Candy Red Apple Martini

Candy Red Apple Martini

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"It's not tart, it's soooo smooth and sweet!"


5 m servings
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Original recipe yields 2 servings


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  1. Pour the butterscotch schnapps, vodka, apple schnapps, and cranberry juice into a cocktail shaker over ice. Cover, and shake until the outside of the shaker has frosted. Strain into a chilled martini glass to serve.
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  1. 26 Ratings


This is one of my favorite martinis--add some caramel syrup to the rim of the glass--a bit sticky but tasty! Or you can even swirl some caramel syrup in the bottom of the glass before pouring t...

Mmmm this was perfect for the monthly girls' night in that I host! We all enjoyed...went well w/ our apple pie shots :D

Im in heaven. Im making these for haloween (candy apple...) but wanted to make one for myself today to make sure I really liked it. I DO!!! Yummy yummy YUMMMY. i better be careful with this one.

Had a ladies night yesterday and tried this for the first time. What a hit! I couldn't make them fast enough.

Really good mart....a bit too much sour apple for me (ended up using half the amount called for). The end result was really good...headace material for sure.

Pretty good! We set up a martini bar for our large get together on Easter, and this was one of the drinks we offered. Of those who did drink the martinis, I think it was the second most popula...

I found this recipe in 2008, and my husband and I tried it on our honeymoon! WOW, very nice. Now we make it a tradition on our anniversary to have our cocktail together just like our honeymoon. ...

Sooo very sweet! Lovely aftertaste though. Definately an after dinner dessert sipping drink!

Very good drink - made with cheap Vodka, then made with Absolute, much better with the Absolute