Raspberry Champagne Cocktail with Homemade Chambord

Tuesday, December 28, 2021
What better way to celebrate a New Year's Eve Party than with this Raspberry Champagne Cocktail with Homemade Chambord to kick off the New Year?


This drink is full of fresh raspberries, and if you're a raspberry lover this will be a smash-hit alcoholic beverage for you.


Of course, we also have a non-alcohol version for the kids and those not fond of liquors.


Our menu usually consists of a holiday colorful Strawberry Bruschetta and we change it up a bit with some fresh raspberries.


Homemade Chambord is fantastic, it does take a few months to make so you will have to start earlier in the year, however, you can always get a store-bought bottle for our recipe.


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Scroll down and check out our favorite food menu and enjoy some of our other favorite homemade alcohol links if you're not a big fan of raspberries!


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Ingredients to have on hand

  1. Chambord
  2. Champagne
  3. Raspberries
  4. Vodka
  5. Ice


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Classic Garnish for Raspberry Cocktail


  1. drizzle with melted red-tinted white chocolate
  2. raspberries whole
  3. melted chocolate
  4. assorted fruit diced on a skewers
  5. Optional: lots of whipped cream with red sugar on top


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Virgin Drinks



Of course, if you would like a virgin drink try making this with raspberry syrups and seltzer raspberry soda.


The fizz from the flavored seltzer will give this a nice taste or get a soda pop that flavored raspberry if you prefer a sweeter drink.


New Year's Eve is always a fun way to start a new chapter and what better way that to bring in the New Year than with a fun new recipe?


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Raspberry Champagne Cocktail with Homemade Chambord

Raspberry Champagne Cocktail with Homemade Chambord

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Author: Claudia Lamascolo
Homemade Raspberry Chambord is always a treat for New Year's Eve and using it in a Champagne Cocktail!

Ingredients

  • Directions How to make Homemade Chambord
  • 1 lb fresh raspberry
  • 3 cups good quality vodka (80 proof)
  • 1 1/4 cups fine sugar
  • Rinse the berries & cut them into small pieces or mash with a fork.
  • Place in a glass container, add vodka.
  • Cap and store in a cool, dark place, stir once a week for 2 to 4 weeks.
  • Strain and transfer the unsweetened liqueur to an aging container (glass bottle or container with tight cap).
  • Add the sugar, recap & let mellow for at least 3 months.
  • Pour into a new bottle.
  • Add more sugar to taste if not sweet enough for you.

Instructions

  1. Raspberry Champagne Cocktail
  2. 1/4 cup good quality vodka
  3. 2 fluid ounces Chambord (homemade or store-bought)
  4. 1 cup ice cubes optional If you haven't chilled the liqueurs you can add ice to the shaker
  5. 2 fluid ounces Champagne
  6. fresh raspberries for garnish
  7. red and white crystal sugar for coating the glasses
  8. Dip the glass into water then into the sugar to coat the rim of the glass.
  9. Pour chilled Vodka and Chambord into a shaker and shake till frothy, pour into the prepared glass. Top off with champagne.
  10. Garnish with fresh raspberries through a toothpick.
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Disclosure: This recipe was originally shared in 2009. It was edited and re-published in 2021.


22 comments

  1. Oh, Monique will love this, raspberry is her favorite flavor and fruit.
    Happy New Year!

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  2. Yum...party time !!!!! Hmmm..can i make a song request????

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  3. That is right up my alley! Happy New Year!

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  4. Sounds like the perfect "New Year's Eve Cocktail" for me! I hope you and Nemo have a wonderful New Year and all your hopes and plans come to fruition in 2010!

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  5. What the perfect drink for any festive occasion!

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  6. What a perfectly beautiful (and tasty) drink. Happy birthday to your Nemo! I enjoyed the glimpses of your family - how wonderful to be musical - it adds so much to your life and Buon Anno!

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  7. Awesome cocktail!!! We usually stay at home on New Year's Eve too. I don't like the chaos. We're trying dinner out this year for something different, but I think I'll have to have this as a New Year's day drink, yum! And happy b-day to hubby!

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  8. You are so amazing. I've so enjoyed reading your blog. Wonderful! Wonderful!
    PT

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  9. @cajunchefryan so glad Monique will love this :)
    @diningwith batali sure whats your favorite song?
    @emily thanks
    @daydreamersdesserts thanks and I hope the same for you as well!
    @chocolate shavings I could drink this for no reason at all lol
    @Claudia I am thankful I now know how to say New year in italian thank you!!
    @tastytrix thanks and enjoy yourself!
    @ptsaldari what kind words thank you for your wonderful support of my blog friend
    :)Happy New Year to everyone!!!!!

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  10. Did you say champagne and raspberry? Adore this combination and it is ideal for this festive season :)

    Have a Sweet and Happy New Year 2010!!

    Cheers,

    Gera

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  11. @Gera...thank you, and for all your support! Happy New Year!

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  12. what a fun and festive cocktail for new year's eve...we normally go out to a restaurant on the bay for big, fat steaks. We try not to travel too far from home, leaving the busy city streets for the new year's amateurs. This year I'm thinking of staying home and grilling our traditional steaks, but I know mine will be better (and cost less)....

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  13. @drick well I know your steak would be better than any restuarant.. got two t-bones yesterday for my husband bday, and crab legs again, he wants cheesecake for dessert so I know what I will be doing for his New Year's Eve his bday....have a great one!

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  14. Hi Claudia. Have you tried champagne mixed with a little crème de cassis?

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  15. Hi Claudia. Have you tried champagne mixed with a little crème de cassis?

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  16. @ Comestiblog no I haven't will check it out thank you!

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  17. I bet this drink tastes even better than it looks. The color of it is beautiful and so is your arrangement of it! Have a wonderful New Years! I think I will be spending it just like you are!

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  18. Looks beautiful! What a way to end the year! Happy New year! Thank you for your support!

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  19. Raspberries and champagne...all I need is some duck fat and a losbter and I'll have most of my favorite things. (grin) Happiest of New Years to you Claudia! Here's to all the great recipes you've posted this year!

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  20. Such a pretty drink! I hope you get what you want in the new year!

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  21. Must be very tasty! Let the party begin :-)

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