The Berry Chocolate Martini is entirely clear in color. It blends blackberry schnapps with raspberry vodka and white creme de cacao, so the resulting taste is exactly what you’d think from the name.
The Riley cocktail features light rum with the flavors of orange, lemon, lime and a touch of berry. The dominant flavor is citrus, but the berry takes the tart edge off. This is a drink that’s lightly fruity, lightly sweet and lightly refreshing – not too much of anything. Nice and mild, but not lacking
The Punzone Poinsettia features the flavors of blood orange and raspberry. This is a crisp and refreshing drink, perfect for those who like just a touch of sweetness in a cocktail. The muddled fruits can be strained, but unless you used seeded fruit it’s really not necessary. This is a great choice for entertaining because
The Love Cocktail has a slightly creamy, thick texture that comes from blending raspberries and egg white with the other ingredients. The flavor here is berry with a touch of lemon. The egg white counteracts the cloying sweetness of the sloe gin somewhat, but it’s still a very sweet, fruity cocktail. It’s a terrific dessert
The Leave-It-To-Me cocktail is fruity and fabulous. A touch of lemon juice brings out the citrus notes in the gin, which are tempered by raspberry syrup and maraschino liqueur. Think of this one the next time you’re in the mood for a grown-up version of pink lemonade. It’s refreshing and tart, but a little bit
The Raspberry Blush has a liquor combination that might strike you as odd: dark rum and dry vermouth. Most people aren’t familiar with good vermouth, so it has an undeserved reputation for being gross. When it’s good, it’s basically an herbed, spiced wine that lends itself to cocktails that will emphasize either the wine flavor
The Raspberry Kamikaze cocktail gets its name from the fact that it’s six ounces of pure alcohol. If you’re looking to die happy, this could be the drink for you. Because two ounces of vodka just isn’t enough, this drink also adds two ounces of triple sec and two ounces of raspberry liqueur (the Chambord)