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Kitchen Sink Martini

Beloved The Mixologist strikes again – I asked for a “fun” drink last weekend, and this is what he handed me.

Kitchen Sink Martini

Kitchen Sink Martini

serves me, happily

1 part watermelon-flavored vodka

1 part blueberry-flavored vodka

1 part orange-flavored vodka

Splash raspberry liqueur

Splash ginger liqueur

Combine all ingredients in a cocktail shaker with ice; shake and strain into a chilled martini glass.  Garnish with two fresh blueberries and a sliver of  red carrot and a sliver of yellow carrot.

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9 comments

Michele says:

I bow to Beloved’s mixing abilities. Sounds wonderful.

Lori says:

Yum! And I love the name! :)

LPC says:

Or you can follow the tradition of some of my family and just fill the kitchen sink with gin:).

Mama Badger says:

Beloved strikes again. He could be a bartender in his next life!

What is a red carrot?
Inquiring minds want to know …..

You and your red carrots.. ;-)

Looks like there’s going to have to be a trip to the liquor store in my future…I wonder if they sell kitchen sinks? ;)

BM says:

Now I have an alias? The “Mixologist” Does that mean I can just post as “BM”?

Aliceson says:

That sounds delicious! And how fun are those flavored vodkas!?

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