Raspberry Daiquiri Recipe: Easy-to-Make Summer Cocktail Treat

by Mama Loves A Drink

One from our fruity summer berry collection of cocktails. Don’t let strawberries have ALL the fun, here’s our favourite take on the Raspberry Daiquiri, a lovely light rum drink with an intense berry punch.

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Tools you will need to make a raspberry daiquiri

  • Mixing glass
  • Cocktail Muddler
  • Jigger
  • Fine mesh sieve
  • Cocktail shaker
  • Citrus juicer
  • Elegant cocktail glasses to serve

Find all our favourite tools for your home cocktail bar here.

Yield: 4 serves

Raspberry Daiquiri

a glass of raspberry daiquiri cocktail with a slice of lime

The fruit flavours of raspberry can be quite intense but this is bound to delight guests at spring and summer events, or makes the perfect romantic cocktail companion for its deep red colour.

In additional to your usual bartender tools you will need a muddling stick, or a narrow round-ended rolling pin. We have made this as a batch drink best enjoyed with friends but you can play with your portions accordingly, take your pick of a traditional cocktail glass or a fancier flute.

Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes


  • One small punnet of raspberries (approx 6oz/180g)
  • 60ml orange liqueur
  • 240ml white rum
  • 1 tablespoon caster sugar
  • 2 limes, juiced
  • 2 cups of ice cubes
  • Optional garnish set aside a few of the raspberries or a twist of lime


  1. Place your raspberries in a mixing glass with the lime juice and sugar
  2. Gently muddle them with a muddling stick until you have a nice pulp and pour into a shaker (you may need to do in batches)
  3. Add the rum and a few cups of ice
  4. Strain into a cocktail glass through a sieve
  5. Garnish with strawberries on a cocktail stick or a twist of lime


An optional extra is to sugar your glass rim. You can easily do this by running one of your squeezed lime wedges along the rim of each glass and dipping them into a small plate of sugar.

We have found, especially when making in batches, you will need a larger sieve than comes in your usual cocktail making set to remove as much or the seed pulp as possible for a much smoother finish.

More fruity summer cocktails to try

If you love a raspberry daiquiri, then you may also like:

You can celebrate drinking your raspberry daiquiri on National Daiquiri Day, 19 July each year!

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