients"

Sour Grapes By , May 8, 2009 Hello friends! Tonight I took a recipe that made 4 shots and just poured it over a big cube for a short drink. Combining vodka, Chambord, and sour mix, this 3-ingredient cocktail is essentially a Chambord Sour lengthened a bit with vodka. While everything is in equal parts, this drink leans on the sweeter side but is incredibly smooth. I must admit that I don't get much grape taste, and that this tastes more like black raspberry than anything. Overall, it is a pretty good drink, and would be great as a shot as originally intended. Cheers! Hello friends! Tonight I took a recipe that made 4 shots and just poured it over a big cube for a short drink. Combining vodka, Chambord, and sour mix, this 3-ingredient cocktail is essentially a Chambord Sour lengthened a bit with vodka. While everything is in equal parts, this drink leans on the sweeter side but is incredibly smooth. I must admit that I don't get much grape taste, and that this tastes more like black raspberry than anything. Overall, it is a pretty good drink, and would be great as a shot as originally intended. Cheers! Ingredients: - Vodka - Chambord Black Raspberry Liqueur Instructions: 1. Fill mixing glass with ice 2. Add vodka, Chambord, and sour mix 3. Shake 4. Strain into rocks glass over a large ice cube Spirit Forward,1990s