This Raspberry Gin Daisy is made with raspberry simple syrup, fresh lemon juice, gin, and Chambord that’s topped off with club soda! The perfect chilled cocktail to sip on!
Refresh your go-to drink list by adding this Raspberry Gin Daisy to the lineup! This fruity cocktail isn’t overly sweet yet also carries a fresh herbal flavor from the gin and lemon juice with a satisfying fizzy finish from the club soda.
The flavor and fun fizzy element make it an excellent choice to serve all spring and summer long! After all, nothing ushers the cold weather away quicker than a drink that’s made in less than 5 minutes with only 5 ingredients.
Especially when it has a fresh, fruity flavor with a fun color!
Juicy Raspberry Flavor
The spin of raspberry flavor in this Gin Daisy comes from two ingredients. First is the Chambord, which is a black raspberry liqueur.
Chambord takes on its flavoring from blackberries, raspberries, honey, citrus peel, and Madagascar vanilla. Its taste adds a supporting flavor to this drink that rounds out the entire cocktail.
The second ingredient to add raspberry flavor to this drink is homemade raspberry simple syrup. It’s made with one cup of water, one cup of sugar, and raspberries on the stovetop in just 25 minutes.
Though it’s just a simple ingredient, it packs a punch of sweet raspberry flavor that helps to bring this cocktail to life!
Original Gin Daisy
A Gin Daisy is a classic cocktail, and if you’re looking to make the original recipe, For a classic Gin Daisy, use 1/2 ounce of Grenadine instead of the raspberry syrup and use an equal amount of Triple Sec instead of Chambord.
Tips For This Raspberry Gin Daisy
- Cocktail Shaker – This recipe is made in a cocktail shaker to thoroughly combine the gin, raspberry simple syrup, lemon juice, and Chambord. If you don’t have a cocktail shaker, you can improvise by using any jar with a tight lid. A protein shaker or blender bottle would also work just fine. If you can’t shake the ingredients together, then you can stir them and strain the cocktail into another glass with fresh ice.
- Chilled – Enjoying a Raspberry Gin Daisy is best when perfectly chilled! This drink is shaken and served with ice, but you may also want to consider chilling the gin, lemon juice, club soda, and Chambord in the fridge beforehand. Doing so will serve up a perfectly chilled cocktail that’s delightful for sipping on those warm days!
- Measuring – Use a jigger or a kitchen measuring shot glass to measure the ingredients for this cocktail recipe. If you don’t have one, don’t worry! You can use a tablespoon. Just keep in mind that one tablespoon holds half an ounce when measuring out the liquid.
- Garnish – Bring this cocktail to life easily by simply garnishing it with fresh raspberries, fresh mint, and a lemon slice or wedge.
Bask in the sunshine while holding more delicious cocktails that are just as good as this Raspberry Gin Daisy! For another drink with fun, vibrant color, check out this Painkiller Cocktail or Blue Lagoon Cocktail!
Gin Daisy FAQs
How Many Cocktails Does This Recipe Make?
This Raspberry Gin Cocktail Recipe makes one drink. However, since you’ll already have the ingredients out after making the first one, making a few extra for friends is no trouble!
Can I Make A Batch Of These Drinks Ahead of Time?
Since this drink is made with soda water, it shouldn’t be made ahead of time. Doing so will cause the club soda to lose carbonation, altering the experience of the cocktail.
Do I Have To Use Homemade Raspberry Simple Syrup In This Recipe?
No, you can make this recipe using store-bought raspberry syrup as well. I just find that the homemade version brings fresh, crisp flavor to the cocktail.
Did You Make This Recipe?
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Raspberry Gin Daisy
- crushed ice
- 1½ ounces gin
- 1 ounce Raspberry Simple Syrup
- ¾ ounce lemon juice
- ½ ounce Chambord or Triple Sec
- club soda
- raspberries for garnish
- lemon slice for garnish
- Fill a cocktail shaker halfway with ice.
- Pour in 1½ ounces gin, 1 ounce Raspberry Simple Syrup, ¾ ounce lemon juice, and ½ ounce Chambord and shake vigorously for 15 seconds.
- Strain into a rocks glass filled 3/4 of the way with crushed ice.
- Fill to the top with club soda and garnish with raspberries and a lemon slice.
- How Many Cocktails Does This Recipe Make? This Raspberry Gin Cocktail Recipe makes one drink. However, since you’ll already have the ingredients out after making the first one, making a few extra for friends is no trouble!
- Can I Make A Batch Of These Drinks Ahead of Time? Since this drink is made with soda water, it shouldn’t be made ahead of time. Doing so will cause the club soda to lose carbonation, altering the experience of the cocktail.
- Do I Have To Use Homemade Raspberry Simple Syrup In This Recipe? No, you can make this recipe using store-bought raspberry syrup as well. I just find that the homemade version brings fresh, crisp flavor to the cocktail.