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Martinis Gone Wild

Updated on May 27, 2010
by giniger on Flickr
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."


by fotowski on Flickr
by fotowski on Flickr

What's your favorite cocktail?

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    • Randy Behavior profile imageAUTHOR

      Randy Behavior 

      9 years ago from Near the Ocean

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

    • trooper22 profile image

      trooper22 

      9 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.

    • Randy Behavior profile imageAUTHOR

      Randy Behavior 

      9 years ago from Near the Ocean

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

    • Moonchild60 profile image

      Moonchild60 

      9 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.

    • Randy Behavior profile imageAUTHOR

      Randy Behavior 

      9 years ago from Near the Ocean

      Thanks for stopping by Thunder.

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      ThunderCattle 

      9 years ago from WESTERN NE.

      nice info on the thoughts of us men and what we think of breasts would like you to join my fans list and if you need any of my feed on this subject i would feel glad to talk about it while we get to know each other

    • Randy Behavior profile imageAUTHOR

      Randy Behavior 

      9 years ago from Near the Ocean

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

    • Miss Behaving profile image

      Miss Behaving 

      9 years ago from Memphis, TN

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

    • Randy Behavior profile imageAUTHOR

      Randy Behavior 

      9 years ago from Near the Ocean

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

    • Randy Behavior profile imageAUTHOR

      Randy Behavior 

      9 years ago from Near the Ocean

      Cheers Tiptopcat!

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      Victoria Virgo 

      9 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.

    • Randy Behavior profile imageAUTHOR

      Randy Behavior 

      9 years ago from Near the Ocean

      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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      Susan Reid 

      9 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

    • Randy Behavior profile imageAUTHOR

      Randy Behavior 

      9 years ago from Near the Ocean

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

    • Randy Behavior profile imageAUTHOR

      Randy Behavior 

      9 years ago from Near the Ocean

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

    • Randy Behavior profile imageAUTHOR

      Randy Behavior 

      9 years ago from Near the Ocean

      Guaranteed after a couple Gwendymom!

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      gwendymom 

      9 years ago from Oklahoma

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

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      C. C. Riter 

      9 years ago

      yep! LOL

    • Randy Behavior profile imageAUTHOR

      Randy Behavior 

      9 years ago from Near the Ocean

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

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      Clive Fagan 

      9 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).

    • Randy Behavior profile imageAUTHOR

      Randy Behavior 

      9 years ago from Near the Ocean

      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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      Clive Fagan 

      9 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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      C. C. Riter 

      9 years ago

      Can't argue with that. heh, heh

    • Randy Behavior profile imageAUTHOR

      Randy Behavior 

      9 years ago from Near the Ocean

      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!

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      C. C. Riter 

      9 years ago

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

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      Christoph Reilly 

      9 years ago from St. Louis

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

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      Cris A 

      9 years ago from Manila, Philippines

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

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      Florida Keys 

      9 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.

    • Randy Behavior profile imageAUTHOR

      Randy Behavior 

      9 years ago from Near the Ocean

      Just gotta grab my dancing shoes Chris!

      Teresa, sounds interesting and I love cucumbers.

    • Teresa McGurk profile image

      Sheila 

      9 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. . . .

    • Christoph Reilly profile image

      Christoph Reilly 

      9 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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      St.James 

      9 years ago from Lurking Around Florida

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

    • Randy Behavior profile imageAUTHOR

      Randy Behavior 

      9 years ago from Near the Ocean

      Some are natually wild, eh St. James?

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      St.James 

      9 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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