Blackberry and ginger fizz festive cocktail recipe


Delight guests with this delicious festive cocktail recipe. With juicy blackberries and a warming kick of ginger, it’s just the thing for Christmas celebrations.

Plus, this festive cocktail recipe tastes just as good with or without alcohol, making it the perfect party tipple to serve at your Christmas drinks celebration for guests of all ages and tastes.

Blackberries are a wonder for our wellbeing – even in a delicious drink like this! These juicy berries are bursting with vitamins and antioxidants to help you glow from the inside out. Antioxidants help to mop up damaging free radicals in our cells. These nutrients are one of the most powerful weapons we have in combatting disease, helping our bodies fight a range of illnesses, from heart disease to cancer

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Ginger has a long tradition of being used to soothe the digestive system and relieve stomach pain. It’s also anecdotally been used to alleviate mild nausea.


  • 12 blackberries (fresh or frozen) and a few extra for garnish
  • 1 lime, juiced
  • 200ml spicy ginger beer (we like Fevertree or Fentimans)
  • 100ml soda water
  • 50ml vodka (optional)


  1. Blitz the blackberries and lime juice in a NutriBullet or food processor until smooth.
  2. In a large jug, mix together the remaining ingredients and strain into two glasses.
  3. Serve with ice and garnish with a slice of lime and a few extra berries.