How to make Raspberry Espresso Martini with Chambord

How to make Raspberry Espresso Martini with Chambord

The Espresso Martini has been a favourite of coffee and cocktail lovers for years, and it’s easy to see why. The combination of espresso and vodka creates a unique and bold flavour that’s both delicious and energizing. However, if you’re looking for a twist on this classic cocktail, adding raspberry and Chambord can take it to the next level. When I first saw this recipe on Chambord’s website, my eyes sparkled. I love berries and I love espresso martini. It’s actually the first cocktail I have ever made! So now,get ready to explore the raspberry Espresso Martini with Chambord in detail. Including its history, ingredients, and recipe.

Who invented Espresso Martini?

The origins of this delicious cocktail created by a London bartender Dick Bradsell go back to the 1980s. It’s the perfect mix for coffee and cocktail lovers. Although it takes some time to prepare due to the time spent making the espresso, it’s worth the time and wait. I prefer using a mocha pot to make my espresso. But I have seen many recipes including Nespresso coffee which is quite easy to make.

In recent years, the popularity of espresso martinis has skyrocketed, and they’ve become a staple in many bars and restaurants around the world. However, with the addition of raspberry and Chambord, the raspberry Espresso Martini has become a favorite among cocktail enthusiasts. It’s a perfect drink for those who love the bitter taste of espresso but want something a little sweeter and fruitier. So, whether you’re looking for a new cocktail to try or want to switch up your go-to espresso martini recipe, give the raspberry Espresso Martini with Chambord a try and see why it’s become a classic in its own right.

top view of a raspberry espresso martini cocktail on a pink marble glass with a chambord bottle next to it.

What is Chambord liqueur?

Chambord is a delicious liqueur made with red and black raspberries with the addition of Madagascar vanilla and a touch of cognac. It was created in France at the end of the 17th century. It has a strong but refreshing, sweet taste, presented in one of the cutest bottles I have ever seen. There are 14 cocktail recipes on their official website but the number of drinks you can make is limitless.

How to make raspberry espresso martini?

This is a cold and refreshing cocktail that’s perfect for any occasion. The combination of raspberry and espresso creates a unique flavor that’s both sweet and bold. Adding raspberry liqueur like Chambord to the recipe takes the drink to the next level. It’s one of the most popular cocktail recipes in the world and for a good reason.

Chambord raspberry espresso martini garnished with a blackberry and coffee beans on a pink marble table, there's a bottle of chambord next to it.

Raspberry Espresso Martini

With only 3 ingredients
Prep Time 3 minutes
Cook Time 3 minutes
Coffee cooling time 3 minutes
Total Time 9 minutes
Course Cocktails
Cuisine Global
Servings 1 serving
Calories 250 kcal


  • 1 Shaker
  • 1 Strainer
  • Martini/Coupe glass (cooled)


  • 1.5 part Chambord
  • 1.5 part Vodka
  • 2 part Espresso
  • 1 Blackberry Garnish
  • 3 Coffee beans Garnish
  • Lots of ice


  • Prepare your espresso and let it cool down. I use a bowl filled with ice and cold water and put my pot inside to speed up the cooling.
    2 part Espresso
  • It's important to use fresh but cooled espresso for your cocktail. Fresh for obvious reasons, to have a delicious drink. And cooled espresso to not to dilute the cocktail excessively.
    Lots of ice
  • Add all ingredients into your shaker, and then add ice.
    1.5 part Chambord, 1.5 part Vodka, 2 part Espresso
  • Shake vigorously until the outside of the shaker is ice cold.
  • Strain your drink into your glass. I used a coupe glass for this because I think it looks more beautiful.
  • Garnish your glass with a blackberry on the side and coffee beans over the froth. Enjoy!
    1 Blackberry, 3 Coffee beans
Keyword berry, chambord, coffee, espresso, liqueur, martini

The raspberry Espresso Martini with Chambord is a perfect twist on a classic cocktail that’s easy to make and perfect for any occasion. It’s a great cocktail recipe for coffee and cocktail lovers alike. With these tips and recipe, you’ll be able to make the perfect raspberry Espresso Martini with Chambord every time. And if you’re feeling extra fancy, try pairing it with a chocolate cookie or other sweet treat for an even more indulgent experience.

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