Rudolph-Tini

Rudolph-Tini

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"Cinnamon sticks and a cherry are used as the antlers and reindeer nose on the edge of the glass for garnish!"

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5 m servings
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  1. Pour the vodka, hazelnut liqueur, rum, and half-and-half into a cocktail shaker over ice. Cover, and shake until the outside of the shaker has frosted. Strain into a chilled martini glass; garnish with the cinnamon sticks to look like antlers, and the cherry on the rim to look like a nose.
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Yummy! My husband suggested a dash of nutmeg on the top, and it really pulled it together (not to mention making the presentation a little nicer -- brown like a deer!)

Really good, but a bit too strong (and I am a big martini drinker!). Just cut the vodka by half and the recipe is perfect.

I thought it was good but my guests felt like this was very strong! The kids idea with chocolate milk was a hit. Make sure you use a very shallow glass so the antlers stand up.

This was a great idea, a little bit strong for us, but so cute. I even put chocolate milk in martini glasses for the kids and garnished with the cherry and cinnamon sticks. Thanks for sharing ...

Brilliant!

The presentation is cute, but the flavor just didn't appeal to me. It's not bad, just not a favorite.

This is an adorable holiday drink and everyone got a kick out of it. I followed other reviewers' suggestion and used half the amount of vodka which worked out well for us.