Apple Cider Martini is a wonderful seasonal cocktail that is light and crisp in flavor. It’s made with apple flavored vodka, cinnamon liqueur and homemade apple cider.
The wait is over for my Instagram followers!
At the beginning of this week, I posted a picture of this martini and I know many have been excited to get the recipe. Well, the recipe is here and it is a good one!
It’s a seasonal martini that is very simple to make but is full of flavor without being overwhelming. It’s actually very light and crisp but every sip you will take, you will want to savor. You can barely taste the alcohol because apple cider makes the whole drink very nice and smooth. Give it a try on a cool, Fall evening and you will be able to feel and taste all the wonders of this beautiful season.
Now, there are a couple of vodka options that you have here. Absolute came out with their seasonal flavor, which is Apple Ginger. I tried it and it was very good. You can use that one or you can get your classic green apple vodka. That is the one I used because I’ve always likes the way it tastes. Either vodka you choose, this martini will be the hit of the season!
(Remember, I have a recipe for a Homemade Apple Cider right here!)
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Apple Cider Martini
- 3 oz apple vodka
- 1 oz cinnamon liqueur
- 4 oz apple cider
- Splash of Grand Marnier
- Did I mention for easy thing is? Very easy!
- Combine all you ingredients with a some ice in a cocktail shaker. Shake well and strain the liquid into a martini glass.
- Garnish with an apple slice, sit back and enjoy!
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