Chocolate Martini

"This is served at the bar in The Tides Hotel, South Beach, Miami, FL. Incredible."
 
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photo by Mamas Kitchen Hope
Ready In:
6mins
Ingredients:
5
Serves:
1
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ingredients

  • sweetened cocoa powder
  • 1 12 ounces vanilla vodka, chilled
  • 1 12 ounces white Creme de Cacao
  • 1 chocolate Hershey chocolate kiss
  • godiva chocolate-flavored liqueur
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directions

  • Wet the rim of a chilled martini glass with water, then dip the rim in cocoa powder (optional).
  • In a cocktail shaker half filled with ice, add the vodka and creme de cacao.
  • Shake vigorously and pour into the martini glass.
  • Drop a Hershey's kiss into the glass and top with a splash of Godiva chocolate liqueur.

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Reviews

  1. Linorama
    An out-of-this-world martini! I think the vanilla vodka is what makes this drink so special. The splash of Godiva gives it a beautiful color effect, and the Hershey's kiss adds fun! To rim the glasses I used Ghiradelli double chocolate hot chocolate mix. Thanks Nurse Di for an incredible recipe and for my 3-martini headache this morning!
     
  2. Jodid
    I made this for Valentines Day and it was delicious! Loved it!
     
  3. Mamas Kitchen Hope
    This was delicious. I had a hard time getting the cocoa powder to the glass so I dipped the rim in chocolate syrup then the cocoa powder. Yum! It would be great rimmed with chocolate syrup then maybe chocolate sprinkles. hmmmm This is a really special drink both in appearance and taste! Would be great for a party or just an evening by the fire. Thanks for sharing this!
     
  4. Gail Blue Eyes
    My hubby and I always invite a few friends over for Valentine's Day to celebrate instead of going out. I served these totally outta-sight martinis. I rimmed the glasses with the chocolate powder which looked so cool. I used Stoli's vanilla vodka and chilling it before hand is important. Gave me a chocolate rush like you wouldn't believe. Won't forget this one for a while. Thanks Nurse Di.
     
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