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Red Raspberry Rascal Cocktail

Happy Wednesday! How is your week going so far? Been really busy here, now that school is out for the summer!

Dunno ’bout you but I sure crave fruity cocktails this time of year. Raspberries are some of my all time favorite berries. I dig their sweet ‘n tangy flavor. Besides they are super pretty to gaze upon before you pop ’em in your mouth.

This Red Raspberry Rascal Cocktail will have you happily sipping the summer away!

 

Red Raspberry Rascal Cocktail | recipe on MarlaMeridith.com

 

Funny when I was shooting these cocktails….I was trying to balance everything on my new “Table Top” piece of tin ceiling.

 

Red Raspberry Rascal Cocktail | recipe on MarlaMeridith.com

 

Things kept sliding around. Spilling a bit. Making the shoot a bit more challenging. But fun!

 

Red Raspberry Rascal Cocktail | recipe on MarlaMeridith.com

 

So how did I come up with the name Red Raspberry Rascal

I did a shout out on Instagram and thankfully a few of you gave me some great ideas!

 

Red Raspberry Rascal Cocktail | recipe on MarlaMeridith.com

 

Dig my new Gold Ribbon Highball glasses? Vegas meets vintage chic.

They are from the fabulous MacKenzie-Childs.

 

Red Raspberry Rascal Cocktail | recipe on MarlaMeridith.com

Red Raspberry Rascal Cocktail | recipe on MarlaMeridith.com

 

To make these cocktails super full of raspberry flavor I used frozen raspberries and boiled them down into a juice.

A splash of Rhubarb Bitters gives a fun flavor boost.

 

Red Raspberry Rascal Cocktail | recipe on MarlaMeridith.com

Red Raspberry Rascal Cocktail | recipe on MarlaMeridith.com

 

 

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33 thoughts on “Red Raspberry Rascal Cocktail

  1. Oooh! This cocktail…and, those MC glasses? I dig, I dig! Love the vintage vibe in your photography, Marla. I am just enamored with Mid-century design. The Big Lug and I call raspberries “snozberries” as a nod to Gene Wilder as Willie Wonka. (Adore Gene.) Now, we have a wicked Snozberry Cocktail to enjoy! Thank you for sharing! xo

      1. LOL, Marla! I totally should concoct a Snozberry Cocktail in honor of Gene and Willie Wonka! I’m totally nutty for berries just as you are and I hope you’ll try my blueberry cobbler recipe (posted on Monday). The secret is in the buttery biscuit crumble topping–made rich without milk and a beaten egg. The topping is best described as a cross between pie pastry, a biscuit and shortbread sugar cookie with a whisper of vanilla. You and your family will love it! xo

  2. I love how you came up with the name! So cute! Definitely a fan of this boozy drink. I think its awesome too how much fun you had with the photo shoot. You can tell how much fun you have! Your photos are gorgeous as always 🙂