Cherry Breeze Martini

Cherry Breeze Martini

T L Dixon 8

"This recipe makes a wonderfully fruity martini! Garnish with a cherry or fresh pineapple wedge. "
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5 m servings
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  1. Fill a cocktail shaker with ice; pour the vodka, cranberry juice, and pineapple juice over the ice; shake vigorously; strain into a chilled martini glass.



Nice and simple, not too sweet. Makes for a pretty color in the martini glass, too.

I made a gallon of these for my wifes jewelery show. everyone loved them. will make again! thanks

Successful 1st try, which is saying a lot for this "bartender." We found this drink to be tasty and reminiscent of Hawaiian Punch with vodka or even of a light fruit cocktail syrup with vodka. ...

Tried this cocktail out a couple of weeks ago on a group camping trip, it was a big hit. We made up a big batch of them and served them from a 2 gallon jug. The fact that they are so easy to p...

Yummy and super simple to make being that it's equal parts of everything. I made a big batch of it at the beginning of my party so it as easy to just pour the mixture in the shaker and make sev...

Thoroughly enjoyed this Martini Recipe....I wanted to add a fresh cherry to the drink, but the market was a speared 3 maraschino cherries and added that....very tasty & cute!!

very delicious cocktail!! yummy cherry flavor with a light tropical twist. will make again and again! ;)

This was so much more cherry tasting than I thought it would be! It's in the fruity side so it's great for people like my sister who don't like harsh drinks. I just added another shot of vodka t...

Really refreshing and light drink for a hot summer evening. We did add 1/2 oz of marischino cherry juice to add a little more cherry flavor.