The Raspberry Bliss MartiniI’m starting a segment that will come out every Friday. I call it in our household TGIMF! Thank Goodness It’s Martini Friday! We’ve all had those long work weeks where a stiff drink at the end is a necessity. I want to bring you a cocktail you can depend on to be potent and taste good at the same time. Let you relax, kick back, and make work a distant memory. This luxurious martini is one of the first recipes I devised. It’s a twist on the raspberry lemon drop martini minus the lemon drop part. What I discovered was it was the luxe raspberry part I enjoyed so much and was left wanting more. This recipe could be made with other raspberry liqueurs, but I wouldn’t recommend it. I mean Chambord is The French Black Raspberry Liqueur! I wouldn’t use any other raspberry liqueur in this recipe because you’ll be disappointed. It might be a splurge, but Martini Friday is worth it! Cheers! Print
The Raspberry Bliss Martini
This luxurious Raspberry Martini is made with raspberry vodka, delicious French Chambord, Cointreau, lemon juice, sweet n sour, and fresh raspberries.
- Prep Time: 3 Minutes
- Cook Time: 0 Minutes
- Total Time: 3 Minutes
- Yield: 2 Martinis 1x
- Category: Martini
- Method: Mixology
- Cuisine: Cocktails
- 1 1/2 ounces Raspberry Vodka
- 3/4 ounce Cointreau
- 3 ounces Chambord
- 1/2 ounce Lemon Juice (I often use bottled lemon juice for convenience, but you could also use fresh squeezed)
- 1/2 ounce Sweet n Sour
- Fresh raspberries for garnish (I love fresh fruit soaked in alcohol. One of the finer things in life!) and sugar rimmed martini glass.
Combine the Raspberry Vodka, Cointreau, Chambord, Lemon Juice, and Sweet n Sour in a mixing tin. Add ice to mixing tin. Shake for 30 seconds until the tin is cold. Rim a martini glass with sugar. Strain into a chilled sugar rimmed martini glass. Garnish with fresh raspberries. Cheers!
These martini’s are potent. For most people this recipe will make 2 drinks. On my Martini Friday’s with my huge martini glass this is one martini for me! Hopefully no judgement. If this martini is too potent you can always cut the recipe in half again. Please enjoy these drinks responsibly. Please only forward this recipe on to people who are 21 and older.
Keywords: Raspberry Martini, Martini, Martinis, Cocktails, Chambord