Recipe by MMM57
"This festive Autumn martini is like pumpkin pie in a glass. Try coating the rim of the glass with cinnamon sugar or sprinkle nutmeg on top as a garnish before serving."
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3 (1.5 fluid ounce) jiggers
pumpkin flavored liqueur
1 (1.5 fluid ounce) jigger
Tried it once as is and I kind of felt like there was something missing. I then made one with 2 jiggers pumpkin liqueur, 1 jigger rum and 1 jigger irish cream. With the irish cream it was just perfect. I shook it until my martini shaker was frosty. Very smooth and pumpkin-y. NOTE: This is quite strong. If you are a lightweight, you might want to cut it with a little club soda or more cream.
We made it with heavy cream instead of half-and-half. It was a little too sweet, but not horrible. Maybe better in small doses.
Everyone I made this for, thought it was horrible. I think it has alot to do with the brand of pumpkin liqueur that you use. Mine did not even taste like pumpkin in the first place.
My husband & I thought this was delicious! It's a nice pumpkin flavor without a powerful alcohol taste. We followed the recipe as is. The only "flare" was we added a dash of pumpkin pie spice to the top before serving. Great recipe!
Very smooth & just the right amount of sweetness. Sprinkled nutmeg on the top.
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