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Berry Caprioska

The other night my family had a BBQ, and my father decided we were going to have fancy drinks. He enlisted my help, but I'm rubbish at mixing things (and cooking), so I looked for a recipe in a food & drink magazine. Well, I got super lucky because these turned out to be easy, delicious, and pretty!

The recipe
2 oz Vodka
2 tbsp berries (I used fresh raspberries)
1/4 oz simple syrup*
Lime or Lemon wedges

Add the berries, simple syrup, and lemon to a cocktail shaker and Muddle. Add ice and vodka, shake it up all nice, and pour into whatever glass your little heart desires (the book said a rocks glass with ice, but I clearly used something completely different. Who cares, right?). Garnish with a raspberry skewer and lemon wedge, if you're feeling fancy.

*To make simple syrup, boil equal parts sugar and water in a saucepan until the sugar dissolves, then refrigerate.

shot with my canon t50 & lomography 400 CN film.
linking up with Friday Fab favorites blog hop.


  1. This sounds and looks so delicious and refreshing.

    1. I take no credit for the recipe, so I don't feel bad saying that it was! I added more simple syrup though, so you could barely taste the alcohol. Just raspberry goodness :)

  2. Try some elderflower syrup next time. I think that would make this drink even more amazing :) I usually get it at Ikea if there is one close to me.

    1. That sounds amazing! I live pretty close to an Ikea, too. Thanks :)

  3. Hope they were as successful as they look!



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