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Double-Berry Martini

Double-Berry Martini recipe
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Old-school vodka martinis are updated for the holidays with a splash of tangy cranberry and sweet raspberry flavor. All you need now is a sprig of mistletoe.
10 min
1 hr 10 min
6 servings, about 1 cup each
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I made this for my little ladies substituting the vodka for unsweeten orange juice. It was a great hit!
to quote Rachael, Yumm'O everyone really liked this. I, like some others, added less water and more vodka (½ & ½) its very sweet but not overly so. It’s also very pretty I liked the idea of sugaring the rim I think I'll do that myself next time.
The Crystal Light makes this drink very sweet. Next time I will half the CL and add more of the cranberry juice. A very light, refreshing drink. My guests just didn't enjoy the sweetness!
Everyone LOVED this drink! It was fun! I put it into a glass hurricane and coated the rim with light karo and then dipped the rim into sugar to make it look like snow and then put a ladel into the hurricane and put it on the bar! So much fun! The frozen cranberries really made this festive.
My friends loved it! The deep red color is very festive during the holidays! A bit light on the alcohol...substitute some water for more vodka.
I made this drink at a recent cocktail party and it was such a hit I had to keep making more. I noticed the first pitcher was very light on the alcohol, so I reduced the amount of water and club soda and add more vodka. I also used a more expensive brand of vodka which made it much smoother.
Cheerio with Double Berry Martini! Miroslav from Belgrade.
This recipe is wonderful, and always a hit. I mix 1 cup of vodka, and 1 1/2 cups of water. I also use Gray Goose Vodka, because it is a very smooth vodka.
A very good martini. Not a lot of alchohol, but a lot of taste!
A sweet drink that tastes good (and the same!) with and without alcohol. Definately make this one for a party!
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