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Today we are inaugurating a new section of the blog, and as with any successful inauguration, there are also many delicious and colorful COCKTAILS to celebrate with! The first one I decided to offer you is Raspberry Eats and Drinks, Raspberry Soda. It’s a non-alcoholic cocktail suitable for everyone. It is fresh and delicious, with vanilla ice cream and fresh raspberries. Ice cream drinks, like Raspberry Soda, are perfect not only as a refreshing drink, but can be a delicious snack or dessert. The cocktails were the part that most attracted us at the time of the hotel school.
Preparing cocktails is a bit like cooking, creating delicious and colorful drinks and serving them in beautiful decorated glasses giving vent to creativity! If you like to prepare cocktails or would like start to preparing them at home I recommend our article Equipment for Barmen, where the main tools of the barman are listed and explained. But above all, what are the essential ones to have for preparing them at home!
How to Make Ice Creams Raspberry Soda
Cocktails with ice cream fall into the category of eats and drinks, they are a real treat to indulge in for an afternoon snack, or as a dessert after dinner. They are easy and quick to prepare and can be alcoholic or not. The eat-and-drink, satisfying and refreshing, are perfect for summer days. The Raspberry Soda is made with raspberries, vanilla ice cream and tonic water.
It’s a recipe that intrigued me for a long time, just because tonic water is used. It turned out to be great! Raspberries and tonic water soften the sweetness of vanilla ice cream, making it very pleasant and refreshing. After the first cup, you immediately wanted to eat a second cup and maybe a third one. To make it even more delicious you could prepare some raspberry syrup to pour on the ice cream!
Raspberry Soda Cocktail
- 125 g Raspberries
- 70 g Vanilla Ice Cream
- to taste Water cold
- 5 cl Fresh Cream
- 2 – 3 Strawberries
- Whip the cream, and keep it in the fridge.
- Blend a spoonful of ice cream and raspberries until a homogeneous mixture is obtained.
- In the glass put two scoops of ice cream and fill with the blended raspberries and fill with the tonic water.
- Finish by adding a little cream to the raspberries set aside. Serve it accompanied with a straw and a long spoon.
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