Pour all ingredients into a cocktail shaker. Shake well, strain into a cocktail/martini glass, and serve.
Raspberry martini recipe #2
posted by jason @ 10:17AM, 3/16/07
2 oz of raspberry vodka.
1 oz. raspberry liqueur.
2 oz. cranberry juice.
Shake well and serve with raspberry on glass in martini glass.
posted by Kari D. @ 09:45AM, 5/26/07
I have had the Raspberry Martini at the top of this page in Florida at a restaurant called Bone Fish. I have to tell you this is wonderful. Just remember to drink them slowly as they can sneak up on you. Enjoy!!! :-)
posted by Kay @ 10:35PM, 6/01/07
Gave it 8 because it`s VERY strong. With 4 oz of juice instead of 2 it is much better.
posted by Pat @ 07:48PM, 6/14/07
I too had this drink in Florida at the Bone Fish restaurant.. I will be serving it at my end of the year party on the last day of school.
posted by GB @ 12:11PM, 6/20/07
Another patron of the Bone Fish Grill. This drink was delicious. I would highly recommend it!
The Best Drink EVER!
posted by DCW @ 01:39PM, 6/22/07
I've had a few of raspberry martinis in my time but the Raspberry Martini made @ Bone Fish was the best. I recommend it with any food item or just by itself.
posted by Star D @ 06:06PM, 6/22/07
I had this drink last week in vegas at an italian restaurant in NY NY. It was fabulous and I would highly recommend it.
posted by Q. Sarah @ 10:34AM, 6/29/07
I was looking this up b/c I too had it Bonefish Grill in S. Fla.. I can only hope this will turn out as good as the restaurant's version!!! If you've ever had Edy's Raspberry Sorbet (delicious!!) it tastes just like that - only more fun =)
posted by Sinead @ 02:27PM, 7/03/07
Bonefish in Seattle says they also include sour mix. It was excellent!
posted by Russ @ 04:16PM, 11/17/07
I just tried this recipe and it is definitely missing something. It isn't sour enough. I would try substituting raspberry puckers for the rasmatazz or adding a sour mix/lemon/lime.
posted by P. Martin @ 10:24AM, 12/20/07
The best one I have had, by far, is at Bonefish Grill in Newport News, VA. They have some "secret" ingredient in theirs that makes it sweet. Not too much, just right. I could drink them all night.
Bone Fish Raspberry Martini
posted by Meg @ 01:19PM, 12/26/07
I was at the Bone Fish restaurant in Clearwater, FLA in May and had this martini. Awesome! I'm heading to a post-Christmas party and everyone is supposed to bring their favorite martini recipies. For those who live in Canada, you can substitute Sour Puss for the Razzamatazz. It's not as heavy a raspberry flavor, but it's works! Cheers!
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