Monday, April 19, 2021

Tiramisu Martini

I mentioned I don’t have a huge sweet tooth in my last post, and that cheesecake is my favorite dessert. Tiramisu is a close second. Very close! And if both are on the menu? That’s a damn difficult decision to make! Mental note: I need to find a restaurant that has tiramisu cheesecake on the menu. But until then I have this tiramisu martini…

I was looking for something different to make the other night and I came across a recipe for Tiramisu Martinis. Clearly, this would be the one to catch my eye because it is coffee-flavored. So I mixed it up and it came out really tasty!

Recipe Author: Mo at A Cup of Mo
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The Ingredients

Four types of liquor, cream, and ice. Not a ton of ingredients, but kind of a lot for a cocktail. At least for me. Fortunately, I was able to find smaller bottles of the Bailey’s, amaretto and Kahlua. I don’t drink sweet liqueurs that often, so the 375ml size worked out perfectly for me. And I’m sure I can find recipes to use the vanilla vodka. Perhaps another tiramisu martini (darn it all!).

Tiramisu Martini Ingredients

The Process

What can I say? My tiramisu martini was really easy to make. I had my glass garnished and my cocktail shaken and poured in 2 1/2 minutes. And it turned out to be a very pretty drink if I do say so myself.

The chocolate syrup garnish was a first for me. The recipe does say to rim the glass with the syrup, but the author’s photo showed it drizzled in the glass. I decided to go that route since actually rimming the glass seemed like it might drip. This garnish was even easier, too, since all I had to do was squirt the syrup into the glass while I turned the stem.

So how was it?

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This cocktail is liquid tiramisu that will give you a little buzz. As I'm sure you assumed, it's sweet and creamy. There is a faint taste of alcohol, just like you find in an actual piece of tiramisu. A tiramisu martini is the perfect alternative to dessert when you're just too full. It needs to be sipped slowly and it satisfies your craving for a sweet treat.
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I'm Candice, and I'm The Hungry Pinner. I created this blog to share my love for cooking and my experiences with the MANY recipes I've found on Pinterest over the years. Join me as I blog my way through those recipes to find out if they are worth trying yourself.

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