Vincent's Lemon Drop Martini

"I found this in a Van Gogh Vodka recipe booklet. It's a bit different than other Lemon Drops I've tried, with a nice mix of sweet and sour. Kind of like lemonade for grown-ups!"
Vincent's Lemon Drop Martini created by Vino Girl
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  • Sugar the rim of a chilled martini glass.
  • Shake the liquids with ice and strain into the glass.
  • Garnish with the lemon slice.

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  1. Ky Gal
    Super drink! I used Grey Goose Vodka and 1 tbs simple syrup...was fantastic! Thanks for sharing!
  2. jageesh
    Best one I've found so far!!
  3. ThinOne
    Haven't tried this... yet. I was just taken aback by the beauty of the photo and had to tell you. Breathtaking.
  4. Vino Girl
    Vincent's Lemon Drop Martini Created by Vino Girl
  5. CheekyBear
    My husband and I both loved this martini! I didn't have any Cointreau on hand so I substituted Triple Sec, and I used a packet of equal instead of the sugar! Feeling good!


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