Concord Cosmopolitan Martini Recipe -
Concord Cosmopolitan Martini Recipe
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Concord Cosmopolitan Martini

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"Great martini or cosmo depending where you live! I use Ciroc vodka which isn't like any other vodka because it is distilled from fine French grapes. You can actually taste the grape in the vodka!"

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Original recipe makes 2 small martinis Change Servings
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    5 mins

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  1. Pour the vodka, Cointreau, and grape juice into a cocktail shaker over ice. Cover, and shake until the outside of the shaker has frosted. Strain into a chilled martini glasses to serve.
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Mar 12, 2009

Very tasty! But I wouldn't call it a cosmo, I'd call it a grapetini and add a 3 or 4 frozen sweet GREEN (green so you can see them) grapes to the bottom of the martini glass before pouring. I'd go a bit heavier on the vodka too. (Plenty of room for the extra as my martini glasses are HUGE LOL!)

Most Helpful Critical Review
Jul 24, 2011

DH rated a 2 as it was too sweet for him. Even knowing how sweet it would be, I thought it deserving of only a 3. I love grape and orange together but this was just too grapey. For the second round, I doubled the orange (used Triple Sec because that's what was opened) and added 1/2 t. lime juice. It made just a tad over 3 drinks (I have regular sized martini glasses). Would I make it again? Yes, but for friends who do enjoy drinks on the sweet side...or just for me when I wish to have something different.


15 Ratings

Jan 12, 2009

Very, very good but just a teeny bit sweet for me. I added a bit of lime juice that really added the "tang" I needed.

Aug 31, 2008

Fantastic! Added a little orange slice for garnish. However, this only made one serving. I own a very large martini glass. Thanks.

Sep 05, 2008


Feb 24, 2009

These are simply the best sweet martinis I have ever had. I'm enjoying one right now! I can my own grape juice in the summer, uummm...

Oct 16, 2011

Very tasty and enjoyable with a squeeze of fresh lime to make it pop and taste more like a Cosmo. Nice blend of ingredients that are portioned well. I didn't find it too sweet at all. If you think you might then add grape juice 1 oz. at a time. Garnish with an orange or lime wheel or both.

Sep 23, 2011

This is yummy! I used juice I made myself from fresh concord grapes and no sugar added. Not too sweet, just delicious.


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