Recipe by got2swmfree
"An exquisite after-dinner cocktail. Potent and spicy notes going down with a nice long, cooling dark chocolate finish. Styled after some Mexican chocolate cupcakes I adore, and the more traditional Mexican hot chocolate. The key to any great martini is good liquor, use the best you have and you won't be disappointed."
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2 fluid ounces
1/2 fluid ounce
1/4 fluid ounce
coffee flavored liqueur
1/4 fluid ounce
Wow! These are strong! I didn't have Chocolate vodka, so I just used regular vodka. I've been needing a recipe to use my cinnamon schnappes in, and I think I found it! Mmmmm!
These were the "hit" at my holiday party - make sure to have designated drivers at the ready as they can sneak up on you!
I had two friends over for a "martini sampling night" and my husband found this one on the internet--- we all liked it!
This is delightful. The addition of the cinnamon schnapps adds the perfect amount of jazz, differentiating it from other chocolate martinis. I made it plain, and also with the glass lined with melted dark chocolate, and both were wonderful. Obviously, the glass lined with melted dark chocolate enhanced the chocolate flavor, but I recommend trying both methods.
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