|Nutrition Facts (per serving)|
|Amount per serving|
|% Daily Value*|
|Total Fat 0g||1%|
|Saturated Fat 0g||0%|
|Total Carbohydrate 18g||7%|
|Dietary Fiber 4g||15%|
|Total Sugars 13g|
|Vitamin C 21mg||106%|
|*The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a food serving contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.|
The very berry cosmo is a wonderful way to enjoy Van Gogh Açai-Blueberry Vodka. It's a pleasant blueberry vodka and the addition of açai berries gives it a unique and intriguing flavor, which is displayed perfectly in this martini.
In comparison to this cocktail, the original cosmopolitan is rather bland (although it's still a nice drink). Mixing the vodka's berries with Chambord's black raspberries creates an impressive "very berry" cocktail. It has the perfect amount of fruit sweetness that makes it very approachable and appealing to a variety of tastes.
The cocktail is a beautiful dark purple that is ideal when you want a drink with a dark and mysterious feel for occasions like Halloween. It is also a nice complement to bright, happy occasions like the winter holidays.
2 ounces açai-blueberry vodka
1/2 ounce black raspberry liqueur, or Chambord
1/2 ounce triple sec
1/2 ounce cranberry juice
Fresh blueberries, for garnish
Gather the ingredients.
In a cocktail shaker filled with ice, pour all of the ingredients.
Garnish with a few fresh blueberries. Serve and enjoy.
- Premium ingredients are going to make a better-tasting cocktail, particularly in this mix. The recommended vodka and raspberry liqueur are high-end, so be sure to choose a triple sec of comparable quality. Cointreau and Combier are two excellent options.
- Chambord is the best-known brand of black raspberry liqueur, though there are other options available, including a very nice one made by Bols. You can even use a red raspberry liqueur without changing the flavor profile much.
- You certainly can mix this cocktail up with a straight blueberry vodka—even making your own infusion—rather than Van Gogh's blend. The flavor will be slightly less dynamic, but still enjoyable.
- Another option is to use a clear vodka. The Chambord alone gives the cosmo a nice twist. If you want to bring the blueberry flavor back into the drink, muddle some fresh blueberries in the shaker before adding the other ingredients. Frozen blueberries would work, too, but should be thawed first.
- Though cranberry is the juice of choice for a cosmo, feel free to pour another red fruit juice if you like. Pomegranate would be fantastic.
- You can also switch to white cranberry juice (it's actually light brown in color). It's not quite as sweet as the red variety and is a really nice substitute.
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