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Most Delicious Chocolate Raspberry Martini You Will LOVE

This delicious chocolate raspberry martini is one of my new favorite dessert martinis. After all, chocolate raspberry anything is my favorite combination. I concocted this recipe one night. During the somewhat lock down that we were experiencing due to Covid-19, I was experimenting with different martini recipes each night. If you remember the anxiety, stress, and uncertainty at that time, you understand why I was interested in having a martini each night!

This night in particular, I forfeited dessert. Well, technically, I forfeited cookies, cake, chips – those kinds of dessert. The dessert that I did want was a creamy, chocolate-y martini. Since I had already made chocolate banana martinis and chocolate amaretto martinis previously, I really wanted to try something along those lines, yet different. Additionally, because the other martinis were delicious, I didn’t know how to top them. Yet, I was up for the challenge!

I was looking through my makeshift liquor cabinet (just a cabinet in my kitchen!) and remembered that I had a bottle of Chambord. Yum! After all, everything is better with Chambord. If you don’t know what Chambord is, it’s a raspberry liqueur and it’s deliciously sweet. If you like raspberry flavored things, you will love Chambord. And if you like the flavor of chocolate raspberry, you will LOVE this Chocolate Raspberry Martini.

How To Make It

Hmm, what would make a tasty chocolate raspberry martini? Well, I knew it needed to start with vodka. More specifically, should it consist of regular vodka or flavored vodka? And if flavored, which one? I could choose from regular, vanilla, or whipped cream vodka. I went with vanilla vodka since it would sweeten the taste.

Next, it needs chocolate. Easy! Godiva Chocolate Liqueur. Done!

If it’s going to have raspberry flavor, it needs Chambord. Okay, now we are getting there…

Should anything else go into this recipe? I could add a creamy substance to it and use Irish Cream, specifically Bailey’s Irish Cream. Yes, that was definitely a must-have. Thus, Bailey’s was added!

Ingredients

  • 1 oz Vanilla Vodka
  • 1 oz Chambord
  • .05 oz Chocolate Liqueur
  • 0.5 oz Irish Cream

Instructions

  • Fill shaker 2/3 full of ice.
  • Measure each ingredient and add to shaker.
  • Shake well.
  • Pour into martini glass.

Tastes Like Dessert

As I poured the creamy martini into my glass, I was a little nervous. What if this didn’t taste good? I feared that if it didn’t taste good, I would have wasted all those tasty alcohols! The horror!

One sip and my fears evaporated. My oh my. This chocolate raspberry martini was SO GOOD. Possibly, TOO good. It was a really easy martini to make and it tasted delicious. Would I be able to control myself from making this on a regular basis? Only time will tell, I guess…

The only downfall, if any, is that a chocolate raspberry martini does require a few different ingredients. However, the ingredients for this yummy martini can be considered “alcohol staples” for delicious adult drinks! Therefore, my suggestion is to keep your liquor cabinet stocked with these staples and enjoy a tasty, adult dessert. Cheers!!

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Chocolate Raspberry DESSERT Martini – Delicious!
Prep Time5 mins
Cook Time0 mins
Total Time5 mins
Course: Dessert, Drinks
Keyword: chocolate, chocolate raspberry, martini, vodka
Servings: 1 person
Author: jenahoward

Ingredients

  • 1 oz Vanilla Vodka
  • 1 oz Chambord
  • .05 oz Chocolate Liqueur
  • 0.5 oz Irish Cream

Instructions

  • Fill shaker 2/3 full of ice.
  • Measure each ingredient and add to shaker.
  • Shake well.
  • Pour into martini glass.
  • ENJOY!!
    The best Chocolate raspberry martini with chocolate liquer, vodka, and chambord

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