When a fruity craving strikes, there’s nothing like these refreshing, easy, and delicious raspberry vodka drinks and cocktails on a hot summer’s day.
Whether you use fresh raspberries, vodka infusions, or sweet, tart juice, you’ll love these berry-licious cocktails.
Raspberries are sweet, tart, bright, fruity, and oh-so-tasty in cocktails.
Vodka is the perfect pairing because the neutral flavor doesn’t overpower the berry.
That said, some of these raspberry vodka drinks feature bold flavors, like zippy lemonade and creamy chocolate liqueur.
Whatever you’re in the mood for, I know you’ll find a drink here to love.
17 Easy Raspberry Vodka Drinks Recipes and Cocktails
Try this flirty twist on the classic Moscow mule, and you’ll fall in love at first sip.
Featuring lime juice, ginger beer, vodka, and fresh raspberries, it’s fun, fruity, and super flavorful.
Spicy ginger beer compliments the sweet-tart raspberries perfectly. So grab your favorite copper mug and mix up this tasty drink.
The next time a heat wave hits, make this raspberry vodka lemonade. It’s super refreshing and deliciously fruity, not to mention cool and crisp.
Fresh raspberry and lemon juices combined with vodka lift this childhood treat to new, boozy heights.
And it looks pretty fabulous, to boot.
Raspberry martinis are a lovely way to impress your guests. They’re also fantastic for date night with that gorgeous pink hue.
Raspberry vodka brings a ton of berry flavor, and the additional fresh raspberries ensure every sip is fragrant and irresistible.
Add some simple syrup, balance it out with a bit of lime juice, and boom! You’ve got one helluva sweet cocktail for Valentine’s Day.
Raspberry and vodka mojitos are light, fresh, easy to sip, and perfect for any summer bash.
This crisp cocktail starts with muddled raspberries and limes. Once they’re nice and juicy, throw in some mint leaves and bash a few times to release the oils.
Between the mint and the fruit, this drink is so invigorating and delicious. And the berries give it a hit of sweetness you don’t get with the OG recipe.
Many of these recipes call for raspberries and vodka, and many call for raspberry vodka.
But which is best?
Well, I think you’re better off with fresh fruit in a drink like this. It’ll give you the most fruity flavor to go along with those bubbles.
That said, if you can find raspberry vodka, it’ll be such a simple shortcut for all of these cocktails.
I suggest finding one you like and experimenting with flavors – starting with this straightforward vodka soda!
Need an easy-to-make and super impressive summer drink? Try this raspberry lime vodka cocktail recipe.
Calling for just a few ingredients, it’s ideal for Friday nights.
Raspberry vodka is optional but adds more of that tasty berry flavor. You could also go for citrus vodka if you like.
I love the beautiful color of this drink. But I especially love the two-tone effect you get when you pour the soda over the top.
These blue raspberry vodka cocktails are light, fruity, and just what the doctor ordered after a long day at work.
You’ll need blue raspberry vodka, berry lemonade, and…that’s it!
Garnish with sour gummies, and your friends and family will go nuts! From the color to the flavor, they’re pretty impressive.
If sangria is more your style, this raspberry lemonade sangria will be a huge hit.
Frozen raspberry lemonade is the base, to which you’ll add vodka and white wine.
I use raspberry or strawberry vodka and rosé wine because it’s nice and sweet.
Finally, lemon-lime soda brings some bubbles, and it’s not complete without fresh raspberries in the glass!
I don’t know about you, but I could eat Nutella straight out of the tub with a spoon.
So when I tell you I ran to make this drink, I’m not kidding!
Creamy, rich, nutty, and sweet, this dessert cocktail is everything you want it to be and more.
A typical Cosmo requires cranberry juice, vodka, orange liqueur, and lime juice. It’s got a lovely pink color and quite a tart taste.
As you can see, this version is extra pink! So it’s ideal for ladies’ nights or bridal showers.
You’ll need raspberry juice to ensure it’s vibrant. And though the recipe calls for plain vodka, I think it’s best with raspberry vodka.
Of course, some people prefer their drinks with a bit of tartness, which is where this lemon drop martini comes in!
Adding raspberries to this fruity classic is a tasty twist I know you’ll love. It balances the sweet and sour flavors just right.
Make it for parties or any time you’re craving a sweet, boozy pick-me-up.
When the heat is especially harsh, nothing is more refreshing than an alcoholic slushy!
And this raspberry lemonade vodka slush is my all-time fave.
Tart lemons and juicy raspberries make a spectacular smoothie. And believe it or not, you’ll even throw in bananas for sweetness and to ensure it’s creamy.
Without the vodka, it’s a lovely morning smoothie!
With the vodka, though, it’s icy, thick, and to die for.
We’ve had lemon, and we’ve had all raspberry, so now it’s time for a sweet vanilla and raspberry martini.
The secret to this one is vanilla vodka, which makes every sip luxurious and wonderfully creamy.
The contrasting raspberry is deliciously fruity and bursting with flavor.
In the mood for something indulgent? How about this chocolate and raspberry martini?
The chocolate flavor is incredible, and raspberry is a fun twist. One sip, and you’ll fall in love.
Chocolate and raspberry liqueurs give you flavor and boozy warmth, while the cream gives it richness.
If you’re craving dessert and a drink, you have to make this chocolate raspberry martini.
Most of the recipes on this list are light, bright, and ideal for summer.
But if you want something for the holiday, I’ve got you covered there, too, with this gorgeous vodka and Champagne cocktail.
Between the fresh fruit and orange liqueur, it’s ruby red and smells like Christmas.
Go for raspberry vodka, and be sure the bubbly is chilled.
Serve in flutes with pomegranate arils and fresh berries.
I’m a huge fan of cocktails with egg whites because they just look so stunning. That foam on the colorful drink is too inviting to pass up.
And as you can see from the title, this one packs quite a zippy punch!
It starts with a sweet and sour raspberry thyme shrub – aka, a drinking vinegar. It’s zesty, sharp, and super unique.
Once you have that ready, you’ll need limoncello, vodka, and fresh raspberries.
I may have saved the best for last with this vodka-heavy summer punch.
Like all my favorite punch recipes, it’s brimming with giant scoops of raspberry sorbet.
Fruity raspberry and lime mingle with cool mint leaves and spicy ginger beer to create a warm, cool, sweet, spiced, and complex drink.
Whatever crowd you’re serving this to, they’ll love it. It’s incredible from the first sip to the very last drop.
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