Sparkly Raspberry Champagne CocktailsSparkly Raspberry Champagne Cocktails

Seasoned Sprinkles

Sparkly Raspberry Champagne Cocktails


Sparkly Raspberry Champagne Cocktails

Raspberry Champagne Cocktails from

Hi! I made you a pink drink! A pink sparkly drink! A raspberry champagne cocktail to be exact.

Sparkly Raspberry Champagne Cocktails

Sparkly Raspberry Champagne Cocktails

This drink couldn’t be more my favorite thing ever. It’s pink! It’s sparkly! It’s pretty much the inside of my head and I love it so much. They are just so pretty.

Sparkly Raspberry Champagne Cocktails

Sparkly Raspberry Champagne Cocktails

I have this deep seated belief that cocktails should be pretty. I’m not much of a cocktail person to be perfectly honest. I have them mainly on special occasions or with a really nice meal. So of course they need to be pretty. And what’s pretty in my mind? Sparkles and pink obviously. TBH, this isn’t the first pretty pink cocktail I’ve made for you all. I mean hello pomegranate rose spritzers and my Christmas cranberry champagne cocktail. Both pretty. Both pink.


Is it just me or do raspberries scream Valentine’s Day and date night?

However, neither one feels super Valentine’s Day to me. Maybe the pomengranate rose spritzers. Maybe.  But really, when I think of a Valentine’s Day cocktail, I think raspberry. Because raspberry goes so perfectly with all the yummy chocolatey Valentine’s desserts like this no bake chocolate cheesecake with Oreo crust.

Sparkly Raspberry Champagne Cocktails

Sparkly Raspberry Champagne Cocktails

And though Valentine’s Day is arguably not my favorite holiday because of its over all cheese factor, we still celebrate it as much as we can with a 3 year old. Gone are Valentine’s Days full of romantic surprises and fancy dinners out. Instead, if we go out, we go for pizza, but mostly we will make a nice dinner after Goose goes to bed. A nice enough dinner to warrant a cocktail to go with it. And since I like bubbly that’s what I go with.

Sparkly Raspberry Champagne Cocktails

Sparkly Raspberry Champagne Cocktails

Because I like to feel fancy when I am having a cocktail in my pajama pants or sweats. Which incidentally is what I’ll likely be wearing for our Valentine’s Day dinner at home as I sip on this sparkly raspberry champagne cocktail and watch When Harry Met Sally while eating fancy pasta.

Sparkly Raspberry Champagne Cocktails

Sparkly Raspberry Champagne Cocktails

Looking for other cocktail recipes? Try these:

Like this recipe? Sign up to receive 3 delectable chicken recipes and stay up to date on all the sweet happenings here.

* required

Yields 2 drinks

Sparkly Raspberry Champagne Cocktails

Sparkly Raspberry Champagne Cocktails make a lovely drink for Valentine's Day or date night.

1 minPrep Time

5 minCook Time

6 minTotal Time

Save RecipeSave Recipe


    Raspberry Simple Syrup
  • 1 cup water
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1 cup raspberries
  • 1/2 tsp of vanilla extract
  • For the Cocktails
  • 2 cups champagne
  • 2 ounces of raspberry liquor or raspberry vodka
  • 2 ounces of raspberry simple syrup*
  • Raspberries to garnish
  • sugar to garnish


    For the simple syrup**
  1. Stir sugar, water and vanilla together in a small sauce pan over medium heat until sugar dissolves. Add raspberries and reduce heat to medium low. Bring to a slow simmer, stirring regularly. Let simmer for 2 minutes. Pour into a jar by holding a strainer over the jar and pressing the remaining raspberries against the strainer with a spoon. Cover and refrigerate.
  2. For the cocktails
  3. Dip rim of 2 champagne glasses in a small bowl or dish of water, then dip in sugar. Add a shot of raspberry liquor, 1 shot of raspberry simple syrup and a cup of champagne to each glass. Stir and enjoy.


** If you want to take a shortcut on the raspberry simple syrup, skip it and add a shot of raspberry cocktail juice instead and about a 1/8 tsp of vanilla. So yummy and no fuss.

Shop this recipe!

*These links are affiliate links. To read my affiliate policy click here.


    • jfletcher
      You could definitely do them for the holidays because of the pretty color. I think raspberries are really versatile though and make me think of Valentine's Day and spring and summer. Maybe it's bc of the Bath and Body fragrance from when we were kids. Remember sunripened raspberry?
  1. Laura
    These champagne cocktails look and sound so delicious!! I love raspberries and they definitely do seem fitting for Valentine's Day! xo, Laura

So, what do you think ?