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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.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
1 hr 10 min
servings
total:
6 servings, about 1 cup each
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posted:
12/14/2006
I made this for my little ladies substituting the vodka for unsweeten orange juice. It was a great hit!
posted:
5/13/2006
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.
posted:
1/23/2006
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!
posted:
1/1/2006
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.
posted:
12/4/2005
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.
posted:
11/9/2005
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.
posted:
11/2/2005
Cheerio with Double Berry Martini! Miroslav from Belgrade.
posted:
11/1/2005
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.
posted:
10/10/2005
A very good martini. Not a lot of alchohol, but a lot of taste!
posted:
9/11/2005
A sweet drink that tastes good (and the same!) with and without alcohol. Definately make this one for a party!
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