The Lisa-tini Martini

The Lisa-tini Martini

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Lisa Snell 0

"This is a recipe I created because I simply love champagne and wanted to treat my champagne to a little treat."

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  1. Fill a martini shaker half way with crushed ice, then add vodka and orange liqueur. Fill the rest of the way with champagne. Shake vigorously, and strain into a martini glass. Garnish with orange slices.
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laurentheexplorer
1/30/2008

I haven't had it but I had a thought on how to improve it at least: instead of adding all the ingredients to the cocktail shaker, add one jigger each lemon vodka and orange liquor, shake it with ice, strain to a martini glass and top with champagne... I can't imagine shaking the champagne would be a good idea either way... that might make it a little less "strong" but hey if its just the taste that sucks then I'd say look for the pomegranate champagne cocktail: that was SO good

Lupe D
4/12/2010

Very nice.... Try a Limosa: Champagne & Limoncello... aww so refreshing and tasty!!

sharper
12/26/2007

We did not care for this recipe. We had friends over last night and were drinking champagne so I figured I would try this recipe. What a waste of good champagne. Way too strong.