Total Time
Prep 2 mins
Cook 0 mins

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.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Pour ingredients into a cocktail shaker filled with ice and shake.
  2. Pour into 2 chilled martini glasses rimmed with chocolate syrup.
Most Helpful

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*

Charlotte J February 02, 2010

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.

horseplay May 03, 2009

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.

Boomette August 21, 2008