Nikki's Special Chocolate Martini - Printer Friendly
This sweet and creamy martini is rich enough to be considered a dessert.
Nikki, this chocolate martini is excellent! I really liked how the chocolate flavor came through without a strong liquor taste. I tried a couple others on the site and thought that they had way too much vodka. I like that this only had 1 Tblsp. After reading the reviews I mixed up the kind of creamer to buy. I bought the vanilla caramel creamer and it worked fine. I could also only find vanilla vodka and went with that. I also really liked that this one called for just dipping the rim of the glass into chocolate. I put a circle onto a disposable plate and dipped the top into it. Other ones, called for drizzling it around the glass and I found that to be messy. Just on the rim was elegant and just the right amount. I didn't have a shaker, so I just used a tall container with a twist on cap, shook it with ice, and then strained it with the lid. Try this one and you won't need to try the others! Ty
Glad I read the reviews first. Not sure why the site would change the recipe. I put a shot of vodka, a shot of creme de cacoa, and a shot of Bailey's Irish Cream (did not have creamer). It turned out pretty good.
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