If you’re looking for a raspberry lemonade, the Clover Club is great, as it uses gin, raspberry syrup, lemon juice, and sugar. It also uses egg whites, but don’t let that scare you, as they are tasteless and help mellow out the lemon juice.
Enjoy this drink hanging out by the pool and keep the refills going, as this drink is easy to make with a simple shaker.
The raspberry martini combines flavors of tart and sweet with unsweetened cranberry juice, delicious raspberry syrup, lemon juice, and vodka. It’s easy to make, as all you need to do is combine everything in a shaker.
Don’t forget to garnish your red drink with fresh raspberries for more color and a fresh berry taste.
A raspberry sour cocktail is perfect for a drinking night with friends, as it uses contrasting flavors of sour and sweet to pack a delicious punch. It combines vodka, lime juice, raspberries, and simple syrup to make a beautiful pink hue.
It requires muddling the raspberries, so it’ll take a little time to make, but it’s worth it.
To create a raspberry gimlet, you’ll need raspberries, gin, simple syrup, and lime juice. The gin adds a slight herbal taste that contrasts well with the sweetness from the syrup and raspberries. The lime adds a nice little sour zip that brings everything together.
You’ll also need to muddle for this drink, so it’ll take some time to create.
Raspberry lemon drop cocktails add a little sophistication to your drink menu with three simple and bold ingredients, including vodka, raspberry syrup, and lemon juice. It’s the perfect date night or Valentine’s Day dinner drink with its deep red color and mixture of sweet and sour flavors.
Raspberry mojitos are great minty pick-me-ups to sip on during a hot day. They combine white rum, soda water, frozen raspberries, sugar, lime, and delicious fresh mint leaves. Muddling the frozen berries and mint leaves will take a little elbow grease, but the result will be a refreshingly fruity and minty purée that you’ll add to the drink.
If you’re looking for something fizzy, combine raspberry syrup, gin, lime juice, and soda water to create a bubbly raspberry gin fizz. The drink is slightly sweet with a hint of acidity from the lime juice, but the soda water rounds it all out.
This recipe calls for homemade raspberry syrup, so you’ll need to plan on some extra time to make it.
Raspberry limoncello prosecco drinks have strong citrusy and fruity flavors with the use of limoncello liquor, rose prosecco, and a deliciously sweet raspberry simple syrup. The simple syrup takes about 15 minutes to make, so plan accordingly.
Don’t forget to garnish your drinks with lemon slices, fresh mint, and raspberries for a deeper flavor profile.
If you’re looking for a way to zest up your typical brunch mimosas, try combining sparkling wine, raspberries, orange juice, and honey to create a sweet and refreshing drink. The honey is optional, and you can exclude it if you’re looking for something less sweet.
All you’ll need to make this drink is a blender and a strainer to get those crunchy seeds out!
Raspberry lychee fizz cocktails can bring in some interesting flavors, as lychee fruits tend to be reminiscent of a cross between a strawberry and a pear. The drink combines raspberries, lychees, sparkling water, and lychee syrup.
You can also choose to add in some sparkling wine if you’d like a little alcohol kick.
Raspberry sorbet bellinis are an easy cocktail to make for your party, as you’ll only need champagne, raspberry sorbet, and fresh raspberries to create six bellini flutes. You don’t even need any shakers or special tools to make them!
These drinks bring in a fruity sweetness, making them the perfect addition to any dessert selection.
Raspberry and elderflower are great flavors to use to shake up the traditional gin and tonic. Elderflower brings in fruity and floral notes, and the raspberries bring in a fruity sweetness to create an overall well-rounded drink.
This cocktail combines gin, tonic water, elderflower liqueur, simple syrup, lemon juice, and muddled raspberries. Simply shake it up and serve!
A raspberry colada is an excellent refreshment to help cool you down on a hot, humid day. They combine white rum, cream of coconut, pineapple, raspberries, coconut milk, and lime with ice and water to create a heavenly frozen tropical beverage.
The coconut and pineapple bring in your typical piña colada flavors, while the raspberry gives it a fruity zip!
Making a pitcher of raspberry vodka fizzes will be the life of the party, as they taste just like raspberry lemonade with a slight alcohol kick. The recipe combines vodka, pink lemonade, prosecco, and raspberries for a refreshing drink that’s easy to make.
Use frozen raspberries instead of fresh ones, as they’ll act like ice cubes!
Raspberry daiquiris tend to be on the citrusy side, as they use orange liqueur and lime juice. The drink also uses rum, sugar, and muddled raspberries, which help to bring in some sweetness to reduce acidity. In return, you’ll get a smooth and generally fruity cocktail that goes best with light meals and desserts.
Bourbon raspberry cocktails combine flavors of raspberry and citrus and a fizzy finish with the use of bourbon, raspberry syrup, orange juice, lemon juice, and club soda. The bourbon brings in flavors of smooth caramel and vanilla with a slight alcohol kick, which pair well with the acidity from the other ingredients. It’s also easy to make with just a shaker!
Berry patch cocktails have a bright red coloring to them with a combination of gin, elderflower liqueur, limeade, and muddled raspberries. The taste is essentially a raspberry-flavored limeade with some subtle floral notes from the elderflower.
Ensure you garnish your drink with lime wedges and fresh raspberries for added color and flavor!
The raspberry lassi cocktail is like a dessert in itself, as it uses yogurt liqueur, vodka, Gifford Crème de Framboise, and fresh raspberries. It tastes like a creamy drinkable raspberry yogurt parfait, but with alcohol in it! It’s easy to make, too, as all you need to do is shake everything in a shaker with ice, and you’re ready to sip and enjoy!
Lemonade is the perfect drink to have on a spring or summer day. Luckily, you can create a cocktail out of it by combining vodka with lemon juice and fresh raspberry syrup. Create your syrup with either fresh or frozen raspberries, and then combine everything for a refreshing berry citrus drink.
Raspberry kiss cocktails are wonderful drinks to enjoy with dessert, as they taste like fruity raspberry and pineapple creamsicles! The recipe uses raspberry and vanilla vodka, raspberry purée, and pineapple juice to create a red-hued drink that gears towards the sweeter side.
You can also coat the rim of the glass with sugar and garnish it with fresh raspberries.
Enhance your day by creating some of these raspberry cocktails to sip on with your friends or just by yourself after a long day.
Most use easily accessible ingredients and simple tools, making these tasty cocktails only minutes away from the enjoyment.
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I have always had a deep interest in the restaurant and bar industry. My restaurant experience began in 1997 at the age of 14 as a bus boy. By the time I turned 17 I was serving tables, and by 19 I was bartending/bar managing 6-7 nights a week.
In 2012, after a decade and a half of learning all facets of the industry, I opened my first restaurant/bar. In 2015, a second location followed, the latter being featured on The Food Network’s Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives.