Dabble In Libations

Let the merrymaking begin with this easy and delicious Candy Cane Martini, a festive no fuss cocktail that boasts class and sweetness and might even have your guests lingering around the mistletoe! Ho ho ho, wink wink! This cocktail pairs perfectly with chocolate mouse or chocolate chip brownies. Also, on a side note – tried a little something new called video content in the post today!  There is still so much room to grow in this area but that said, very excited to add this element in future posts and get creative with it. With just 3 more days until Christmas if you haven’t already begun to embrace the holiday spirit, embrace it with these spirits (and recipe) and remember to spread the cheer.



Crushed ice
Candy Cane & Chocolate syrup for garnishing
4 parts Godiva white chocolate liquor ( ounces)
2 ½ parts vanilla vodka (ounces)
1 ½ parts peppermint schnapps (ounces)


Drizzle a small amount of chocolate syrup in a spiral design inside the glass.
Fill a cocktail shaker half-way full with crushed ice.
Pour in all of the liquor ingredients and shake until well mixed.
Pour contents of shaker into the martini glass.
Place a small peppermint candy cane along the edge of the glass.



We hope you like the recipe and video feature.  Let us know if there are any holiday recipes we should try,  we’re always on the lookout! Happy Holidays!

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