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Cocktails: French Martini


First created in the 1980s in New York and is hailed as the driving force behind the flavoured Martini craze of the late 1980s/90s, yet it lacks the key ingredient that gives the classic martini its character: vermouth. Instead, like many of the drinks that sprung up during the 90s cocktail renaussance, it's named for the glass it's served in; Martini. 

The purpose behind shaking the drink is to chill it, but it also introduces small chips of ice into the drink. These chips melt and dilute it, producing a weaker flavour. If you want a stronger-tasting drink, mix the ingredients in this recipe in a mixing glass with a few cubes of ice for max 10 seconds. Stirred, not shaken.



  • 45ml Vodka
  • 15ml Black Raspberry Loqueur
  • 45ml Pineapple juice


How To

Add all ingredients to your cocktail shaker and shake with plenty of ice. Fine strain into a chilled Martini glass and garnish with a pineapple wedge on the rim. 

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