Raspberries are combined with chocolate liqueur, half and half, and vodka for a beautiful, romantic Valentine's cocktail.
Keyword chocolate, liqueur, raspberry, valentines day
Prep Time 10 minutesminutes
Cook Time 5 minutesminutes
Total Time 15 minutesminutes
Author Creative Culinary
For the Syrup
12ozraspberries, fresh or frozenthaw if using frozen
For the Cocktail
3ozhalf and half
1ozwhite chocolate liqueur
For the Garnish
Cake Decorating Sugars in a variety of colors
To Make the Raspberry Syrup
Combine the fresh or frozen raspberries with the sugar in a medium saucepan. Simmer until the the berries break down and the sugar has dissolved. Remove from heat; strain, and refrigerate until cool.
Add the Raspberry Liqueur and stir to combine.
To Make the Cocktail
Chill the glasses in the freezer for at least 5 minutes.
Rub the edge of the glass with white chocolate liqueur. Dip into either pink, red, or white crystals or a combination of all three.
Combine the half and half, white chocolate liqueur, vodka, and raspberry syrup in a cocktail shaker filled with ice. Shake until ice cold. Pour into chilled glasses and serve.
I've made this with both White Chocolate and regular Chocolate Liqueur; both are great.You will have extra Raspberry Syrup; great on biscuits, waffle or pancakes, and ice cream.Pro Tip: When I'm shopping for ingredients like the liqueurs mentioned in this recipe; I often buy the smaller size bottles. Not airplane size; a bit larger than that. At my favorite liquor store they are all in their own section so ask customer service if they carry them. There is no need to have a large bottle of a specialty liqueur unless you know you will use it again and again.