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Old 03-26-2006, 07:52 PM
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I went to a Choclate Martini party. What a blast! Here are the recipes we used (of course by the end of the evening we were inventing our own! hahahaha) PLEASE DESIGNATE DRIVERS BEFORE THE PARTY STARTS! You will notice that these drinks are straight alcohol - they're for sipping!

General Instuctions

In addition to the alcohol, you will need a shaker (did you order one from Kaluha - see freebies page), ice and martini glasses. The plastic glasses are cheaper, but the real glass stays colder)

Place ice in the shaker and the glasses (to chill them) These really are better if you chill the alcohol in the FREEZER for 24 hours. It won't freeze, but will be really cold. Add ingredients to the shaker, shake until blended, remove ice from glass, fill and serve.

Chocolate Martini

1 oz vodka (vanilla is best)
1 oz creme de cacao
splash of Gran Marnier (optional)
Mix, pour and shave chocolate on top
(Hershey's is great - use a cheese greater)

Espresso Martini

1oz vodka (vanilla)
1oz of espresso
splash of Bailey's
splash of Kaluha
splash of Frangelico (optional)
swirl chocolate syrup in bottom of glass and shave chocolate on top

Cappuccino Martini

1 oz vodka (vanilla)
1 oz Godiva Cappuccino Liqueur
swirl chocolate syrup in bottom of glass and shave chocolate on top
It can be expensive to buy all of the liquors. If you are having these at a party, ask the guests to each bring a bottle, or get together with a few friends and co-host the party.
Enjoy!
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Major yummy !

Hubby and I stopped in Savanah Georgia last year on the way down to Florida. We found two really cool cigar and martini bars - He thought he had died and gone to heaven when he had his first (I know but he's from Canada go what did you expect?) chocolat martini....It was probably my 1000+ but boy oh boy, are they ever good!

Thanks for posting Nan and welcome back, we missed you..


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Hope you enjoy...we stopped in a truck stop for gas, and OF all things, they had a walk-in humidor! Joun went nuts and came out with a fist full of cigars! He's one happy camper. Even got some for his boss - never hurts to be on the good side of the man above you hahahaha
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