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Caramel Martini

Caramel Martini

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For those of us with a sweet tooth. This needs to be served really cold in order to get the flavors to blend. Shake it in a cocktail shaker until it becomes frothy and frosted.

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  1. Place the vodka, butterscotch schnapps, and iced tea into a shaker with the ice. Shake until the shaker has a coating of frost on the outside. Use a squeeze bottle to coat the inside of a martini glass with a spiral of caramel. Strain the liquid from the shaker into the glass and serve.
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it was a very strange substance. extremely strong and didn't have any caramel taste to it at all. I was expect something more sweet than strong...definatly something to be drinking if you were looking to get buzzed not a social drink.


How can this be called a caramel martini when the only caramel is on the glass, not mixed in the drink? This is really not very good, and we won't make them again.


It does not have a caramel taste because the vanilla vodka dominates. the correct way should go as follows: Caramel apple martini: 1 granny smith apple sliced paper thin - float in marting glass. 1 martini shaker 2 jiggers premium vodka 2 jiggers vanilla vodka 1.5 jigger butter schnapps 1/2 jigger apple pucker 1 jigger cranberry juice always taste before serving and adjust flavors to your liking. if you want a sugar rim i recommend melting a few carmels, ligtly dip your martini glass in the caramel sauce and than dip in sugar or splenda.