What to Mix With Raspberry Vodka: 10 Cocktails (2023)

Last Updated on November 5, 2023 by Lydia Martin

Looking for the best mixers with your favorite raspberry vodka and craft delicious cocktails to enjoy anytime, anywhere? You’re at the right place. 

We’ve listed down what to mix with raspberry vodka, plus great-tasting recipes you shouldn’t miss out on.

Top 10 Raspberry Vodka Mixers (Must-Have) 

10. Light Lemonade

Simply Light Lemonade on Table

Have this easy, cool, refreshing Spiked Blue Raspberry Lemonade– mixing raspberry vodka and light lemonade.  

Prep Time: 10 mins.

Total Time: 10 mins. 


  • 1-pack light lemonade
  • 17oz water
  • 3oz blue raspberry vodka

Instructions: In your serving glass, mix water and light lemonade. Add vodka, stir, and serve. 

Serving: 1

9. Raspberry Lemonade

Raspberry Lemonade on a Glass and Pitcher

Try this Raspberry Lime Ricky recipe, enhanced by the mix of raspberry lemon and flavored vodka. 

Prep Time: 5 mins.

Total Time: 5 mins.


  • 1oz raspberry vodka
  • 1oz Citron vodka
  • 1oz Chambord
  • 1oz lime juice
  • 1/4tsp simple syrup
  • Raspberry lemonade

Instructions: In your shaker, combine all the ingredients except lemonade, and shake vigorously. Pour into a glass with a muddled slice of lime and raspberries over ice. Add the rasp lemonade on top and serve.  

Serving: 1

8. Tia Maria

Hand Holding Bottle of Tia Maria

This Chocolate Raspberry Martini highlights raspberry-flavored vodka with a splash of Tia Maria. 

Prep Time: 3 mins.

Total Time: 3 mins. 


  • 0.5oz Tia Maria
  • 1oz cream
  • 1oz creme de cacao, dark
  • 1oz raspberry vodka

Instructions: Half-fill your shaker with ice and add all the ingredients. Shake and strain in your martini glass and put chocolates or raspberries for garnish. 

Serving: 1

7. Cranberry Juice Cocktail

glass of cranberry juice

Don’t miss this Love Potion Cocktail, featuring a lively mix of cranberry juice cocktail, rasp vodka, lime juice, and grenadine. 

Prep Time: 5 mins.

Total Time: 5 mins.


  • 2oz rasp vodka
  • 1oz grenadine
  • 2oz cranberry juice cocktail
  • 1oz lime juice, sweetened

Instructions: Shake all the ingredients together in your shaker with ice. Strain the mix in your martini glass and top it with fresh raspberries. 

Serving: 1

6. Strawberries

close up shot of strawberries

Combine the fruity flavors of raspberry vodka, fresh strawberries, and starfruit in the cocktail The Shooting Star

Prep Time: 2 mins.

Total Time: 2 mins.


  • Fresh strawberries
  • (3) seedless starfruit
  • 1oz raspberry vodka
  • ½ lime, juiced

Instructions: In your blender, mix strawberries, starfruit, and lime juice until it smoothens. Strain the puree into your shaker and add vodka. Shake well and strain into your glass. 

Serving: 1

5. Ginger Syrup

Ginger Syrup on a bottle

Ginger syrup and raspberry vodka make for Moon Mountain Raspberry Sling, a new take on the popular Singapore Sling [1].

Prep Time: 5 mins.

Total Time: 5 mins.


  • 1.5oz lime juice
  • 1.5oz tonic water
  • 1.5oz Moon Mountain Raspberry Vodka
  • 0.5oz ginger syrup
  • (5) sliced raspberries

Instructions: Mix all the liquid ingredients (except ginger syrup) over ice in a shaker. Shake and pour into your glass and top it with ginger syrup. Add the rasp slices and enjoy.  

Serving: 1

4. Fresh Raspberries


Make Raspberry Lemon Drop Martini, featuring the flavors of fresh raspberries, lemon, Cointreau, and vodkas. 

Prep Time: 5 mins.

Total Time: 5 mins.


  • 2oz premium lemonade
  • ½ lemon, juiced
  • 1.5oz Cointreau
  • 1.5oz Citron Vodka
  • 1.5oz raspberry vodka
  • Frozen raspberry skewers

Instructions: In your cocktail shaker, filled with ice, add lemon juice, vodka, and Cointreau. Pour lemonade on top and shake for 10 seconds. Serve the drink in your chilled martini glasses and garnish it with frozen rasp skewers. 

Serving: 2

3. Sprite

Sprite Bottle and in Can

A fruity cocktail without using fruit juices? Mix Sprite with raspberry vodka for a new experience in this Ice Bomb drink. 

Prep Time: 2 mins. 

Total Time: 2 mins.


  • 2oz Sprite
  • 2oz raspberry vodka
  • 2oz orange vodka
  • 2oz UV Blue Raspberry Vodka

Instructions: In your highball glass, pour all vodkas over ice. Stir to mix and pour Sprite on top. 

Serving: 1

2. Cointreau

Cointreau Bottle

A variation of the classic martini [2] is this Pink Flirtini with raspberry vodka and Cointreau flavors. 

Prep Time: 2 mins.

Total Time: 2 mins. 


  • 1oz raspberry vodka
  • 0.5oz cranberry juice
  • 0.5oz pineapple juice
  • 0.5oz Cointreau
  • 1-dash lime juice
  • Champagne
  • Muddled raspberries

Instructions: In your shaker, add Cointreau, vodka, and fruit juices over ice. Shake well and strain into your glass with the muddled raspberries at the bottom. Pour champagne on top. 

Serving: 1

1. Coconut Rum

Mlaibu Coconut Rum Bottle

Coconut rum, mixed with raspberry vodka, makes for a summer drink – Beach Water Cocktail – transporting you to a tropical paradise.

“Vodka is tasteless going down, but it is memorable coming up. – Garrison Keillor, American Author

Prep Time: 1 min.

Total Time: 1 min.


  • 6oz 7Up
  • 1.5oz coconut rum
  • 1.5oz blue raspberry vodka

Instructions: Mix all the ingredients in your glass over ice. That’s it!

Serving: 1


What do you drink raspberry crush vodka with?

You can drink raspberry vodka best with coconut rum, Cointreau, and Sprite. But you can mix it with various beverages, as long as it suits your taste. 

What is a good chaser for raspberry vodka?

Good chasers for raspberry vodka includes lemon-lime soda and pure or flavored club sodas. 

Can you drink raspberry vodka straight?

Yes. You can drink raspberry vodka straight. It isn’t as strong as other original vodkas. 

Final Say

Like any other flavored spirits, raspberry vodkas are versatile expressions that enhance various drinks – whether you want a lighter or boozier cocktail. 

The fruity flavor of raspberry and vodka’s flavor profile complemented well with lots of alcohol mixers, from light lemonade to ginger syrup to our favorite coconut rum.    



Lydia Martin

Lydia Martin hails from Redmond, Washington, where you’ll find some of the best cocktail bars and distilleries that offer a great mix of local drinks. She used to work as a bar manager in Paris and is a self-taught mixologist whose passion for crafting unique cocktails led her to create Liquor Laboratory. Lydia can whip up a mean Margarita in seconds! Contact at [email protected] or learn more about us here or feel free to give Lydia a tip.

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