Chocolate and Raspberry Martini

Chocolate and Raspberry Martini | Tayport Distillery

Tayport Distillery were thrilled to be featured on Love Your Weekend with Alan Titchmarsh.  Our 1992 Raspberry Liqueur made its first TV debut on the show, in a delicious Chocolate and Raspberry Martini created and designed by Andy Clarke - who you can follow on all social media channels and on his website!

Everything you need for the cocktail can be found in this bespoke Liqueur and Lilies gift set that we have designed especially for the show. Find the recipe below written and produced by Andy Clarke:


The Recipe! (For two cocktails):



100ml whole milk

100ml double cream

200ml Tayport Distillery 1992 Raspberry Liqueur

35g London Brick Chocolate (shaved, grated or finely chopped) OR use Pump Street drinking chocolate (from 

6 Freeze-Dried Raspberries (from 



Pour the milk and cream into a saucepan, then add the chocolate.

Heat gently, whisking constantly until the mixture simmers and the chocolate has melted. You now have a delicious hot chocolate.

Allow the mixture to cool slightly for 5 minutes or so then pour in the raspberry liqueur and stir.

Allow to cool, then pour into a clean, sterilised container (once at room temperature) and refrigerate for at least an hour. (If making ahead of time, it will last in the fridge for 3 days – Just shake before drinking.)

If in a rush, once the drink has cooled for 10 minutes, pour into a cocktail shaker that contains ice. Shake for 20 seconds or so until the shaker is cold to touch.

Pour into Martini Glasses and decorate with three freeze-dried raspberries per glass. (Freeze-dried raspberries float better than real raspberries, and taste really vibrant.)


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