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The Dark Side Martini

The Dark Side Martini


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Ingredients

  • 1 1/2 Ounce black rum
  • 3/4 Ounces crème de cacao
  • 1 Cup ice
  • Black food coloring
  • 1 Tablespoon brown sugar

Directions

Add black rum, crème de cacao, ice, and 1 or 2 drops black food color to a martini shaker. In a small bowl, add brown sugar and 1 drop black food coloring. Mix with fork until all sugar is black. Wet rim of martini glass with water. Dip rim into sugar. Strain martini into glass and serve.


THE QUARANTINI COCKTAIL

This fun take on a martini has a bright, neon green color and sweet, fruity flavor. It’s a delicious way to get a bit of Vitamin C, kill a few germs with some vodka, and survive being stuck at home.

These days it seems like everybody is coming up with a tongue-in-cheek, adult libation to sip on as we socially isolate and deal with the uncertainty of Covid-19. Some include Vitamin C powder or lots of citrus juice. A few I saw had so much alcohol, that I’m not sure you could stay coherent after drinking one. I sure couldn’t.

For this recipe, I went for that glow-in-the-dark, neon green that looks like something out of a Sci-Fi movie. I only wish I could’ve gotten my hands on a bit of dry ice to make fog coming out of the glass. How cool would that have been?

HERE IS WHAT YOU NEED FOR THIS QUARANTINI

  • Vodka. You could swap in gin or tequila as well.
  • Midori, which is a melon liqueur but any green liqueur would work – like Sour Apple Schnapps or Chartreuse.
  • Lemon juice or lime, orange, grapefruit juice. You’ll want to cut the sweetness of the Midori.
  • Lemon/Lime soda or any type of clear soda that you enjoy

EQUIPMENT USED IN THIS RECIPE

    – pretty, functional, and kinda fun to play with. – these glasses are pretty AND inexpensive, so when ‘THAT’ friend breaks one, it’s no big deal.

If you are willing to try this cocktail, you may need a legitimate one for later. This Vodka Tom Collins is refreshing and light. Or a Brazilian Caipirnha Cocktail can make you forget about a global pandemic for a while. Or cap off the evening with a sweet, chocolatey Ultimate Chocolate Martini.

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THE QUARANTINI COCKTAIL

This fun take on a martini has a bright, neon green color and sweet, fruity flavor. It’s a delicious way to get a bit of Vitamin C, kill a few germs with some vodka, and survive being stuck at home.

These days it seems like everybody is coming up with a tongue-in-cheek, adult libation to sip on as we socially isolate and deal with the uncertainty of Covid-19. Some include Vitamin C powder or lots of citrus juice. A few I saw had so much alcohol, that I’m not sure you could stay coherent after drinking one. I sure couldn’t.

For this recipe, I went for that glow-in-the-dark, neon green that looks like something out of a Sci-Fi movie. I only wish I could’ve gotten my hands on a bit of dry ice to make fog coming out of the glass. How cool would that have been?

HERE IS WHAT YOU NEED FOR THIS QUARANTINI

  • Vodka. You could swap in gin or tequila as well.
  • Midori, which is a melon liqueur but any green liqueur would work – like Sour Apple Schnapps or Chartreuse.
  • Lemon juice or lime, orange, grapefruit juice. You’ll want to cut the sweetness of the Midori.
  • Lemon/Lime soda or any type of clear soda that you enjoy

EQUIPMENT USED IN THIS RECIPE

    – pretty, functional, and kinda fun to play with. – these glasses are pretty AND inexpensive, so when ‘THAT’ friend breaks one, it’s no big deal.

If you are willing to try this cocktail, you may need a legitimate one for later. This Vodka Tom Collins is refreshing and light. Or a Brazilian Caipirnha Cocktail can make you forget about a global pandemic for a while. Or cap off the evening with a sweet, chocolatey Ultimate Chocolate Martini.

heart solid heart solid icon


THE QUARANTINI COCKTAIL

This fun take on a martini has a bright, neon green color and sweet, fruity flavor. It’s a delicious way to get a bit of Vitamin C, kill a few germs with some vodka, and survive being stuck at home.

These days it seems like everybody is coming up with a tongue-in-cheek, adult libation to sip on as we socially isolate and deal with the uncertainty of Covid-19. Some include Vitamin C powder or lots of citrus juice. A few I saw had so much alcohol, that I’m not sure you could stay coherent after drinking one. I sure couldn’t.

For this recipe, I went for that glow-in-the-dark, neon green that looks like something out of a Sci-Fi movie. I only wish I could’ve gotten my hands on a bit of dry ice to make fog coming out of the glass. How cool would that have been?

HERE IS WHAT YOU NEED FOR THIS QUARANTINI

  • Vodka. You could swap in gin or tequila as well.
  • Midori, which is a melon liqueur but any green liqueur would work – like Sour Apple Schnapps or Chartreuse.
  • Lemon juice or lime, orange, grapefruit juice. You’ll want to cut the sweetness of the Midori.
  • Lemon/Lime soda or any type of clear soda that you enjoy

EQUIPMENT USED IN THIS RECIPE

    – pretty, functional, and kinda fun to play with. – these glasses are pretty AND inexpensive, so when ‘THAT’ friend breaks one, it’s no big deal.

If you are willing to try this cocktail, you may need a legitimate one for later. This Vodka Tom Collins is refreshing and light. Or a Brazilian Caipirnha Cocktail can make you forget about a global pandemic for a while. Or cap off the evening with a sweet, chocolatey Ultimate Chocolate Martini.

heart solid heart solid icon


THE QUARANTINI COCKTAIL

This fun take on a martini has a bright, neon green color and sweet, fruity flavor. It’s a delicious way to get a bit of Vitamin C, kill a few germs with some vodka, and survive being stuck at home.

These days it seems like everybody is coming up with a tongue-in-cheek, adult libation to sip on as we socially isolate and deal with the uncertainty of Covid-19. Some include Vitamin C powder or lots of citrus juice. A few I saw had so much alcohol, that I’m not sure you could stay coherent after drinking one. I sure couldn’t.

For this recipe, I went for that glow-in-the-dark, neon green that looks like something out of a Sci-Fi movie. I only wish I could’ve gotten my hands on a bit of dry ice to make fog coming out of the glass. How cool would that have been?

HERE IS WHAT YOU NEED FOR THIS QUARANTINI

  • Vodka. You could swap in gin or tequila as well.
  • Midori, which is a melon liqueur but any green liqueur would work – like Sour Apple Schnapps or Chartreuse.
  • Lemon juice or lime, orange, grapefruit juice. You’ll want to cut the sweetness of the Midori.
  • Lemon/Lime soda or any type of clear soda that you enjoy

EQUIPMENT USED IN THIS RECIPE

    – pretty, functional, and kinda fun to play with. – these glasses are pretty AND inexpensive, so when ‘THAT’ friend breaks one, it’s no big deal.

If you are willing to try this cocktail, you may need a legitimate one for later. This Vodka Tom Collins is refreshing and light. Or a Brazilian Caipirnha Cocktail can make you forget about a global pandemic for a while. Or cap off the evening with a sweet, chocolatey Ultimate Chocolate Martini.

heart solid heart solid icon


THE QUARANTINI COCKTAIL

This fun take on a martini has a bright, neon green color and sweet, fruity flavor. It’s a delicious way to get a bit of Vitamin C, kill a few germs with some vodka, and survive being stuck at home.

These days it seems like everybody is coming up with a tongue-in-cheek, adult libation to sip on as we socially isolate and deal with the uncertainty of Covid-19. Some include Vitamin C powder or lots of citrus juice. A few I saw had so much alcohol, that I’m not sure you could stay coherent after drinking one. I sure couldn’t.

For this recipe, I went for that glow-in-the-dark, neon green that looks like something out of a Sci-Fi movie. I only wish I could’ve gotten my hands on a bit of dry ice to make fog coming out of the glass. How cool would that have been?

HERE IS WHAT YOU NEED FOR THIS QUARANTINI

  • Vodka. You could swap in gin or tequila as well.
  • Midori, which is a melon liqueur but any green liqueur would work – like Sour Apple Schnapps or Chartreuse.
  • Lemon juice or lime, orange, grapefruit juice. You’ll want to cut the sweetness of the Midori.
  • Lemon/Lime soda or any type of clear soda that you enjoy

EQUIPMENT USED IN THIS RECIPE

    – pretty, functional, and kinda fun to play with. – these glasses are pretty AND inexpensive, so when ‘THAT’ friend breaks one, it’s no big deal.

If you are willing to try this cocktail, you may need a legitimate one for later. This Vodka Tom Collins is refreshing and light. Or a Brazilian Caipirnha Cocktail can make you forget about a global pandemic for a while. Or cap off the evening with a sweet, chocolatey Ultimate Chocolate Martini.

heart solid heart solid icon


THE QUARANTINI COCKTAIL

This fun take on a martini has a bright, neon green color and sweet, fruity flavor. It’s a delicious way to get a bit of Vitamin C, kill a few germs with some vodka, and survive being stuck at home.

These days it seems like everybody is coming up with a tongue-in-cheek, adult libation to sip on as we socially isolate and deal with the uncertainty of Covid-19. Some include Vitamin C powder or lots of citrus juice. A few I saw had so much alcohol, that I’m not sure you could stay coherent after drinking one. I sure couldn’t.

For this recipe, I went for that glow-in-the-dark, neon green that looks like something out of a Sci-Fi movie. I only wish I could’ve gotten my hands on a bit of dry ice to make fog coming out of the glass. How cool would that have been?

HERE IS WHAT YOU NEED FOR THIS QUARANTINI

  • Vodka. You could swap in gin or tequila as well.
  • Midori, which is a melon liqueur but any green liqueur would work – like Sour Apple Schnapps or Chartreuse.
  • Lemon juice or lime, orange, grapefruit juice. You’ll want to cut the sweetness of the Midori.
  • Lemon/Lime soda or any type of clear soda that you enjoy

EQUIPMENT USED IN THIS RECIPE

    – pretty, functional, and kinda fun to play with. – these glasses are pretty AND inexpensive, so when ‘THAT’ friend breaks one, it’s no big deal.

If you are willing to try this cocktail, you may need a legitimate one for later. This Vodka Tom Collins is refreshing and light. Or a Brazilian Caipirnha Cocktail can make you forget about a global pandemic for a while. Or cap off the evening with a sweet, chocolatey Ultimate Chocolate Martini.

heart solid heart solid icon


THE QUARANTINI COCKTAIL

This fun take on a martini has a bright, neon green color and sweet, fruity flavor. It’s a delicious way to get a bit of Vitamin C, kill a few germs with some vodka, and survive being stuck at home.

These days it seems like everybody is coming up with a tongue-in-cheek, adult libation to sip on as we socially isolate and deal with the uncertainty of Covid-19. Some include Vitamin C powder or lots of citrus juice. A few I saw had so much alcohol, that I’m not sure you could stay coherent after drinking one. I sure couldn’t.

For this recipe, I went for that glow-in-the-dark, neon green that looks like something out of a Sci-Fi movie. I only wish I could’ve gotten my hands on a bit of dry ice to make fog coming out of the glass. How cool would that have been?

HERE IS WHAT YOU NEED FOR THIS QUARANTINI

  • Vodka. You could swap in gin or tequila as well.
  • Midori, which is a melon liqueur but any green liqueur would work – like Sour Apple Schnapps or Chartreuse.
  • Lemon juice or lime, orange, grapefruit juice. You’ll want to cut the sweetness of the Midori.
  • Lemon/Lime soda or any type of clear soda that you enjoy

EQUIPMENT USED IN THIS RECIPE

    – pretty, functional, and kinda fun to play with. – these glasses are pretty AND inexpensive, so when ‘THAT’ friend breaks one, it’s no big deal.

If you are willing to try this cocktail, you may need a legitimate one for later. This Vodka Tom Collins is refreshing and light. Or a Brazilian Caipirnha Cocktail can make you forget about a global pandemic for a while. Or cap off the evening with a sweet, chocolatey Ultimate Chocolate Martini.

heart solid heart solid icon


THE QUARANTINI COCKTAIL

This fun take on a martini has a bright, neon green color and sweet, fruity flavor. It’s a delicious way to get a bit of Vitamin C, kill a few germs with some vodka, and survive being stuck at home.

These days it seems like everybody is coming up with a tongue-in-cheek, adult libation to sip on as we socially isolate and deal with the uncertainty of Covid-19. Some include Vitamin C powder or lots of citrus juice. A few I saw had so much alcohol, that I’m not sure you could stay coherent after drinking one. I sure couldn’t.

For this recipe, I went for that glow-in-the-dark, neon green that looks like something out of a Sci-Fi movie. I only wish I could’ve gotten my hands on a bit of dry ice to make fog coming out of the glass. How cool would that have been?

HERE IS WHAT YOU NEED FOR THIS QUARANTINI

  • Vodka. You could swap in gin or tequila as well.
  • Midori, which is a melon liqueur but any green liqueur would work – like Sour Apple Schnapps or Chartreuse.
  • Lemon juice or lime, orange, grapefruit juice. You’ll want to cut the sweetness of the Midori.
  • Lemon/Lime soda or any type of clear soda that you enjoy

EQUIPMENT USED IN THIS RECIPE

    – pretty, functional, and kinda fun to play with. – these glasses are pretty AND inexpensive, so when ‘THAT’ friend breaks one, it’s no big deal.

If you are willing to try this cocktail, you may need a legitimate one for later. This Vodka Tom Collins is refreshing and light. Or a Brazilian Caipirnha Cocktail can make you forget about a global pandemic for a while. Or cap off the evening with a sweet, chocolatey Ultimate Chocolate Martini.

heart solid heart solid icon


THE QUARANTINI COCKTAIL

This fun take on a martini has a bright, neon green color and sweet, fruity flavor. It’s a delicious way to get a bit of Vitamin C, kill a few germs with some vodka, and survive being stuck at home.

These days it seems like everybody is coming up with a tongue-in-cheek, adult libation to sip on as we socially isolate and deal with the uncertainty of Covid-19. Some include Vitamin C powder or lots of citrus juice. A few I saw had so much alcohol, that I’m not sure you could stay coherent after drinking one. I sure couldn’t.

For this recipe, I went for that glow-in-the-dark, neon green that looks like something out of a Sci-Fi movie. I only wish I could’ve gotten my hands on a bit of dry ice to make fog coming out of the glass. How cool would that have been?

HERE IS WHAT YOU NEED FOR THIS QUARANTINI

  • Vodka. You could swap in gin or tequila as well.
  • Midori, which is a melon liqueur but any green liqueur would work – like Sour Apple Schnapps or Chartreuse.
  • Lemon juice or lime, orange, grapefruit juice. You’ll want to cut the sweetness of the Midori.
  • Lemon/Lime soda or any type of clear soda that you enjoy

EQUIPMENT USED IN THIS RECIPE

    – pretty, functional, and kinda fun to play with. – these glasses are pretty AND inexpensive, so when ‘THAT’ friend breaks one, it’s no big deal.

If you are willing to try this cocktail, you may need a legitimate one for later. This Vodka Tom Collins is refreshing and light. Or a Brazilian Caipirnha Cocktail can make you forget about a global pandemic for a while. Or cap off the evening with a sweet, chocolatey Ultimate Chocolate Martini.

heart solid heart solid icon


THE QUARANTINI COCKTAIL

This fun take on a martini has a bright, neon green color and sweet, fruity flavor. It’s a delicious way to get a bit of Vitamin C, kill a few germs with some vodka, and survive being stuck at home.

These days it seems like everybody is coming up with a tongue-in-cheek, adult libation to sip on as we socially isolate and deal with the uncertainty of Covid-19. Some include Vitamin C powder or lots of citrus juice. A few I saw had so much alcohol, that I’m not sure you could stay coherent after drinking one. I sure couldn’t.

For this recipe, I went for that glow-in-the-dark, neon green that looks like something out of a Sci-Fi movie. I only wish I could’ve gotten my hands on a bit of dry ice to make fog coming out of the glass. How cool would that have been?

HERE IS WHAT YOU NEED FOR THIS QUARANTINI

  • Vodka. You could swap in gin or tequila as well.
  • Midori, which is a melon liqueur but any green liqueur would work – like Sour Apple Schnapps or Chartreuse.
  • Lemon juice or lime, orange, grapefruit juice. You’ll want to cut the sweetness of the Midori.
  • Lemon/Lime soda or any type of clear soda that you enjoy

EQUIPMENT USED IN THIS RECIPE

    – pretty, functional, and kinda fun to play with. – these glasses are pretty AND inexpensive, so when ‘THAT’ friend breaks one, it’s no big deal.

If you are willing to try this cocktail, you may need a legitimate one for later. This Vodka Tom Collins is refreshing and light. Or a Brazilian Caipirnha Cocktail can make you forget about a global pandemic for a while. Or cap off the evening with a sweet, chocolatey Ultimate Chocolate Martini.

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