19 Easy Raspberry Drinks (Cocktails, Tea, Lemonade and More!)
Raspberry drinks don’t always get the attention they deserve. That’s why we’ve compiled this comprehensive list of the best, to-die-for raspberry cocktails, frozen treats, mocktails, and other tasty sippable delights.
Iced Red Raspberry Leaf Tea
Let’s start off strong with this tasty and healthy raspberry leaf tea. Raspberry leaf has a ton of nutritious properties, but it is especially good for anyone born with a womb as it both limits menstrual cramps and supports a healthy pregnancy.
Raspberry Orange Smoothie
Nutritious and delicious meet again in this delectable raspberry orange smoothie. This frozen drink isn’t just full of vitamins, it’s also plentiful in proteins too.
Raspberry Vodka Lemonade
Adding booze to your raspberry lemonade is simultaneously wonderful and dangerous since the vodka blends right in. A single pitcher can keep the party going for a long time, so be sure to let your guests know to be careful.
Homemade Raspberry Lemonade
This easy to make and super healthy raspberry lemonade is the perfect summertime drink. Hearth healthy rarely tastes so good, so be sure to keep this recipe in your back pocket.
Why just mix in the alcohol when you can make it too? This raspberry liqueur is perfect to have on hand for unexpected gatherings and guests. Drinks made with it can be as simple or complicated as you prefer.
Raspberry Syrup for Drinks
Love raspberry liqueur drinks, but need to keep things strictly business and/or kid friendly? Then be sure to make heaps of this raspberry syrup to add to selzter, coffee, and anything else you desire.
Mojitos are the ideal summertime… well everytime too… cocktail. This raspberry version is perfect for people who want to sweeten up the classic cocktail.
Raspberry Moscow Mule
Remember when Moscow Mules were the latest fad? Well you can keep those good vibes going with this raspberry version of the iconic vodka and ginger beer drink.
Raspberry Gin Fizz Cocktail
Gin’s unique flavor pairs perfectly with raspberries’ tart sweetness. Simply add your favorite club soda and some mint to make your new favorite gin drink.
Move aside Rose, there’s a new fan favorite sweet wine around. You’ll love making this wine together with a friend or special someone to save for later.
Raspberry Peach Bellini
Bellini’s just got an upgrade with this raspberry recipe. Use one of the syrups or liquers on this list to make your cocktail really pop.
Raspberry Peach Lemonade
This kid-friendly peach raspberry crossover drink is just what you need for every backyard gathering. Experiment with other fruits to see what your family’s favorite raspberry combo is.
You and your loved ones will enjoy adding raspberry to your next mimosa bar. Check out our raspberry dessert list for some sorbet recipes to use instead of storebought.
Frozen Raspberry Lemonade
Frothy and fun, you’ll love how easy this frozen raspberry lemonade is to make. Add your favorite alcohol for some extra zing.
Raspberry Lime Rickey
Originally an alcoholic beverage created in Washington D.C., the lime rickey in both its cocktail and mocktail forms is a great drink to have in your arsenal of recipes. It’s seltzer base and lime accents make it a truly refreshing drink.
Raspberry Martini Cocktail
French sophistication is only a click and three ingredients away. Impress anyone and everyone with your knowledge of martinis with this informative and easy to follow recipe.
Raspberry Italian Soda
Instantly transport yourself to the Italian countryside and cities with this raspberry Italian cream soda. Check out our other recipe lists for how to make the perfect homemade heavy whipping cream and be sure to add some of the raspberry syrup already on this list.
Raspberry Moscato Sangria
Whether white, pink, or red moscato is your style, this raspberry sangria recipe is ideal for whatever social gathering you have coming up. Why not go all out and have a pink themed party just to try making all three?
Raspberry Hibiscus Latte
Hibiscus has been popping up a lot lately in drinks and desserts, and for good reasons. This refreshing twist on a raspberry latte will have you skipping the Starbucks. Better yet, try serving it in a Starbucks cup and see if your coworker or friend can tell it’s different.
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