Chocolate Martini: the recipe

Just in time for the week-end!

There are many ways to make a chocolate martini. You can pick your
favorite spirit such as light rum, vodka or brandy as a base spirit to
mix with a chocolate liqueur. If you’re looking for a fruity taste,
pick a flavored vodka or rum such as citrus or raspberry… (more)

Thanks to Lezlie at Books’N Border Collies for the recipe. This is a great way to celebrate the conclusion of Book Blogger Appreciation Week. Speaking of which, congratulations to the winner: Meghan at Medieval Bookworm.

Enjoy (in moderation…)

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4 Comments to “Chocolate Martini: the recipe”

  1. Catherine Delors says:

    Congratulations, Meghan! A well deserved award. And I would love to hear your opinion of Mistress. Amy hasn’t given me the names of the winners yet…

  2. Meghan says:

    Thank you so much, Catherine! Lezlie’s recipe does look delicious – and so does your book, incidentally! I can’t believe I haven’t come across it before. If I don’t get lucky enough to win it through BBAW, I’ve got it waiting in my Amazon cart. =)

  3. Catherine Delors says:

    I am going to try it this week-end, Lezlie. I am not sure I can do the pretty swirls as in the picture, though… Thanks again for the recipe!

  4. Lezlie says:

    Cheers, Catherine!
    Books ‘N Border Collies

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