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chocolate cherry martini


for chocolate lovers! sweet and strong! use this recipe #50395 for an eztra kick!


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  1. Fill a cocktail shaker with ice
  2. Add the chocolate
  3. Cherry liqueur and vodka to the shaker
  4. Shake very very briskly to mix and well chill
  5. Strain into a chilled martini glass that you drizzled the chocolate syrup into
  6. Garnish with chocolate covered cherries

Step 5

Total Time in Minute 5

Ingredients Count 6

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Chocolate-flavored liqueur

Cherry wine


Chocolate syrup

Chocolate-covered cherry

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