Driscoll’s Berries Raspberry Ginger Bellini & Video

Raspberry Ginger Bellini


I am going to do this backwards today. I am going to start with a Raspberry Ginger Bellini recipe and end with a story. The recipe is a cocktail I tasted at Pebble Beach Food and Wine. It’s a Bellini made with super sweet Driscoll’s raspberries.The story is told through video. It’s the story of my day stomping through the mud at a raspberry farm.

I learned lots of cool stuff, but the coolest is this: You can trace the journey of your package of fresh Driscoll’s Berries all the back to the farm where they were grown. Turn over the package and you will find a label featuring a code that tells you about the farms where your berries were hand harvested. Find the code on your clamshell here!

But I promised the recipe first. And here it is. Raspberry Ginger Bellini serves 1 CLICK here for a printable recipe

  • 2 T (1 ounce) domaine de canton (ginger liqueur)
  • 1 T (1/2 ounce) lemon juice
  • 1 T (1/2 ounce) grenedine
  • 6 driscoll’s raspberries, plus one for garnish
  • 6 T (3 ounces) chandon rosé or sparkling rosé

In a cocktail shaker half filled with ice, combine the Domaine de Canton, lemon juice, simple syrup and 4 raspberries. Shake vigorously.

Add Chandon Rose or Sparkling Rose in a champagne coupe glass. Strain shaken contents into glass with Rosé.

Recipe adapted from Driscoll’s Berries.

Greg Henry writes the food blog Sippity Sup- Serious Fun Food, and contributes the Friday column on entertaining for The Back Burner at Key Ingredient. He’s active in the food blogging community, and a popular speaker at IFBC, Food Buzz Festival and Camp Blogaway. He’s led cooking demonstrations in Panama & Costa Rica, and has traveled as far and wide as Norway to promote culinary travel. He’s been featured in Food & Wine Magazine, Los Angeles Times, More Magazine, The Today Show Online and Saveur’s Best of the Web. Greg also co-hosts The Table Set podcast which can be downloaded on iTunes or at Homefries Podcast Network and was named one of The LA Weekly’s 5 favorite podcasts for food lovers.

Raspberry Ginger Bellini



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