The Best Chocolate Martini Recipe

The Best Chocolate Martini Recipe is here, now there are many types of chocolate martinis, some are made with Godiva chocolate liquor, some are made with Cask and Cream Chocolate Temptation some have Baileys Irish Cream and some don’t. After a bunch of trial and error and feedback from friends and party goers I have finally created a masterpiece. It’s like the adult version of your favorite piece of chocolate melted down then chilled, served in a martini glass. Now this is maybe more like a dessert martini or after dinner martini but they are delicious any time you drink one. Now of course everybody’s taste buds are different so if you have a special twist or another way of making the chocolate martini please feel free to comment below, I would love to hear from you. This martini recipe is part 1 of an ongoing hubpages many series on the different types of chocolate martinis. Enough small talk lets get down to business my friends, ( I mean that! you are all my friends)

But First feel free to try some of my other award winning recipes:

Coton Candy Martini    Key Lime Pie Martini    Pineapple Upsidedown Cake Martini

Jello Shot Recipe    Buffalo Chicken Dip Recipe     Wing Sauce Recipe

                          Chocolate Cream Pie Martini        Jello Shots

 

What’s inside:

Making the perfect Chocolate martini really comes down to taste and personal preference, I prefer Godiva chocolate liquor, pinnacle vanilla vodka and dekuyper creme de cacao but really any brand will make a great chocolate cocktail. Most recipes like this call for cream or ½ & ½  and I usually use milk so whatever you can get your hands on will be fine.

 

The Specifications:

  • 1 ½ ounce Godiva chocolate Liquor
  • ½ ounce creme de cacao clear
  • 1 ounce pinnacle vanilla vodka
  • 1 ½  ounce ½ & ½  or milk will work

Prepare The Glass & Mixology:

Now you can prepare you chocolate martini glass several different ways, some use a little simple syrup on a sponge to moisten the rim of the glass and then dust with coco powder, some take chocolate syrup and drizzle the inside of the glass and you can also chill the chocolate martini glass and dip it in magic shell, the chocolate around the martini glass will instantly harden around the rim. As far as mixing, fill your cocktail shaker full of ice, add your ingredients and shake away. Pour into your prepared martini glass, sprinkle a little shaved milk chocolate and enjoy. This makes 1 martini, if you would like to make a whole shaker just multiply the ingredients. Well there you have it, The best chocolate martini recipe, up next will be the Chocolate Cream Pie Martini and trust me you do not want to miss it so check back often or subscribe to may hubs or feeds, if you have any comments or questions be sure to leave them below and I will answer them the best I can.

Ma halo my friends... Mike

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sue 5 years ago

Just flew in from Savannah. Find out what LuLu's chocolate bar martini is made. Its amazing & nothing like your recipes you mentioned.


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FreezeFrame34 4 years ago from Charleston SC

MMM! This looks and sounds delicious! Reminds me of the very first chocolate martini I ever consumed- in Vegas. MMM. Thanks for bringing back the redolent memories! .....Where is my vodka and chocolate syrup?.....I'm going to check out your other recipes too!


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jezebellamina 4 years ago from Dallas, TX

Your photo looks JUST like the way I make my white chocolate martinis! This recipe sounds delicious. I usually just make mine with the Godiva white chocolate liqueur and vanilla vodka. I made them last Valentine's Day, garnished with a chocolate covered chocolate strawberry. They were divine :)

Voted up & interesting. Thanks for sharing!

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