Hot Eats and Cool Reads: Green Apple Martini Recipe

Mar 14, 2013

Green Apple Martini Recipe




I'm not much of a hard liquor drinker. Wine is usually my drink of choice. I've had a bottle of apple pucker sitting in my fridge for months, so I decided to whip up this yummy martini to use some of it up. The cinnamon sugar rimmed glass makes this drink complete!! Please don't skip this step... trust me!! It is heaven! If you'd like to make this drink more festive looking for St Patrick's day, just add a drop of food coloring when mixing! Enjoy!!

Green Apple Martini (print recipe)

What you need:
1 ounce vodka
1 ounce green apple pucker
2 ounces lemonade
2 ounces lemon lime soda
cinnamon and sugar for rimming

Directions:
Wet the rim of the glass with vodka or apple pucker. Fill a saucer or bowl with cinnamon and sugar. Dab the rim in the cinnamon sugar mixture, slowly turning glass so the outer edges are covered. 

Combine vodka, pucker, lemonade and soda. Pour into rimmed martini glass. Enjoy!


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8 comments:

  1. Really good if you melt caramel and drizzel it in the glass before pouring the drink in. Then it becomes a caramel apple martini!

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  2. I really do enjoy vodka based drinks and I love apple flavors, so this sounds like a lovely cocktail and the color is perfect for the upcoming St. Patrick's Day! I found your blog through Katherine's Friday Blog Hop and am your newest follower. I hope you'll stop by too and consider following me back.

    Have a great Friday!

    Roz

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  3. I have looking for a Green Apple Martini recipe that someone has tried! Now I have to go out and get Green Apple Pucker so I can try these on my own too ;-) I nominated your blog for the Liebster Award....head over to my blog for more details- Stephanie
    http://attainablecuisine.blogspot.com

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  4. Wow,I wouldn't mind having one of these right now! LOL. But my husband would give me hell for calling something with vodka in it a martini. He's a purist!

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    1. LOL! These turned out so good! I think I could use one right about now!! :)

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  5. Thanks for sharing with us at "In and Out of the Kitchen Link Up Party"
    Pinned for my followers to see.

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  6. I love drinks like this one! Great recipe. Caught my eye at Marvelous Monday!

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  7. I can just imagine how that would taste with the cinnamon and sugar.

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