Raspberry Martini

Raspberry Martini
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Cocktails have long been celebrated for their ability to combine flavors, and balanced ingredients, and create a sensory experience like no other. This sophisticated cocktail artfully merges the acidic sweetness that comes from the raspberries with the tart flavor of cranberries and the crispness of the vodka.

The Raspberry Martini offers a unique and captivating drinking experience that pays homage to the classic Martini while embracing a contemporary twist. The presentation is visually striking, with the drink’s deep red hue and garnish of fresh raspberries making a bold statement. As one raises the glass to their lips and drinks the first sip, this cocktail reveals a medley of flavors, where the tartness of the raspberries and lemon juice mingles with the smoothness of the vodka, while the raspberry syrup adds an extra layer of sweetness. With each sip, the Raspberry Martini evolves on the palate, offering a delightful interplay of fruity notes that linger long after the glass is empty.

Raspberry Martini Recipe

  1. 60 ml Vodka

  2. 30 ml Cranberry Juice

  3. 15 ml Fresh Lemon Juice

  4. 22.5 ml Raspberry Syrup

  5. Ice

  6. Garnish: Fresh Raspberries

raspberry martini recipe

How to Make Raspberry Martini

  1. Fill a cocktail shaker with ice, and add the vodka, cranberry juice, fresh lemon juice, and raspberry syrup.

  2. Shake for 10 seconds, until chilled.

  3. Strain the cocktail with a Hawthorne strainer into a martini glass.

  4. Garnish with fresh Raspberries.

How to make a Homemade Raspberry Syrup for this cocktail

In our opinion, it is best to make raspberry syrup at home. This way the flavors of the cocktail will be deeper.

  1. Add 1 cup of sugar and half a cup of water in a saucepan over low-medium heat. Cook for about 1-3 minutes until the sugar is dissolving.

  2. Add half a cup of fresh raspberries and cook for about 5 minutes. (if the mixture starts to boil then turn the heat to low).

  3. When it’s in good consistency, strain it into a container using a fine mesh and cool.

  • Homemade Raspberry Syrup can be stored in the fridge for up to 3 weeks.