Blackberries are one of those feel-good berries that transport you back to your childhood. Sure, you can enjoy blackberries as-is, in cakes or jams, but why not try something different?
If you love blackberries and cocktails, or even mocktails, then you’re in the right place!
Let’s put those blackberries to good use, and make some delicious blackberry cocktails. We’ve put together a list of 35 must-try cocktails that incorporate these sweet fruits, so you better take notes!
Let’s jump in.
This beautiful blackberry darkness cocktail is worthy of Halloween. To make it, you need gin, brandy, lemon juice, simple syrup, crushed ice, and the all important blackberries. You won’t regret it.
A refreshing summer cocktail, this blackberry bramble is perfect for a warm evening. To make it, you need fresh blackberries, dry gin, blackberry liquor, simple syrup, lemon juice, soda water, and w=some mint. It will create the ideal summer drink.
If you are already a margarita lover, and don’t want to stray too far, this recipe is perfect for you. You need tequila, lime juice, agave nectar, blackberries, and some lime! It’s a beautiful drink with lots of fresh and fascinating flavors to enjoy.
This drink is smashing, as the Brits would say. You make it, you need some good old bourbon, lime juice, muddled mint leaves and blackberries, simple syrup, club soda, and ice. This strain-free drink will feel like a warm hug, in the best possible way.
This cocktail is full of tropical goodness. All you need to make it is some dark rum, Grand Marnier, blackberry syrup, lime juice, pineapple juice, granulated sugar, water, and fresh blackberries. So simple and so tasty.
A Tom Collins is a classic and refreshing drink made from gin, simple syrup, club soda, and lemon juice. In this recipe, you just add some muddled blackberries into the mix to make it fruity and even more delicious.
Doesn’t this recipe sound decadent and oh-so elegant? To make it, you need lavender flowers, blackberries, maple syrup, vodka, and the all important champagne. It’s perfect for an elegant evening.
This blackberry rambler is so easy to make, and full of all your favorite flavors. You just need orange bitters, simple syrup, blackberries, bourbon, lemon juice, and orange juice, and you’re good to go!
With some bourbon, red wine, lemon juice, simple syrup, blackberries, and Angostura bitters, you can enjoy this, too! The rich flavors work together surprisingly well to make this beautiful blend.
Doesn’t that sound delicious? You need Rose Apervito, gin, lemon juice, blackberry soda, and fresh blackberries to make this stunner. It deserves all the love and attention you have to offer.
This cocktail recipe only needs some bourbon, lemon juice, simple syrup, blackberries, and ice, and you’re good to go! There’s really no looking back once you try this creation once – it’s that good.
Want a twist on a classic Moscow mule? You’re going to need blackberries, lint, lime juice, vodka, ginger beer, rosemary and ice! Easy.
This beautiful sparkling blackberry tea cocktail needs tea, simple syrup, dry vermouth, lemon juice, sparkling wine, sage leaves, water, and sugar. It’s elegant and always charming.
A drink that is beautiful and fit for the Halloween table, this Guinness black magic cocktail is perfect. To make it, you need Guinness, bourbon, grenadine syrup, lime juice, blackberries, and lime wedges.
Are you looking for a cocktail that’s a little different? Check out this beautiful blackberry thyme champagne cocktail! You just need sprigs of fresh thyme, prosecco, water, sugar, blackberries, and simple syrup.
This vibrant cocktail might just become your new favorite drink! You will need blackberries, fresh lemon juice, sugar, club soda, and vodka – it’s that easy.
Feel like a blackberry lemon cocktail float? Of course you do! To make it, you’ll need blackberries, sugar, water, blackberry simple syrup, sparkling lemon water, vanilla vodka, lemon sorbet, and mint leaves.
This drink is perfect for the summer, and it’s so easy to make. You just need blackberry jam, sugar, lemon balm leaves, honey, gin, and club soda!
In under 10 minutes, you can be enjoying this spicy blackberry bourbon smash with your friends! You’ll need blackberries, lime juice, syrup, bourbon, club soda, and ice!
The rich red color of this cocktail is enough to draw anyone in. To make it, you’re going to need fresh blackberries, simple syrup, fresh lemon juice, white rum, and ice cubes. It’s so simple.
Take a look at this beauty! It’s made using gin, blackberries, lavender, sugar, apple cider vinegar, and tonic water! This drink is easy and elegant, and something you would certainly expect to see at a fancy bar.
Love figs and blackberries? Why not try this fig and blackberry smash? You need tequila, lime juice water, agave nectar, blackberries, a fig, and some salt! It looks good enough to serve at an event.
This rich red blackberry drink can be made with blackberries, sugar, orange brandy, red wine, and Sprite. In just 15 minutes, you will have your new favorite drink to fall back onto – you’re welcome!
This fun drink is another one that’s worthy of Halloween. With a few simple ingredients, you can enjoy these at your next event with ease – just get blackberry brandy, pineapple juice, blue Curaçao, and some jelly beans!
This is another drink that’s Halloween-worthy. It’s made up of water, blackberries, fine granulated sugar, rye whiskey, dry vermouth, syrup, lemon juice, orange bitters, and ice! To garnish, you can’t get the orange peel and blackberries – it’s crucial!
The brew tea really sets this cocktail recipe apart and makes it special. You just need simple syrup, bourbon, brew tea, and blackberries to make this simple and tasty recipe.
Doesn’t that sound like the perfect vacation cocktail? It’s like a piña colada, but so incredibly refreshing.
To make it, you will need white rum, coconut cream, orange curaçao, lime, lemongrass syrup, blackberry syrup, water, sugar, blackberries, water, and lemongrass stalks! It’s so good, easy, and delicious.
This simple blackberry blood orange cocktail is refreshing and so tasty. You’ll need fresca, vodka, blackberry simple syrup, mint leaves, juice from a blood orange, white sugar, water, and blackberries – that’s it!
Crème de Mûre is made using blackberries, and it pairs wonderfully with bourbon. Additional ingredients include cranberry and lemon juice, simple syrup, and fresh blackberries.
Finally, we have this delicious sparkling Meyer lemon blackberry jam prosecco cocktail! It’s a mouthful, and you’re going to want to keep your mouth full of this delicious creation!
You just need lemon juice, sugar, blackberry jam, lemon blackberry syrup, vanilla, prosecco, a lemon wedge, and fresh blackberries. You have to try it!
There you have it! There are loads of delicious blackberry cocktails for you to try out next time you’re having a cocktail party!
Looking at this list, there’s bound to be something here for everyone, and you can even create mocktails with a number of the recipes.
So, why not bookmark this page, so you can return to it later? You’re going to want to make every single one of these!
Frequently Asked Questions
Can You Use Blackberries To Make A Cocktail?
Absolutely! Blackberries work very well in a variety of cocktails! We’ve put together a list of cocktails that include blackberries so that you can see for yourself.
What Liquor Is Made From Blackberries?
Crème de Mûre is made from blackberries, and is a very popular summer liqueur! It has a rich flavor that’s perfect for a lot of summer cocktails, too.
Can You Use Frozen Fruit Instead Of Ice In Cocktails?
Yes! You will need to add more frozen fruit than you would ice, but they are an excellent alternative. You can also use frozen fruit instead of ice in smoothies.
What Pairs Well With Blackberries?
Lots of things pair very well with blackberries. You can use other berries, black pepper, apricot, peach, lemon, oranges, lime, cinnamon, hazelnut, and so many more things.
Don’t be afraid to experiment with flavors when you’re making cocktails, as a lot of ingredients work surprisingly well together.
Can You Use Frozen Blackberries In Cocktails?
Yes! Frozen blackberries are a great addition to a lot of cocktails. Just make sure the blackberries are frozen solid when you use them in the cocktail, unless the recipe specifically calls for something else.