Concord Cosmopolitan Martini

Concord Cosmopolitan Martini

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NYPD K9 COP 29

"Great martini or cosmo depending where you live! I use Ciroc vodka which isn't like any other vodka because it is distilled from fine French grapes. You can actually taste the grape in the vodka!"

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  1. Pour the vodka, Cointreau, and grape juice into a cocktail shaker over ice. Cover, and shake until the outside of the shaker has frosted. Strain into a chilled martini glasses to serve.
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Paula W
3/12/2009

Very tasty! But I wouldn't call it a cosmo, I'd call it a grapetini and add a 3 or 4 frozen sweet GREEN (green so you can see them) grapes to the bottom of the martini glass before pouring. I'd go a bit heavier on the vodka too. (Plenty of room for the extra as my martini glasses are HUGE LOL!)

Amy Heironimus Castle
1/12/2009

Very, very good but just a teeny bit sweet for me. I added a bit of lime juice that really added the "tang" I needed.

Ken 3393
8/31/2008

Fantastic! Added a little orange slice for garnish. However, this only made one serving. I own a very large martini glass. Thanks.