20th April 2009

Kimberly’s White Russian Martini a la Framboise

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Welcome to another edition of “Kimberly’s Alcohol Creations”. Today, I’m bringing you a delectably decadent, creamy concoction sure to put a smirk on your face!

Cocktail Glass (Martini).svgI love chocolate and raspberry flavors together and creamy, sweet mixed drinks – Here’s a fantastic combination bringing together the white russian, a vodka martini and the taste of raspberry! Mmm… ~ Kimberly Edwards

Type: Beverage Recipe
Serve With: A raspberry
Prep Time: 2 min
Yield: 1 vodka martini

1 part Kahlua
1 part Vodka
1 part Chambord – Raspberry liqueur
2 parts Milk
Ice – If desired

1. In a shaker with ice, shake together Kahlua, vodka, Chambord and milk.

2. Serve in a martini glass rimmed with choclate shavings and a raspberry.

* Tip: To rim glass, dip rim in a bit of Kahlua and coat with chocolate shavings.

* Tip: If you’re looking for a less fancy ‘girlie’ version, serve over the rocks.

3. Enjoy!

This is making my mouth water as we speak!

I love a good creamy mixed drink, and raspberry is one of my very favorite flavors out there! Hooray for Chambord!


I hope you enjoyed this Alcohol Recipe on SizzUp! Until next time…

Drink Deliciously,

Kimberly Edwards 🙂

P.S. If you enjoyed this Recipe, check out more of Kimberly’s Alcohol Recipes @ Cooking With Kimberly.

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  1. 1 On August 30th, 2010, Catherine said:

    Cheers! Let’s take a break and have some time enjoying the day.

  2. 2 On November 29th, 2010, Carmen Billon said:

    Thank you, really interesting. I was born in Moscow in 1959 but my parents fled and settled here to England. Truthfully, I didnt care much about my russian heritage until my mum died last month, now I’ve been trying to discover as much as I can. Seemed like food was as good a place as any to start from! You dont generally hear much about russian cooking do you? Anyway, I found a lot of russian recipes here that other readers might be interested in too.

  3. 3 On December 15th, 2010, Kimberly @ How to Cook Blog said:

    Hi Carmen! It’s always a good place to start! My family speaks German and Russian – I don’t know much of those languages so I listen for my name and I know food words.

    Russian food is fabulous! In fact, the cuisines that surround Russia are all influenced by each other.

    I have a special category on my Cooking site titled “Eastern European Food” – Click on this link (or copy & paste into your browser) and check out some fabulous “soul food” recipes:


    Eat Deliciously,

    Kimberly Edwards 🙂

  4. 4 On December 15th, 2010, Kimberly @ Alcoholic Drink Recipes said:

    @ Catherine: I completely agree with you!!! Let’s do it!

    Kimberly 🙂

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