Black Raspberry Coconut Daiquiri Cocktail Recipe

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Alcohol %:~10

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Nic Polotnianko

I fell in love with the art of mixology 6 years ago. Since then, I've honed my skills, crafting a myriad of cocktail recipes, and sharing my passion with other enthusiasts.

Last Updated: January 16, 2024


The Black Raspberry Coconut Daiquiri is a modern twist on the classic Daiquiri. It's a drink that's as vibrant in flavor as it is in color, perfect for those who appreciate a fruity yet sophisticated cocktail.

  • Originating from the traditional Daiquiri, which is known for its simplicity and rum base, this variation incorporates the exotic flavors of coconut and the rich, tart taste of black raspberries.
  • The addition of Chambord, a French black raspberry liqueur, gives the cocktail a luxurious depth.
  • It's a favorite among those who enjoy tropical and berry flavors, often served at beachside bars or upscale lounges.

How Black Raspberry Coconut Daiquiri Tastes?

The Black Raspberry Coconut Daiquiri offers a delightful balance of sweet and tart flavors. The raspberry puree and Chambord provide a fruity and slightly tangy taste, while the coconut cream adds a smooth, tropical richness. The lime juice gives it a refreshing citrus zing, and the light rum serves as a subtle, mellow base that ties all the flavors together.

Interesting facts about Black Raspberry Coconut Daiquiri

  • The Daiquiri is named after a beach near Santiago de Cuba.
  • Chambord liqueur is crafted in the Loire Valley in France and is made from black raspberries, vanilla, Moroccan citrus peel, honey, and cognac.
  • The combination of coconut and raspberry is not traditional in classic cocktails, making this Daiquiri a unique and modern concoction.


Light Rum

Light rum is the backbone of many classic daiquiris, providing a clean, slightly sweet canvas that meshes well with fruit flavors. If you skimp, you'll miss out on that heartwarming hug that only rum can give, and if you go overboard, prepare for a boozy overshadow that might even make the coconut blush.

Alternative: Try substituting with white tequila for a 'Tequila Sunrise Daiquiri'—expect a wilder ride!

Alex Green

Raspberry Puree

The raspberry puree brings a vibrant fruitiness and rich color that makes this cocktail pop both in flavor and presentation. Too little and your daiquiri might look pale and uninteresting, too much and it may become a raspberry jam session.

Alternative: Blackberry puree could offer a tarter, deeper berry note for a moodier mingling.

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Sweet & Sour Mix

This is the balancing act—sweet yet tart, ensuring the cocktail isn't too cloying or too biting. Get it just right and your taste buds will sing in harmony, use too much or too little, and they might be slightly out of tune.

Alternative: Equal parts lemon and simple syrup can make a homemade remix that's just as groovy.

Emma Rose

Lime Juice

Just a splash freshens up the entire mix, like a squeeze of sunshine. A scant squeeze and you might wonder what's missing, an overzealous pour and you're partying with the sour crowd.

Alternative: Lemon juice can pinch-hit but expect a different kind of zing—a little less tropical twang, a little more citrus bang.

Alex Green

Coconut Cream

This gives the luscious, creamy dream factor that takes our daiquiri from delight to dynamite. Going light will leave you with cocktail envy, lay it on thick and you might need a spoon.

Alternative: Almond milk can step in for a less creamy, subtly nutty profile that'll leave you feeling almond-joyful.

Mary Mitkina


Hello, luxury! Chambord adds complex black raspberry depth and a touch of regal indulgence. Skimp on it and miss out on the je ne sais quoi, heavy-handed, and you'll be lost in the berry woods.

Alternative: Crème de cassis might play a similar berry tune but with a stronger, boozier hit, like a berry with a black belt.

Emma Rose


Crucial for that slushy chill that defines a great daiquiri. Too little ice and it's just a cold drink, too much and you might as well be snowboarding.

Alex Green

Recipe. How to make Black Raspberry Coconut Daiquiri Drink

  1. Fill a blender with 1 cup of ice.
  2. Add 1.5 oz of light rum.
  3. Pour in 1.5 oz of raspberry puree.
  4. Add 1 oz of sweet & sour mix.
  5. Squeeze in 0.25 oz of lime juice.
  6. Include 0.5 oz of coconut cream.
  7. Measure and pour 0.5 oz of Chambord.
  8. Blend until smooth and the ice is completely crushed.
  9. Pour into a chilled glass and serve immediately.

Pro Tips

  • For an extra smooth texture, double strain the mixture to remove any seeds from the raspberry puree.
  • Chill the glass beforehand to keep the Daiquiri cold for longer.
  • Garnish with a lime wheel or fresh raspberries for an elegant presentation.

Perfect Pairings

Food Pairings with Black Raspberry Coconut Daiquiri

  • Tropical Fruits: A fresh fruit salad with mango, pineapple, and papaya would complement the tropical notes of the cocktail.
  • Seafood: Grilled shrimp or a light seafood ceviche can harmonize with the fruity and citrus flavors.
  • Poultry: Jerk chicken or coconut-crusted chicken tenders can play well against the daiquiri's sweetness and richness.
  • Desserts: Key lime pie or raspberry sorbet would be a perfect sweet ending along with this refreshingly sweet cocktail.

Drink Pairings

  • Sparkling Water: To cleanse the palate between sips.
  • Chilled White Wine: A crisp sauvignon blanc or a fruity riesling could nicely precede or follow this daiquiri.
  • Light Beer: A lager or pilsner can offer a contrasting experience that's also refreshing.

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What you could change in Black Raspberry Coconut Daiquiri

  • If Chambord is not available, you can use another black raspberry liqueur or crème de cassis as a substitute.
  • In place of coconut cream, coconut milk can be used for a lighter texture.
  • For a non-alcoholic version, omit the rum and Chambord and use raspberry and coconut flavored syrups.

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Chocolate Raspberry Coconut Daiquiri

Instead of raspberry puree, use a combination of chocolate syrup and fresh raspberries. This blend adds a lavish cocoa dimension. The drink now becomes a dessert-like indulgence, perfect for those with a sweet tooth and a love for chocolate-covered fruit experiences.

Spiced Island Coconut Daiquiri

Incorporate a dash of cinnamon and nutmeg with the mix. These warm spices will infuse the cocktail with an aromatic twist, bringing a hint of holiday spice to the tropical scenes, like a Caribbean Christmas.

Peachy Coconut Daiquiri

Swap the raspberry puree for ripe peach puree. This will lighten the cocktail's profile with a juicy, summery stone fruit character. Serving this version might just transport you to a sunny orchard, straw hat and all.

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Frequently Asked Questions on Black Raspberry Coconut Daiquiri

What is the best type of glass to serve a Black Raspberry Coconut Daiquiri in?

A traditional daiquiri is usually served in a cocktail or martini glass; however, for a frozen version like the Black Raspberry Coconut Daiquiri, a tulip or hurricane glass would be a great choice to showcase its vibrant color and texture.

Can I use frozen raspberries to make the raspberry puree for the cocktail?

Yes, frozen raspberries can be used if fresh ones are not available. Make sure to thaw them properly before pureeing to achieve the right consistency and flavor.

How can I make this cocktail if I don't have a blender?

If you don't have a blender, you can make a shaken version of this cocktail. Just muddle the raspberries to make a puree, and shake all ingredients with ice, then strain into your glass.

What can I use as a substitute for sweet & sour mix in this cocktail?

You can create a homemade sweet & sour mix using equal parts simple syrup (sugar water) and freshly squeezed lemon and lime juice.

Is it possible to make a large batch of this cocktail for a party?

Certainly! You can scale the ingredients based on the number of servings you need and blend in batches, or mix the liquids together and serve over ice, adding a dollop of coconut cream on top.

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