Royal Framboise Raspberry Cocktail recipe

If you are having some friends or family over for dinner on the weekend, offering some homemade cocktails will always be a winner. So why don’t you learn how to craft a great cocktail and surprise your guests?

Are you getting curious? Take a look at our Royal Framboise recipe to see how you can make this fruity cocktail at home. You don’t need to be a hobby-mixologist to craft a tasty cocktail for your guests.

One easy but delicious cocktail to create is the Royal Framboise. It’s fruitiness makes it perfect as a summer cocktail. But it’s also elegant and bears similarities to the more famous Kir Royale cocktail.Anyone who is a fan of raspberries will definitely love this drink.

Using the sweet fruitiness of syrups, there are a number of different summer cocktails that you can create. If you are in love with grenadine, then you should check out these 5 grenadine cocktails that we have put together for you.

Now, take a look at our Royal Framboise cocktail video and learn how to make this amazing drink at your next party. Follow the steps below to make this raspberry cocktail at home.

Ingredients & equipment

The Royal Framboise cocktail is a wonderful drink for lush afternoons or after a meal. If you want to recreate this drink at home, then you can follow these easy steps below. Here is also the list of ingredients for your new favourite cocktail.



  • Highball glass
  • Shaker
  • Lemon squeezer
  • Pestle

Method for the Royal Framboise Cocktail

  • 1. Prepare the ingredients, the shaker as well as the other equipment. Don’t forget to have some cold ice cubes ready for your cocktail.

  • 2. To start your Royal Framboise raspberry cocktail, you will need 2 fresh slides of ginger. It’s best to only cut them when you need them, as they will otherwise dry out quickly. Add the ginger slices and 5 raspberries to the shaker.

  • 3. In the next step, you will need to add a dash of Morand Pure Juice Raspberry Syrup into the shaker. We suggest tread lightly at first. You don’t want your cocktail to be too sweet.

  • 4. Then take the pestle and crush everything that is in the shaker. That way, you will release some extra flavour from the ingredients.

  • 5. Now, squeeze half a lemon with the lemon squeezer and add its juice to the shaker. Be careful to not add too much of the pulp.

  • 6. Add 3 cl of Morand Raspberry Eau-de-vie and 2 cl of Morand Raspberry Liqueur.

  • 7. Now that you have all the ingredients, fill the shaker with ice cubes, close the shaker and shake well until your hands feel cold.

  • 8. Pour the shaker contents into a highball glass through a cocktail strainer to keep out the ice cubes.

  • 9. Then top up the glass with champagne. Before serving the drink, decorate it with 2 raspberries and a zest of lime to garnish.

Want more?

If you are planning a dinner party, then you should take a look at these cocktails to spice up your evening. We have put together drinks for before, during and after your meal. Anyone who wants to surprise their guests with some homemade cocktails will find it easy to follow these recipes. Are you ready for more cocktails? Then discover you should also try our Passion of Vanilla cocktail and our Williamine Sour cocktail.

Tips to make your cocktails better

The art of making cocktails can seem very sophisticated at first. However, anyone can learn a few basic cocktail recipes. We have put together some suggestions that will help you to get the best out of your ingredients, spirits and cocktails.

Follow the steps

If you are new to cocktail-making and mixology, then hold off on the experimentations at first. To learn more about how to craft basic but great cocktails, we recommend to follow the steps of the cocktail recipe. Even though there are just a few ingredients in every cocktail, there is usually a reason why they are combined in a certain way. So, follow the recipe for early success.

Keep it simple

The ingredients list of cocktails can easily range from 2 to twenty. If you are just getting started learning about cocktails, don’t be too ambitious and try to replicate very sophisticated cocktails. Chances are high that you might make a mistake and your experience won’t be as great. Start with simple cocktails that have 3-4 ingredients and work your way up.

Refine your palate

Being a great mixologist is not only about the mixing and serving of cocktails. It’s equally about developing your taste. Don’t worry if you think that you don’t have a great palate. This is something that you can learn and develop over time. Be more conscious when drinking and eating to really detect what you taste and how different items combine. That way you will be able to find out what you like and what cocktail might pair well with your dinner.

Learn about spirits

The world of cocktails is undeniably linked to the great spirit of the world. You don’t have to become an expert on all of them. However, start to experiment and taste different plant liquors, brandies, Gin and other spirits. Learn about the subtle differences simply by tasting.

Learn more about cocktails


Do you have a sweet tooth? Are you ready for the sweeter side of life? Then the world of syrups is for you. Whether it’s citrus syrup, blackcurrant syrup or a basic sugar syrup, you will enjoy the richness of them. Take a look at our ultimate guide to syrups and learn more about each syrup and what makes them great. Also, syrups are not just for alcoholic drinks! They can be utilised in fruity salads and even cooking.


They are the essence of every great cocktail. If you want to learn more about cocktails, then you will need to learn about spirits. Regardless of whether it’s brandy, gin or rum, there is plenty for you to explore, taste and learn. Take a deep dive into our ultimate guide to spirits and find out what drink might be best suited for your taste and cocktail-making.