Make your own martinis and say goodbye to that $30 bar tab.
April 22, 2009
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5 to Try: Martini Night
5 to Try: Martini Night Recipe Dirty martinis are about as basic as you can get, and are a true martini lover's paradise. Combine gin or vodka, dry vermouth, and juice from an olive jar for this classic cocktail.
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Frosty Lemon Martini
Frosty Lemon Martini Recipe Pucker up! This recipe combines lemon-flavored vodka and liqueur, lemon juice, and lemon peel. It's sure to give your taste buds a bounce!
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Chocolate Martinis Recipe This recipe proves that chocolate really can go in everything. With chocolate and raspberry liqueur, chocolate syrup, and sweetened cocoa–you've got dessert in a glass.
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Cucumber Saketini Recipe Add a little Japanese flair to the traditional martini by combining gin and sake and flavoring with cucumber and basil.
5 of 5Becky Luigart-Stayner; Jan Gautro; Leigh Ann Ross
Pomegranate-Key Lime Vodka Cocktails
Pomegranate-Key Lime Vodka Cocktails Recipe Pomegranates lend delicious flavor and beautiful color to any cocktail. Fresh Key lime juice balances the pomegranate for a crowd-pleasing blend that your guests are sure to love.