Martinis Gone Wild

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by giniger on Flickr

Just up the sidewalk from where I work is a cute little restaurant called Hurricane Kates. They invented this lovely little pink cocktail called a "Martini Gone Wild". It has the refreshing aroma of grapefruit but there is none in the recipe, must be the blood orange and lemon working together.

Warning: I find these highly addictive and table dancing may ensue.


In a shaker combine:

ice

1 oz. X-rated fusion liqueur (pink vodka infused with blood orange, mango & passion fruit)

1 oz. lemon infused vodka

1 oz. pineapple juice

splash of cranberry juice (seriously just a splash)

Shake, strain into a martini glass and garnish with the peel of a lemon.

"Love this drink! Make these and I'm comin' over, and after two or three I'm yours."


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by fotowski on Flickr

What's your favorite cocktail? 34 comments

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St.James 7 years ago from Lurking Around Florida

I have to be wild without martinis or any booze for that manner. I can still appreciate what you got going on...


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Randy Behavior 7 years ago from Near the Ocean Author

Some are natually wild, eh St. James?


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St.James 7 years ago from Lurking Around Florida

Even a Saint can be sinner... I'm livin' proof.


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Christoph Reilly 7 years ago from St. Louis

So when are you coming over? The Hurricane Kates are getting warm. Plenty of dancing tables to choose from!


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Teresa McGurk 7 years ago from The Other Bangor

I used to drink this (you might like it on a really hot day): in a tall glass, add ice plus one shot Cointreau, one shot dry vermouth, fill it up with Tonic Water and add two slices of cucumber and a straw. It has various names, none of them repeatable here. Oh no: I tell a lie -- it was called an "Irish Sheila" one summer when I finally convinced a barman I was serious about the contents. It's very refreshing, in an alcoholic sort of way. . . .


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Randy Behavior 7 years ago from Near the Ocean Author

Just gotta grab my dancing shoes Chris!

Teresa, sounds interesting and I love cucumbers.


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Florida Keys 7 years ago from Jewfish Key Florida

Might as well be a healthy alcoholic! But give me Rum and Jimmy Buffet. I'll even sing for you while you dance.


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Cris A 7 years ago from Manila, Philippines

sounds nice. summer's here in my part of the world at least :D


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Christoph Reilly 7 years ago from St. Louis

Hi Randy! tick, tock. Hi Randy! tick, tock. Randy? tick, tock.


C. C. Riter 7 years ago

Were I younger and single i might be tempted. I'll stick with my Glenfiddich


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Randy Behavior 7 years ago from Near the Ocean Author

Damn Randy, that sounds like fun... and very Floridian.

Ah, I wish it were summer here Cris! Alas its Martinis and rain for me.

Chris, I got terribly lost. I stopped and asked directions though, and these nice young men said they didn't recognize your street. They said they'd would fix me a drink and build me a table instead. Such nice boys and what a night, I'm just heading home now.

C.C., nice recipe to know for the ladies though!


C. C. Riter 7 years ago

Can't argue with that. heh, heh


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sixtyorso 7 years ago from South Africa

Lovely hub Makes me thirsty but a nice bottle of chilled savignon blanc or a new generation rose with sushi would suit me


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Randy Behavior 7 years ago from Near the Ocean Author

Sixtyorso, I like wine too, but I usually drink Cabs or Pinots. With sushi though, a little plum wine mixed with saki is delicious.


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sixtyorso 7 years ago from South Africa

Plum wine and saki mmm. I also like Merlot and some Pinotages but red is for evening drinking, whites and rose for the day. I sometimes make up a cocktail with coke zero and Merlot (half half) a sort of a coke spritzer or a poor man's Sangria (no fruit).


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Randy Behavior 7 years ago from Near the Ocean Author

Sixtorso, I'll drink Chardonnay on a warm day but I'd rather have red almost always. Coke and Merlot... dunno about that combo!


C. C. Riter 7 years ago

yep! LOL


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gwendymom 7 years ago from Oklahoma

This drink sounds delicious, I think it might make me dance on a few tables too.


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Randy Behavior 7 years ago from Near the Ocean Author

Guaranteed after a couple Gwendymom!


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Randy Behavior 7 years ago from Near the Ocean Author

Bad, here's a hint first give me a couple of Martinis, THEN tell me your intentions.


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Randy Behavior 7 years ago from Near the Ocean Author

You must have shore leave Bad. I'll wait till Monday for that Martini then... shaken not stirred.


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Mighty Mom 7 years ago from Where Left is Right, CA

LOL, RB. Isn't martinis gone wild redundant? As in wet water, cold snow, or Coors Light -- if something already is a certain way, describing as that way is unnecessary.

Still, it's obvious your favorite bevvie has a stimulating effect on the libido. You and BC99 seem to have a little private rendez-vous planned. be careful you don't make Christoph Reilly or Sixty jealous:-). Meanwhile, bottoms up!! MM


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Randy Behavior 7 years ago from Near the Ocean Author

Ya, it looks like cocktails aboard his ship on Monday and I may need a chaperone. Seems like a long time from now... I'm thirsty. Wanta go grab a couple MM? Surely its girls night somewhere!

And mighty mom, isn't redundant? Hello! ;)


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Tiptopcat 7 years ago from London, UK

Am watching Sex & The City right now. I would definitely swap my cosmopolitan for a fabulous "Martini Gone Wild". Cheers.


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Randy Behavior 7 years ago from Near the Ocean Author

Cheers Tiptopcat!


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Randy Behavior 7 years ago from Near the Ocean Author

I will come aboard Captain Bad, IF, you promise to behave yourself. The miss behaving is my shtick!


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Miss Behaving 7 years ago from Memphis, TN

xtra xtra dirty vodka kettle one martinis, of course! make em' glow green i say


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Randy Behavior 7 years ago from Near the Ocean Author

You the girl. I'm a pansy ass. I like my booze to taste like fruit, lol.


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ThunderCattle 7 years ago from WESTERN NE.

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Randy Behavior 7 years ago from Near the Ocean Author

Thanks for stopping by Thunder.


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Moonchild60 7 years ago

That soiunds fantastic and I will absolutely be making it. I love chocolate martinis made with Godiva liquer, I had one just last night at dinner, but theres this one restaurant my husband and I go to alot and she knows me and starts making the Raspberry Martini as soon as I walk in the door. I love hers she makes the best! Thank you for the recipe, it is timely, sounds like a perfect summertime bbq drink.


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Randy Behavior 7 years ago from Near the Ocean Author

I like the chocolate one too!!!!!! Finding the xrated vodka for this one is the tough part but worth it. Cheers.


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trooper22 7 years ago from Chicago

"Love this drink! Make these and I'm comin' over, and after two or three I'm yours."

Just my luck, you learn the secrets to a girls heart after you're no longer on the market. Such is life. Looks like a tastey drink, I'll have to borrow that recipe.


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Randy Behavior 7 years ago from Near the Ocean Author

No, poetry is still the way to my heart. A couple of Martini's Gone Wild "would" have got you something though. lol.

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