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Strong, like any good martini should be, and very delicious. I've never tried banana liqueur before and was pleasantly surprised. Definitely recommend rimming the glass with cinnamon sugar.
I made this with vanilla rum since I don't like vodka and added 3 ounces of milk to tone down the alcohol. A little different than the original recipe but delish! THanks for the idea!
This was my first recipe from this site and it didn't disappoint me! As the others say, the vodka is rather strong - but hey....it's a martini...it's 'posed to be strong. I rimmed my glass with cinnamon sugar. Yum-o. What would be ultra-groovy would be to rim it with some crushed graham cracker crumbs, but alas...I'm fresh out.
Very tasty! Enjoyed how the banana flavor came through. Didnt seem too strong for a martini!
This is just to yummy. I enjoyed this so much that I am thinking about the one I might have again tonight right now. Thanks for a super easy and yummy drink that I will have again and again.
As mentioned by some others this is strong but the banana flavor does come thru beautifully and that makes it my kind of drink. TFS
We thought we'd died and gone to martini heaven! Absolutely the perfect blend to make this my new favorite. Thanks so much for sharing!
Nice. This is a martini, folks. It's going to be strong. If you want a daquiri or a margarita, i.e. something watered down with ice, that's what you should be looking for. A martini contains no more than a splash of any non-alcoholic ingredient. Good recipe.
Way to strong and didn't taste very good at all, sorry.
Mmmmm!! Yummy! These flavors are an excellent combination! Thanks once again, Mama's Kitchen!