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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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JERZIGERL
19
11/26/2004

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.

caliboo
15
10/25/2005

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.

Elle
9
9/5/2008

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.