In the vibrant world of cocktails, the infusion of fruit essences has always held a prestigious rank, and standing tall in this category is the undeniably charismatic raspberry syrup. Crafted from the heart of fresh raspberries, this syrup carries a rich, red hue and a harmonious blend of sweet and tart flavors that breathe life into every cocktail it graces.

It is not just a sweetener but a potent flavor agent, capable of transforming ordinary cocktails into delightful experiences filled with deep raspberry notes that linger pleasingly on the palate.

Raspberry syrup for cocktails
Raspberry Syrup for Cocktails

The raspberry syrup’s versatility is what truly marks it as a must-have. Whether revamping classic recipes with a fresh twist or crafting new, signature cocktails, a splash of raspberry syrup opens up a panorama of opportunities for experimentation.

Its rich consistency allows it to blend seamlessly with various spirits and other ingredients, creating concoctions that are visually alluring and irresistible to the taste buds.

Raspberries up close
Raspberries Up Close

Whether you are a professional bartender or a home-based cocktail enthusiast, having raspberry syrup in your arsenal encourages you to push boundaries, providing a lush, berry-forward foundation upon which to build your masterpieces.

Let your creativity soar as you delve into the diverse and vibrant world of cocktails, empowered by the robust palette of flavors that raspberry syrup brings.

Raspberry Syrup Recipe

Raspberry Syrup Recipe

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Recipe by Carl Busch
Servings

4

servings

This is an easy syrup to make that is great for a lot of cocktails, beverages and food.

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Ingredients

  • 300 grams 300 Fresh or Frozen Raspberries

  • 300 grams 300 White Sugar

  • 300 grams 300 Water

Directions

  • Heat water up to a boil.
  • Place water and sugar in a food safe container or a Crew Bottle. Stir until sugar is dissolved.
  • Place raspberries into your container.
  • Cover and place in fridge for 18 hours.
  • Strain raspberries out of the syrup.
  • Place the syrup back into your food safe container or Crew Bottle.

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Raspberry Syrup FAQs

What is Raspberry Syrup Made of?

It is made up of raspberries, sugar, and water. It’s an easy syrup recipe to make that gives a anything you add it to a boost in flavor.

What is the Shelf Life of Raspberry Syrup?

For most homemade syrups, the shelf life is 2 weeks. You can lengthen the shelf life by adding a small amount of high proof vodka. This will help extend the life to at least 4 weeks.

Are Grenadine and Raspberry Syrup the Same?

Grenadine is a good alterative but each syrup has a distinctive difference in flavor. Grenadine is made from pomegranates and has richer and tarter flavor than raspberries.