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Chocolate Covered Cherry Martini

This Chocolate Covered Cherry Martini is like dessert in a glass!  A chocolate cherry kiss martini made with cherry vodka, creme de cocoa, grenadine, and heavy cream.  The glass is drizzled with chocolate syrup, and then four cherries sit perched on the edge to give it the look of a high end drink that comes together in minutes.

If you are looking for a fancy and delicious drink for Valentine’s Day . . . . or just a random Tuesday night, make this Chocolate Covered Cherry Martini recipe!  It tastes just like a chocolate covered cherry.  It is smooth, creamy, and tastes like dessert in a martini glass.  It is sure to impress!

WHAT GOES IN A CHOCOLATE COVERED CHERRY MARTINI?

  • This cocktail starts with cherry flavored vodka. It is a nice way to add the cherry flavor, without watering down your martini.
  • Then you add creme de cocoa, a sweet chocolate flavored liqueur.
  • Add some heavy cream to get that nice smooth creamy texture to the drink.
  • Finally, you add a little bit of grenadine to make that great cherry color.

HOW DO YOU MAKE A CHOCOLATE COVERED CHERRY MARTINI?

  • Combine all the ingredients in a martini shaker and shake to combine.
  • Before pouring, drizzle chocolate syrup in the martini glass, swirling the glass while the syrup drips, to get it to cover the glass.  We recommend a high quality chocolate syrup that is some what thick, like Ghirardelli.
Chocolate Covered Cherry Martini

Chocolate Covered Cherry Martini

Yield: 1 serving

This Chocolate Covered Cherry Martini is like dessert in a glass!  This simple cocktail looks high-end but comes together in minutes with just four ingredients.

Ingredients

  • 3 ounces cherry vodka
  • 3 ounces creme de cocoa
  • 3 ounces heavy cream
  • 1 ounce grenadine
  • high quality chocolate syrup, we recommend Ghirardelli

Instructions

  1. Combine all the ingredients in a cocktail shaker.  Shake to combine.
  2. Drizzle the chocolate syrup in the martini glass by holding the syrup steady and spinning the glass slowly by the stem.
  3. Slowly strain the drink into the martini glass.  Garnish with cherries.

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Brandon Schlette is a celebrated mixologist renowned for his innovative cocktails. With a flair for blending unique flavors, he's a master behind the bar, inspiring both patrons and aspiring bartenders with his creative approach and deep knowledge of mixology.

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