Creamy, rich chocolate flavor with a raspberry twist for the best sweet ‘n strong chocolate raspberry martini to kick off your special occasion.
The Very Best (and Strongest) Chocolate Raspberry Martini
A boozy, drinkable dessert with chocolate raspberry flavor and this classy presentation? Gimmee! Today, I’m sharing the very best chocolate raspberry martini—it’s made with just a few ingredients, no fuss, and plenty of boozy delight. Ready to shake, sip and enjoy? Let’s shake this!
All You Need to Make a Chocolate Raspberry Martini
Think making a chocolate raspberry martini is complicated? Think again, folks! You know me, the simpler and easier the recipe, the better. The same goes for this 4 ingredient chocolate raspberry martini—it’s simple, it’s easy, and it’s delicious.
- Raspberry vodka – one of the funnest cocktail ingredients, and the easiest way to incorporate raspberry flavor into your martini!
- Dark crème de cacao or chocolate liqueur
- Cream or half and half – I actually ended up using vegan coffee creamer to make this guy and it turned out splendidly. Try whatever cream or half and half you have on hand and see how you like the taste.
- Tia Maria or Coffee Liqueur
- Chocolate syrup – you can skip this component, but I highly recommend it for a show stopper martini. There’s something special about a chocolate syrup-rimmed martini glass that makes it pop.
- Pearl-topped skewer – the beautiful final touch to your martini. These skewers take a common occasion to a special one. Once you skewer a few fresh raspberries in, you’re gold. 😉
How to Make a Chocolate Raspberry Martini
Rim the Glass
One of the coolest components of a chocolate raspberry martini–the accoutrements. Take your chocolate martini to the next level by dipping the rim of your martini glass into a plate filled with chocolate syrup. Twist and turn to gently coat the rim.
Add the Ingredients
Now, add the raspberry vodka, crème de cacao, cream and coffee liqueur into a cocktail shaker filled with ice. Here’s the cocktail shaker set I use.
Shake the Martini
Close the shaker and shake until condensation forms along the outside of your shaker. This tells you that the martini is ready.
Strain into the chocolate syrup-rimmed martini glass.
Top and Serve
Top with a raspberry skewer. Sip and enjoy.
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Creamy and rich chocolate flavor with a raspberry twist for the best sweet ‘n strong chocolate raspberry martini to kick off your special occasion.
For rimming the glass
- chocolate syrup
Chocolate Raspberry Martini
- 1 oz raspberry vodka
- 1.5 oz dark crème de cacao or chocolate liqueur
- 1 oz cream or half and half
- .5 oz Tia Maria or coffee liqueur
For rimming the Glass:
- Pour chocolate syrup onto a small, flat plate that’s large enough to hold the entire rim of your martini glass.
- Holding the martini glass by the stem, turn the glass upside down and gently dip the rim into the chocolate syrup. Twist the rim of the glass through the chocolate syrup, evenly coating it. Set aside while you make the chocolate raspberry martini.
To Make the Chocolate Raspberry Martini:
- Add raspberry vodka, crème de cacao, cream, and coffee liqueur into a cocktail shaker filled with ice.
- Shake until very well mixed and chilled.
- Strain into martini glass.
- Top with raspberry skewer. Sip and Enjoy!
- Prep Time: 5 minutes
- Cook Time: 0 minutes
- Category: Drinks, Cocktails
- Method: Shake
- Cuisine: American
Keywords: chocolate raspberry martini
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