The Razz-Matazz

This delicate and sweet drink would compliment a weekend brunch or afternoon soiree. Moscato d’Asti is a sparkling white wine; it’s similar to champagne, but sweeter and slightly less bubbly. The alcohol content is half that of a normal table wine, making it appropriate for daytime celebrations. When paired with raspberries soaked in crème de cassis (blackcurrant liquer), the drink takes on a delicious flavor and a lovely reddish hue.

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Leroux Crème de Cassis
Rashi Moscato d’Asti

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The Razz-Matazz


  • 18 fresh raspberries
  • 1/4 cup Crème de Cassis
  • 1 bottle Moscato d’Asti, well chilled

You will also need

  • 6 chilled champagne flutes
Total Time: 30 Minutes
Servings: 6 cocktails
Kosher Key: Pareve
  • Rinse raspberries and pat dry, then place them in a small bowl. Cover them with the crème de cassis. Let the raspberries macerate in the liquor for 20-30 minutes.
  • Line up 6 chilled champagne flutes. Place 3 marinated raspberries into each flute along with 1 ½ tsp crème de cassis. Top off each champagne flute with cold Moscato d’Asti. Serve immediately.

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  1. I noticed that recommended Rashi Moscato d’Asti. I found a Moscato at Trader Joe’s OU kosher and kosher for Passover. It was about $6.

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