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Old 03-01-2008, 11:20 AM   #1
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ISO raspberry martini recipe

Does anyone know of a good raspberry martini recipe? What is a good raspberry liquor? Would I be better of using regular vodka with a raspberry liquor or should I buy the raspberry flavored vodka?

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For raspberry liquor I use DeKypur Razzmatazz. I throw a shot of vodka, a shot of Razzmatazz and a shot of cran-raspberry juice into a shaker. It tastes a little too good to be drinking without a plan.

Here's a coctail recipe site that probably lots more
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Old 03-01-2008, 02:13 PM   #3
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I have made a sugar free version with some crystal light and diet ginger ale. Turned out well.

How about a red-colored sugar rim and some frozen raspberries in the glass?
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Old 03-01-2008, 02:32 PM   #4
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I have made a sugar free version with some crystal light and diet ginger ale. Turned out well.

How about a red-colored sugar rim and some frozen raspberries in the glass?
The one raspberry martini I have tasted was from Bonefish Grill - they served it with a skewer of raspberries (in the same manner that olives would be for a real martini). It was much too tasty.
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Old 03-01-2008, 02:41 PM   #5
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The one raspberry martini I have tasted was from Bonefish Grill - they served it with a skewer of raspberries (in the same manner that olives would be for a real martini). It was much too tasty.
I actually have the Bonefish Grill recipe!! I am not big on martinis but this one was unbelievable!!! 1.25oz stoli raz, .75oz razmatazz, .5oz sprite, .5oz sour mix and a skewer of rasberries and you're good to go!! Enjoy!!!
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Does anyone know of a good raspberry martini recipe? What is a good raspberry liquor? Would I be better of using regular vodka with a raspberry liquor or should I buy the raspberry flavored vodka?

i would just use rasberry flavored vodka with a few fresh rasberry as garnish

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Old 03-03-2008, 12:45 PM   #7
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There are plenty of ways to make a raspberry martini..

Basic Raspberry Martini
3 parts Citrus Vodka or Raspberry Vodka
1 Part Chambord

or
Sour Raspberry Martini
2 parts citrus vodka
1 part chambord
1 part sweet and sour mix

or
White Chocolate Raspberry Martini
2 parts vanilla vodka
1 part chambord
1 part cream
drizzle inside of glass with chocolate

or
Raspberry Champagne Martini
2 parts citrus vodka
1 part chambord
1 part champagne
lemon twist

or
French Martini
2 parts citrus vodka
1 part pineapple juice
1 part chambord
lemon twist

or
Chocolate Raspberry Martini
1 part chocolate (or plain) vodka
1 part Chambord
1 part Godiva Choclate liquor
splash of chocolate syrup
splash of cream (optional)
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