- Dish type
- Champagne cocktails
A variation of kir royal which is equally delicious.
3 people made this
IngredientsMakes: 1 cocktail
- 2 to 4 raspberries
- 1 teaspoon raspberry liqueur
- 1 glass champagne
MethodPrep:2min ›Ready in:2min
- Place the raspberries at the bottom of a champagne flute. Top with the raspberry liqueur, then fill the flute with champagne.
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Cocktail: Raspberry Champagne Cocktail
This post is written in partnership with Freixenet Cordon Negro Brut. All recipes, stories and opinions are my own.
Ohh, y’all. This is a really great cocktail. And I’m super excited to be sharing it with you. One of my co-workers was mentioning that she really loved a good French Martini. She described the ingredients to me which were champagne, vodka, chambord and pineapple juice. It sounded so good that I decided to make my own version. Instead of using chambord, I decided to make my own Raspberry Simple Syrup. And it was delish!! Check out my Raspberry Champagne Cocktail recipe below!
1 jigger of Vodka
1 jigger of Pineapple Juice
1/2 jigger of Homemade Raspberry Simple Syrup*
Freixenet Cordon Negro Brut Champagne, chilled
In a cocktail shaker with ice, add the vodka, raspberry simple syrup and pineapple juice. Shake to combine. Pour into a champagne flute or martini glass. Top off with chilled champagne.
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Looks amazing. I might have to replace the pineapple juice with something else (lemon?), but I definitely want to try this.
Pour me one, girlfriend! I’ll be right over…
THIS looks delish!! Thanks for sharing at the Frugal Crafty Home Blog Hop!
this sounds like the absolute best brunch cocktail, and I LOVE the color
I love a good champagne cocktail and this sounds so good with the addition of the homemade raspberry simple syrup! Plus the color alone is gorgeous! I love the addition of the homemade raspberry simple syrup! We’re currently hosting a monthly cocktail link-up, so we’d love to have you stop by and share this great recipe!
OOoo. Another great cocktail!! This looks yummy! Pineapple has been calling my name lately and this would be perfect! Thanks for the recipe! If you’d like to link up with me, Thursty Thursday is going on now! hopelesslyeverafter.blogspot.com
This looks delicious and I could really use one right now! Anything with champagne is good in my book.
Would you mind if I shared a text link to this on tomorrow (I link things I like each Friday)?
I stopped by from Whimsy Wednesday.
Hi there! Visiting from the Inspiration^2 link party. This looks so yummy and I love that gorgeous color! Thanks so much for sharing!
I love raspberry. Thanks for sharing on Weekend Bites
I am all over this one! The raspberry simple syrup is a great sub, Chambord can be a bit pricey. Thanks for the recipe!
These sound wonderful for Mother’s Day! Thanks for sharing on To Grandma’s House We Go!
Yum, this looks so refreshing! Thanks for sharing with us over at Fiesta Friday this week!
Oh, this just sounds like summer in a glass!!
Thank you for sharing this recipe at Create, Bake, Grow & Gather this week. I’m delighted to be featuring it at tomorrow’s party and pinning too.
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Cocktails make the world go round… so why not serve something a little extra special at your bridal shower, wedding or holiday party! This tastebud tantalizing champagne cocktail is just the thing you need to embellish your wedding toast… or maybe just your afternoon…
To me – it’s all about the color. I encourage all my brides to serve a ‘signature drink’ at their receptions and/or other bridal events. One that matches their party either in theme or in color.
This cocktail is very easy to make as you can see from the ingredients and it’s also very easy to drink! One of the things you need to keep in mind when serving a ‘Signature Drink’ at any wedding event, is how easy it will be to produce – over and over. Also, it shouldn’t be too strong – we don’t want your guests to be trashed before the cake cutting!
Adding a few fresh raspberries and a heaping tablespoon of Raspberry Liqueur like Chambord will make your next champagne toast the talk of the town… cheers!
dry sparkling wine
1 tablespoon raspberry liqueur
photography: Studio Eleven Photography // cocktail recipe: Jen | Something Turquoise
Sparkling Berry Champagne Cocktail
This pretty champagne cocktail is my go-to drink for holiday parties or girlie celebrations with its gorgeous pinkish red color. Made with homemade raspberry simple syrup, your favorite champagne or sparkling wine, and garnished with berries, this drink is sure to be a crowd-pleaser.
It’s also an easy drink where many steps can be prepared in advance. The simple syrup can be made a few days before the party and I also like to prep the glasses ahead of time with the vodka raspberry mix at the bottom of the champagne flutes.
Then when you’re ready to serve top the glasses with champagne and add fresh berries, mint leaves, and fun paper straws. This way the champagne will stay bubbly and the garnish will stay fresh.
HOW TO MAKE THIS SPARKLING BERRY CHAMPAGNE COCKTAIL
To make this sparkling champagne cocktail you need champagne flutes or other glasses (these pretty no-break stemless flutes are on my wishlist). You also need fresh AND frozen berries to make this drink.
The frozen berries are for the simple syrup, the frozen ones are harvested when they’re perfectly ripe and have more flavor. I make my simple syrup the day before so it can cool down completely in the fridge and I have one step less to do on the day of the party.
To assemble the drinks, mix vodka and raspberry simple syrup together, then distribute it between the glasses and top with champagne. This way the champagne doesn’t get flat and stays fizzy. Make sure that all your ingredients are really cold so that the drinks stay chilled longer and you don’t need to dilute the flavor of the champagne with melted ice cubes.
SOME MORE RECIPES YOU’LL ENJOY!
I have a lot of recipes to choose from if you want to take a look at my recipe index, but here are a few of my recent recipes.
This fruity Tropical White Wine Sangria is super refreshing and comes together in minutes. Perfect for summer parties! If you’re looking for an impressive cake you need have a look at this Naked Strawberry Layer Cake or this No Bake Strawberry Cheesecake.
And if you’re more in the mood for cupcakes these Raspberry Lemon Curd Cupcakes are not only super pretty but also super delicious.
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Limoncello Raspberry Prosecco Cooler
It’s Friday. Let’s wiiiiine down a little bit, shall we?
Nope, not in this house. Fridays are all about tossin’ out my to-do list, lettin’ my hair down (at least for me – sorry, hubby!), and pouring an icy cold glass full of my favorite cocktail.
Prosecco, I love you. You + me = forevah.
Our love affair began shortly before my wedding, when my mother-in-law introduced me to the fabulous, fizzy drink. We wanted something to serve other than champagne (never been a big fan), in walked Prosecco, and we’ve been inseparable ever since. After all, champagne is way too classy to be followed by the big, bubbly burp it leaves in your throat. One minute you’re sipping away and feeling all fancy, then the next you feel bloated and “full”… Or maybe it’s just that I’ve only ever drank cheap champagne. Yep, that’s probably it.
Anyway, it’s a problem to which I’ve found my forever solution – Prosecco! It’s an Italian dry sparkling white wine every bit as crisp and refreshing as champagne. My favorite is Ruffino, a delicate and extra-dry variety with hints of apple, peach and citrus. Perfection in a glass, even just by itself! But it happens to make a knockout of a summer cocktail served with a splash of limoncello and fresh berries, too…
A few fun tips – To keep your cocktail cold, freeze your berries 10 minutes before serving for berry “ice cubes”! If raspberries aren’t your thing, go for strawberries, blackberries, blueberries, or cranberries for a holiday season spin. You can even muddle the berries in the bottom of the glasses to really bring out their flavors and colors!
For an end-of-summer sip, it doesn’t get any better than this cool, refreshing cocktail with fragrant fresh mint. If you like your drinks sweeter, add more limoncello – a thick, lemony vodka syrup – or if you like ‘em dry like me, just a little does the job. Here’s my easy all-natural recipe for homemade limoncello… we enjoy it in many cocktails year-round, and it makes a great gift.
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Rosemary Greyhound Cocktail Grapefruit vodka, grapefruit juice, lime juice, and rosemary simple syrup are shaken together, poured over ice and then garnished with fresh rosemary and grapefruit to create this bright and flavorful drink.
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Raspberry Peach Champagne Cocktail – A Mother’s Day Cocktail
Peach vodka, fresh raspberry syrup and champagne are combined to make this gorgeous Mother’s Day Raspberry Peach Champagne Cocktail. Sweet, bubbly and full of fresh, fruity flavours, this is the perfect cocktail to serve at a Mother’s Day brunch or any special occasion. Don’t have peach vodka to hand? No problem, I have an easy substitute for you! So raise a glass and let’s call a toast the wonderful Mother figures in our lives.
When I asked my mum what she wanted me to make for Mother’s Day her first answer was shortbread (I’ll be sharing how I obliged with that request very soon) and the second was a cocktail. As my chief taste tester, she’s always very happy when I put mixologist hat on – I mean, who doesn’t love testing new cocktail creations? For her Mother’s Day cocktail I knew I wanted some bright, spring flavours and colours, along with some bubbly – because what’s a celebration without bubbly? Our usual go-to bubbly is Prosecco, because it’s delicious and you don’t have to spend a fortune to get a decent bottle. I went with champagne for this Mother’s Day Raspberry Peach Champagne Cocktail however, because I wanted it to be extra special. However, if like me, your champagne tastes are pretty pricey, you can always substitute with Cava – Champagne’s Spanish cousin, you can get a nice tasting bottle (in my humble, non-sommelier, opinion) for much cheaper than a bottle of champers!
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I wanted to keep this Raspberry Peach Champagne Cocktail relatively simple, but with lots of flavour. It’s flavoured with a really easy raspberry simple syrup (honestly, if you’ve never made your own simple syrup before you’re gonna love how quick and simple it is to do), with added peach bitters. I bought a set of bitters recently, and I have been having so much fun playing with them. If you’re not the kind of person who keeps peach bitters hanging around, it’s okay, you can get the peach flavour with fresh peach juice, it’s all good. However, if you love a bit of cocktail mixing and love playing with new flavours, I cannot recommend stocking up on a set of bitters – these are the ones I recently bought <affiliate link>. They seem pricey for the amount you get I know, but since you only need a couple dashes to infuse flavour they last a very long time! And they’re not just for cocktails, you can add some to soda water for a flavourful drink without mass amounts of sugar, they’re great to add to baking and cooking too. And no, this is not a sponsored post for bitters, I just like them a lot! Moving on…
The peach flavour also comes from the peach vodka. My younger sister bought me a bottle of locally homemade peach vodka for Christmas and I’ve been waiting for inspiration to strike for how to use it, and here it is! I love infused vodkas because it’s a more subtle flavour, with a lot of depth to it. Again, I want everybody to be able to make this amazing Raspberry Peach Champagne Cocktail, so if you don’t have access to peach vodka don’t fret, I’ll be putting a little note in the recipe for a substitute. You can also make your own peach vodka really easily, just slice up peaches (enough to pack the size of jar you’re using) and fill up with vodka, leave to steep for a week and then strain. Easy and delicious!
Orange and Raspberry Cupcakes with Prosecco Frosting
For those of us in the UK, Mother’s Day will be with us in a couple of weeks (don’t panic America, you guys have until May). When creating recipes for the blog I always keep you guys in mind and think about what you might like to see. But when it comes to Mother’s Day, it’s all about what my mum likes and would want. Last year I made Orange Raspberry Cupcakes with Prosecco Buttercream Frosting because she always loves my cupcakes and she loves a drop of Prosecco. This year, as I said, she requested shortbread and a cocktail. She loved them both and I will be re-making them both on the actual day for her (and sharing the shortbread recipe with you ASAP). So, on that basis alone, my Mother’s Day recipes have been a big success.
Of course, I do hope that the love and thought I put into this Raspberry Peach Champagne Cocktail (and the forthcoming shortbread) resonates with you and you love making and drinking it as much as we did! After all, while it was created especially with my mum in mind, I think this special Champagne Cocktail has such a wonderful flavour and looks so beautiful, you don’t need to my mum to really fall in love with it. I also hope that it will be very well received and loved if you decide to make it for the special Mother figure in your life.
What I love about this lovely Champagne Cocktail is it’s pretty versatile. While it was created with Mother’s Day in mind, it will be wonderful to serve and enjoy at any special occasion or gathering. The fruity bubbles make it the perfect brunch cocktail, but equally it will go down great as a pre-dinner cocktail or a catch up with the girls. The recipe is so simple, meaning it’s easy to whip up as many as you need or want. 1 bottle of champagne makes four generous sized cocktails, so it’s easy to plan your supplies shopping list. The Raspberry Simple Syrup recipe makes approximately 1.25 cups (300ml), and while you can easily scale it down to make less syrup I totally recommend making the full batch (you’ll use 3/4 cup (180ml) for the cocktails). It’s not only great for cocktails, this Champagne Cocktail and others, it has so many other yummy uses too – you can flavour soda water with it, sweeten iced tea with it, pour it over pancakes or waffles, glaze cakes with it, drizzle it over ice cream, the possibilities are almost endless! It keeps in the fridge for two weeks too, so you have plenty of time to use it up!
Raspberry Champagne Float
Hello, my friends! How was your Christmas? Ours was packed with toys, candy, kite flying, and Chinese food. We are one lucky family over here! With New Year’s being less than a week away, I felt compelled to bring you a champagne cocktail today. In fact, I think it might be breaking some sort of cocktail blogger code to do otherwise. Since I’m a good, law-abiding citizen, I bring you this Raspberry Champagne Float! This drink is pretty, no? It’s easy too and good, good, GOOD! Why toast the New Year with a plain old glass of bubbly when you could have this magenta beauty in hand? I would certainly want to kiss whoever handed me this champagne cocktail. Cheers, and Happy (almost) New Year!
The amount of fruit liqueur you use - in this case raspberry - is a little down to your taste. Traditionally, it would have been a relatively significant proportion of the drink (possibly &frac13) but these days, most find that too sweet.
The International Bartender Association's recipe for a Kir uses one part creme de cassis to nine parts wine. The proportions, it implies, are the same when using champagne. In France, you would probably find a larger proportion used, though still not as much as in the past.
Since raspberry liqueur tends to be on the sweeter side rather than sweet-tart, I have kept pretty close to the IBA proportions. It's enough to get the benefit of the flavor and color without taking over and being sickly-sweet. But you can definitely adjust to taste, and liqueurs vary too.
A Kir Imperial is a wonderfully easy, bright and bubbly cocktail. This raspberry champagne cocktail is that little more interesting than a plain glass of bubbly, and has a lovely gently fruity flavor. Perfect for a special occasion, or just because.