Make a fruity raspberry martini with chambord and gin in just five minutes! This easy berry gin cocktail is beautiful, tasty, and low-key romantic.
And if you enjoy raspberry cocktail drinks, you'll love my Chambord and Whiskey Champagne Cocktail!
Why You'll Love this Recipe
Quick and Easy - You only need five minutes and five ingredients to make this raspberry gin drink.
Festive Color - Serve this raspberry kiss cocktail for Valentine's Day or make a raspberry holiday cocktail for Christmas or other red or pink occasions. Great for girls night and showers, too!
Sophisticated Raspberry Flavor - Muddled fresh raspberries and a splash of chambord really elevate this cocktail.
We love flavored martinis around here so after you make this raspberry liqueur martini, get into my mandarin orange martini and the blood orange gin martini, too. The most popular Dash of Jazz martini is the matchatini made with gin, amaretto, and ceremonial grade matcha!
What You'll Need for this Recipe
Fresh Raspberries are best in this raspberry liqueur martini recipe for their juicy sweet and tart flavor but you can use frozen raspberries if needed.
Chambord is a black raspberry liqueur with smooth notes of berries and vanilla that take this drink over the top. I don't recommend using another other liqueurs like triple sec or cointreau.
Check out the recipe card below for full ingredients list, measurements, nutrition facts, and step-by-step instructions!
Substitutions & Variations
Gin or Vodka - I like my raspberry martini with gin but you can use vodka if you prefer.
Berries - Try this gin martini with strawberries, blackberries or other berries of your choosing!
Citrus - I use lime here but you can substitute with lemon or even sour orange, if needed.
Raspberry Drop Martini Shot - Make the cocktail per recipe instructions then divide between three shot glasses for a fun drink with friends.
How to Make a Martini with Raspberries
Step One: Place a coupe glass or French martini glass in the fridge or freezer to chill.
Step Two: Muddle raspberries to express their juices and form a raspberry puree.
Pro Tip: If you don't have a muddler handy, use the blunt end of a kitchen spoon. Just be sure to wash it quickly afterward to prevent staining from the berry juices.
Step Three: Shake raspberry puree and other ingredients over ice until combined and chilled to the touch.
Step Four: Strain the mixture into chilled glass.
Pro Tip: Don't have a jigger to measure the liquid ingredients? A standard shot glass is about the same volume as the large side of the jigger and a great substitute.
Step Five: Garnish with fresh raspberries and enjoy responsibly!
If you like putting fun twists on classic cocktails, try the pickle juice martini. It's the best dirty martini I've ever tasted and I stand on it. And everyone loves my white Hennessy daiquiri with pineapple!
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes and the raspberry chambord martini is a great freezer door cocktail. Mix and store in the fridge or freezer and give it a good shake or stir before serving. Also, hold off on the garnish until it's time to serve.
Combine 1 ¼ cup gin, four ounces raspberry puree, four ounces of Chambord, and three ounces lime juice then shake or stir over ice. This pitcher berry martini recipe makes up to four servings. Feel free to adjust the settings in my recipe card below to multiply by the number of servings need!
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Raspberry Martini with Chambord
- 1 coupe glass
- 1 Cocktail Shaker
- 1 muddler or kitchen spoon
- 1 jigger or shot glass
- 6 raspberries
- 2 ½ ounces gin or vodka
- 1 ounce Chambord Raspberry Liqueur
- ¾ ounce lime juice
- Place a coupe glass in the refrigerator or freezer to chill.
- Add raspberries to cocktail shaker and muddle to form a puree (press down on the berries with the muddler and turn then repeat about 10 times).
- Add ice to fill the cocktail shaker about halfway, followed by gin, Chambord, and lime juice.
- Cover cocktail shaker and shake vigorously until thoroughly mixed and chilled to touch (about eight seconds).
- Strain cocktail into chilled glass. Garnish with fresh raspberries and enjoy responsibly!