Berry caipiroska cocktail

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Berry caipiroska
Berry caipiroska
  • Makes: 1

  • Prep time:

  • Skill level: Easy peasy

  • Costs: Mid-price

Welcome in the spring with this deliciously fruity, classic cocktail - you can use any freshly grown spring berries.


  • 50ml classic vodka
  • 20ml fresh lime juice
  • 25ml sugar syrup (at most supermarkets)
  • Berries (5-7 raspberries)
  • Berries, for garnish

Top tip: Don't use crushed ice as when shaking, the ice may melt and dilute the cocktail - so stick to ice cubes!


  1. Put the berries, sugar syrup and lime juice into a glass and muddle the ingredients by crushing them in the glass with a muddler or pestle (or similar).
  2. Pour the mixture into a cocktail shaker with some cubed ice and shake. Strain over crushed ice in a large rocks glass.
  3. Top with a little more crushed ice and add your choice of berry garnish.

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Can be made using just lemons and limes, I was drinking this all the time whilst on holiday in the Dominican Republic.


you can use crushed ice i did and it made it even better

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