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Black Cherry Martini

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Black Cherry Martini
  • Prep Time 2 min
  • Total Time 2 min
  • Servings 2
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Black Cherry Martini

Sweet cherry juice and vodka make the perfect martini—shaken, not stirred, of course.

Ingredients

2
oz. black cherry juice
2
oz. vodka
2
oz. lemon-lime soda
Sugar crystals, for rimming your glass

Directions

  • 1 Place sugar crystals in a shallow dish.
  • 2 Dip edges of martini glass in water. Run the wet rim of glass through sugar crystals to rim glass.
  • 3 Add cherry juice, vodka and soda to a cocktail shaker filled with ice. Shake well and strain into prepared glass.
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Sweet cherry juice and vodka make the perfect martini—shaken, not stirred, of course.

As prepared by Buns in my Oven,

Cherry season is nearly upon us and that means it’s time to start stocking up.

Personally, I’m all about cherry pie. In fact, as a child I entered a pie eating contest—my first experience with cherry pie. I loved it! I came in 3rd place out of 4 people, but I got 1st place in my heart.

However, cherries don’t have to live in pies. They can also live in your martini!

Let’s do this, shall we?

 

black cherry martini

You’ll need vodka, cherry juice, and some lemon-lime soda.

 

black cherry martini

Toss all of that goodness into a cocktail shaker with ice and shake, baby, shake. Obviously we take our martinis shaken and not stirred. Right?

 

black cherry martini

Strain all of that into a martini glass rimmed with some sugar and garnish with a fresh cherry.

 

black cherry martini

How gorgeous is this drink? I could sip these all night long!

 

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Tips  

Cherry vodka may be substituted for regular vodka.

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