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Cranberry & Lime New Year’s Eve Cocktail

New Year's Eve Cocktail

There’s no rule that says you can’t drink champagne before the clock strikes midnight on the 31st of December. In fact, bubbly is a great topping for a variety of drinks, as this epic New Year’s Eve cocktail confirms. With a vodka-cranberry base, Rui’s ultimate New Year’s Eve cocktail features sweet and sour touches of fresh raspberries and lime juice. To top it off, a completely optional but highly recommended vodka-raspberry perfume – spritz some leftover raspberry-infused vodka in and around the glass from an atomiser and envelop your senses with the delightfully floral notes of raspberry. 

New Year’s Eve Cocktail Ingredients

    • 50 ml of vodka 
    • 30 ml of cranberry juice
    • 20 ml of lime juice 
    • 10 ml of sugar syrup 
    • 10 g fresh raspberries 
    • Champagne for topping 
    • Redcurrant for garnishing

New Year’s Eve Cocktail Directions

To ensure a smooth cooking experience, please read the Smartwhip care and safety guidelines before usage.

    1. Pour the vodka into a siphon along with the fresh raspberries. Connect your Smartwhip, charge it to 16 bar, disconnect your siphon and shake it for 5-10 seconds to evenly distribute the gas. Allow the vodka to infuse for 15 minutes. 
    2. When the infusion time has passed, strain the raspberry-infused vodka and measure 40 ml of vodka for the New Year’s Eve cocktail. Pour the remaining 10 ml into an atomiser, if desired. 
    3. In a cocktail mixing glass, add a generous scoop of ice cubes. Pour the cranberry juice, lime juice and sugar syrup into the mixing glass and stir until the ingredients are cool. 
    4. Double strain the mixture into a cold champagne flute, add the raspberry-infused vodka and top the New Year’s Eve cocktail up with champagne. 


Garnish the New Year’s Eve cocktail with a few redcurrants and spritz some of the raspberry-infused vodka perfume in and around the glass before serving for added aroma. 

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