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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.
There are approximately 116 calories in one serving of Red Earl (Salvatore's recipe).
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