8 CLASSIC COCKTAIL RECIPES WITH A DRUNKEN BERRY TWIST


  1. The Drunken Berries Cocktail.

A medley of all your favourite berries with a subtle spicy twist.

  • 8 piece(s) Blueberries, Blackberries and Raspberries
  • 50ml. Vodka
  • 100ml. Ginger Ale
  • 50ml. Drunken Berries Raspberry Gin Coulis 
  • 1 wedge of Lime
  • 1 Mint Sprig

Recipe: Muddle 4 blueberries, blackberries and raspberries in a highball glass or jam jar using a muddler or end of a clean rolling pin, to extract juices and flavour. Fill the glass with crushed ice. Pour 50ml Vodka and 50ml Drunken Berries Raspberry Gin Coulis into the glass. Stir the mixture until well combined. Add 100ml ginger ale, or enough to fill the glass. Garnish with a wedge of lime and mint. 

  1. Blackberry Brandy Bellini

Blackberry Brandy Coulis with Prosecco, plus a Blackberry for Garnish

  • 25ml of Blackberry Brandy Coulis
  • Champagne or Prosecco

Recipe: This classic Bellini recipe with a twist is very simple. Just put one dessert spoon of Drunken Berries Blackberry Brandy Coulis in to the bottom of a chilled flute glass. Now fill the glass slowly with Prosecco or champagne.

  1. Raspberry Gin Bellini

Raspberry Gin Coulis with Prosecco, plus a raspberry for Garnish

  • 25ml of Raspberry Gin Coulis
  • Champagne or Prosecco

Recipe: This classic Bellini recipe with a twist is very simple. Just put one dessert spoon of Drunken Berries Raspberry Gin in to the bottom of a chilled flute glass. Now fill the glass slowly with Prosecco or champagne.

  1. Raspberry Cosmopolitan
  • 35ml vodka
  • 50ml Raspberry Gin Coulis
  • 25ml Orange liqueur
  • Squeeze fresh lime juice
  • 25ml Cranberry juice
  • Twist orange peel, to garnish

Recipe: Place the Raspberry Gin Coulis, orange liqueur, lime juice and cranberry juice into a cocktail shaker and fill with ice. Shake hard and then strain into a coupe glass or small Martini glass. Garnish with the orange peel and serve.

  1. Raspberry or Blackberry Sombrero

Kahlua, Drunken Berries Raspberry or Blackberry Coulis and milk. It’s kind of like chocolate and Raspberry or Blackberry coffee with a kick.

  • 35ml Kahlua
  • 70ml Drunken Berries Raspberry Gin Coulis or Blackberry Brandy Coulis 
  • 3 parts Milk

Recipe: Pour all three ingredients into a cocktail glass and stir. Garnish with a Raspberry or Blackberry.

  1. Raspberry Daiquiris
  • 4 fresh Raspberries, plus 1 to garnish
  • 2 tsp white sugar
  • 35 ml white rum
  • 50 ml Drunken Berries Raspberry Gin Coulis
  • 25ml lime juice

Recipe: Place the Raspberries, sugar, rum, Raspberry coulis and lime juice into the base of a cocktail shaker and mash (muddle) with the end of a clean rolling pin.Place the lid onto the cocktail shaker and shake well. Strain the mixture into a Martini glass and garnish with half a strawberry.

  1. Raspberry Collins

A fruity version of the classic Tom Collins.

  • 50ml Vodka
  • 50ml Raspberry Gin Coulis 
  • 9 Raspberries
  • 25ml Lemon Juice
  • 10ml Sugar Syrup
  • 1 dash (es) Soda Water

Recipe: Muddle 8 raspberries in the base of a shaker. Fill a cocktail shaker with ice cubes. Add 50ml Vodka, 50ml Raspberry Gin Coulis, 25ml lemon juice and 10ml sugar syrup into the shaker. Shake until cold. Strain into a Collins glass filled with ice. Top up with carbonated water and place 1 raspberry on top of the drink to garnish, 

  1. Raspberry Gin Poinsettia 

Champagne meets cranberry juice with Drunken Berries Raspberry Coulis

  • Champagne
  • 25ml of Raspberry Gin Coulis
  • Dash of Cranberry juice

Recipe: Put the Raspberry Gin Coulis and Cranberry juice in a chilled champagne flute. Stir and top up with champagne or Prosecco.