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MUDDLE ginger and then raspberries in base of shaker. Add other ingredients, SHAKE with ice and fine strain into chilled glass.
Fresh ginger adds a hint to spice which combines well with raspberry fruit in this crowd-pleasing vodka-based cocktail which is freshened by a dash of limoncello.
Adapted from a recipe created by Salvatore Calabrese – I added half a spoon of sugar to his recipe which you may or not need depending on your raspberries and limoncello.
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