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fresh raspberry puree

Type

Garnishes

Description

Typically for a garnish, a spoonful of crushed raspberries in a puree dolloped into a drink. Common in Champagne-based cocktails. Also used whole, dropped onto the surface of drinks, often as a seasonal (Spring) garnish. The basis for syrup, liqueur, and spirit forms used commonly in drinks as well.

Flavor

raspberry

Availability

Generally available.

Substitute

other wild berries such as blackberries, boysenberries, loganberries, as well as pomegranates, currants, blackthorn plums, or cherries

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