If you like the combination of chocolate and oranges, then give this martini a try. The orange liqueur is a subtle but wonderful addition to this decadent and heavenly chocolate martini! If you happen to have Godiva White Chocolate Liqueur then add 1/2 ounce Original and 1/2 ounce white chocolate.
- Pour ingredients into a cocktail shaker filled with ice and shake.
- Pour into 2 chilled martini glasses rimmed with chocolate syrup.
I was not sure I'd like this because of the orange liqueur. But there was just a hint of orange which was very nice. I used Fat-Free half-and-half to make this. The only problem I had with this was, that as made, it was only enough for 1 serving, not 2. LOL I will be making this again. Made for *Comfort Cafe Game Snowqueen Round 2010* Theme *Shaken not Stirred*
Wow, this was a strong drink! I guess I'm not that used to drinking this much alcohol in a cocktail. It was quite good though, everyone quite liked it. We made some soft ganache and drizzled it on the inside of the glass before pouring the martini.
As I don't have Godiva original chocolate liqueur, I used cappucino liqueur from Godiva also. The taste is so yummy. Even DH liked it (and I didn't tell him there was baileys in it LOL). Thanks Cheryl. Made for Beverage tag.