Pretty much the adult version of one of our childhood candy store favorites. Tart yet sweet, the Lemon Drop is typically drank as a shot or straight up in a martini glass. Sugar the rim of your glass for an added kick of sweetness.
Originally created for Chambord's worldwide promotion, the key ingredient to this drink is the Chambord liqueur. The unique feature for this drink is that it was created specifically for a liqueur, which means substituting it would leave a bland taste.
In this lighter version of the classic gin Martini, St-Germain provides the perfect balance of flavors: the botanicals of the gin, the wine notes of the vermouth, and the fruity notes of St-Germain.
A quirky and complicated man, Winston Churchill was known for his love of libations. When asked how he would like his gin martini prepared he replied “I would like to observe the vermouth from across the room while I drink my martini." Served chilled and neat, this drink contains nothing more than gin and ice in close proximity to a bottle of vermouth. Wacky and unique just like it's name sake.
A variation on the French Martini, this recipe replaces pineapple for the more exotic, Carribbean flavor of mango. Chambord is one of our favorite cocktail additions -- when we restock our bar, we always make sure a bottle of this is on the list.
This cider honey martini is Fall in a glass! It’s the perfect balance of sweet and tart thanks to yummy ingredients like apple cider, fresh lemon juice, Honey Jack, and a pinch of cinnamon.
Apple martinis, also known as Appletinis, are the perfect combination of tart, sweet, and a little sour. There are a few different ways that people make this cocktail but you really can't go wrong. The bright color and fresh apple wedge make it a fun cocktail to serve and very easy to drink.