Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 0 mins

Recipe is from the Complete Home Bartender's Guide


  1. Cut the blueberries in half and place them in the shaker.
  2. Quickly muddle the berries.
  3. Add the remaining ingredients and fill shaker with ice.
  4. Shake vigorously to bombard the blueberries with the ice to release their flavor and color.
  5. Strain through a sieve into the cocktail glass.
  6. Place four or five blueberries on cocktail stick across the glass.
Most Helpful

I had the biggest most beautiful blueberries and didn't want them to go bad prior to using them, and decided to see if I could find a really good Blueberry Martini recipe... and I did!

This recipe is wonderful if you are a true Martini lover. Do yourself a favor, and don't make this recipe if you don't have all of the ingredients it calls for, ie; fresh blueberries, real lemon, etc. as they make all the difference.

The end product is a wonderful martini that is a beautiful sapphire blue, I call this drink my "Blueberry Sapphire Martini" it's delish, Enjoy!

Katlin44 September 12, 2012

I gave this 3 stars. I'm actually drinking this right now. This is a pretty drink. My only complaint is the strong Vodka taste. Too strong for me but keep in mind I'm not a big drinker. I did make two minor changes to the recipe. I used Realemon juice and no blueberries just had frozen. Overall I don't think I'll make this again as it's to strong for me. Thanks for posting! Christine (internetnut)

internetnut December 31, 2009

I found this to be very good and based on the ingredients, I didn't feel it would taste like a blueberry flavored drink but more for the color of the martini!! It is on the strong side but once I let it shake around with the ice which helped to muddle the blueberries it was great, still strong!! You get the flavors of the orange and lemon juice and after a few sips I added a splash of sprite zero!!! Great and pretty martini!!! Made for Gimme 5 Tag!!! Thanks Lainey

diner524 July 12, 2009