Updated: May 9
Raspberries and chocolate. It’s one of my favorite flavor combos. But, of course, another favorite is a good martini, so it’s no surprise that I love this Chocolate Raspberry Martini recipe!
Are you craving a rich and decadent cocktail you can make at home in minutes? Look no further than the Chocolate Raspberry Martini – a decadent blend of chocolate liqueur, creme de cacao, vodka, and Chambord. In this blog post, we’ll share all the steps you need to make this delicious cocktail and give you plenty of tips for customizing it to make it your own.
Whether you’re hosting a weekend happy hour or just looking for a unique after-dinner treat, the Chocolate Raspberry Martini is a great option. With the right ingredients and just a few minutes, you can enjoy this delicious cocktail any day of the week.
Chocolate Liqueur: I used Milk Chocolate Godiva Liqueur. This liqueur will give a martini a rich and creamy chocolate flavor.
Crème de Cacao: I used Gionelli Crème de Cacao. It's one of my favorite chocolate liqueurs.
Vodka: For this recipe, I used two types of vodka Von Gogh Dutch Chocolate and Stoli Vanilla it has a rich chocolate and vanilla flavor
Chambord: It has a refreshing and divine raspberry flavor.
Here are some expert tips and tricks for serving the perfect Martini:
1. Chill the glass in the freezer before serving to keep the drink colder for longer.
2. Use crushed ice to make the drink foamier.
3. Be sure to shake the shaker vigorously to ensure all ingredients are fully incorporated and create a nice foam when poured.
Recipe Variations and Ingredient Substitutions
Make Raspberry White Chocolate Martini: Use White Godiva Chocolate Liqueur instead of Milk Chocolate Godiva Liqueur.
Make Raspberry Espresso Martini: Use Baileys Espresso instead of the Milk Chocolate Godiva Liqueur.
Use different garnishes: I kept it simple and added a few chocolate pieces and raspberries to the cocktail pick. You can rim the glass with melted chocolate or any chocolate syrup. Drizzle some chocolate syrup into a chilled glass before pouring the drink.
2 oz. Godiva Chocolate Liqueur
1 oz. Crème de cacao
1 oz. Vanilla Vodka
1 oz. Dutch Chocolate Vodka
1 oz. Chambord
Put the glasses in the freezer for 5 minutes.
Fill the cocktail shaker halfway with crushed ice.
Add all the liqueur, and Vodkas
Shake vigorously for 5-10 seconds.
Pour into a chilled glass using a cocktail strainer. Serve immediately and enjoy!
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