Stay refreshed during those summer days with a raspberry daiquiri! You can make this drink shaken for a more traditional daiquiri, or you can blend it up like you're on vacation at a beach resort.
White rum Raspberry purée Raspberry simple syrup Freshly squeezed lime juice Ice
Add the white rum, raspberry purée, raspberry simple syrup, lime juice and a handful of cubed ice to a cocktail shaker.
To mix the drink, shake the top of the cocktail shaker and shake daiquiri vigorously for about 15-30 seconds.
Strain the drink into a chilled coupe or martini glass. If desired, garnish with additional raspberries and a lime wheel.
To make a frozen daiquiri, add the frozen raspberries, crushed ice, white rum, raspberry simple syrup and lime juice to a blender.
Blend until the mixture turns smooth and creamy. Pour into a chilled glass. If desired, garnish with additional raspberries and a lime wheel.
Make your next summer happy hour one to remember with this fresh raspberry daiquiri recipe. Whether you enjoy it frozen or shaken, you’ll love every fruity, refreshing sip.
Yummmmmmm! Made the frozen version of these tonight and we slurped up every last bit. The raspberry flavor was really yummy.