Updated: Mar 15, 2022
This cocktail was produced during the 1980s–1990s cocktail renaissance at one of restaurateur, Keith McNally's New York City bars. In 1996 it would next appear on the drink’s menu at McNally's Balthazar in SoHo, a romantic brasserie serving traditional French fare from breakfast through supper. This French cocktail is made with a delicious raspberry and is not to be mistaken with a French connection.
Chilled martini/coupe glass
1.5oz of vodka
.5oz Chambord (black raspberry liqueur)
.5oz pineapple juice
Shake and strain
Garnish with a lemon twist
Chill a martini or coupe glass with ice and water. Put to the side.
Add all ingredients into a mixing tin and add ice.
Shake all ingredients until the tin is chilled.
Discard ice and water from martini/coupe glass.
Strain all ingredients into your cocktail glass.
Garnish with fresh or dehydrated fruit.
Stay hydrated. Drink responsibly.
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