This Raspberry Cooler is a simple and refreshing cocktail. A mix of lemon soda, raspberry vodka, and raspberry liqueur, its best served over ice. You'll want to drink this all summer long.
I've been transferred at work and the whole world has gone insane. Stress is pouring off me in waves. Don't get too close, or my insanity might splash onto you. I don't want you to catch my crazy. Unless, of course, you're going to bring me a cocktail, then you can sit right next to me, and we'll be best friends.
This Raspberry Cooler is sweet and tart. Watch out because you won't realize you're drinking alcohol. You will probably have a big smile on your face, though, and that can never be bad.
Don't forget that if you don't want to pay ridiculous prices for a bottle of raspberry vodka, it's perfectly easy to make your own if you have a little patience. All you need is a clean jar, some vodka, some raspberries, and two weeks. Just let the raspberries steep in the vodka, then strain it into another clean jar. Voila. Raspberry vodka for half the price. Use frozen berries in the off season for an even cheaper option.
The world has gone utterly mad, so there's no better reason to put your feet up and enjoy a lovely pink cocktail in the comfort of your own home on a Tuesday night. Raspberry Coolers are the wave of the future, my friends. Let's do it.Print
A Raspberry Cooler is the perfect sweet, tart cocktail to erase the insanity of the work week.
- Prep Time: 5
- Total Time: 5
- Yield: 1 drink 1x
- Category: Cocktail
- Method: Mixed
- 1 ounce Chambord
- 1 ounce raspberry vodka
- ½ can of San Pellegrino limonata
- Add plenty of ice to your cocktail glass, then pour over the Chambord and raspberry vodka. Top it up with San Pellegrino, and give it a gentle stir. If you're feeling fancy, add some frozen berries to garnish, or just get straight to drinking.
Looking for more simple summer drinks? Try this Cloudy Cider Cup.