Your Weekend Tiki Bar Cocktail: Pumpkin MartiniPosted on November 26th, 2010 2 comments
I know Thanksgiving is over, but I gotta tell ya I’m still in the mood for it. We’ve got enough leftovers to last us through next weekend, so I thought it would be nice this weekend to try a little
• 1/2 oz cream liqueur
• 2 oz vanilla vodka
• 1/2 oz pumpkin liqueur or pumpkin spice syrup
• 1 tsp whipped cream
• cinnamon stick for garnish
Pour the cream liqueur and vodka into a shaker filled with ice. Shake it up nice, add the pumpkin liqueur or syrup and shake it up again. Strain this orangey-looking concoction into a chilled martini glass rimmed with cinnamon. Top with a teaspoon of whipped cream and garnish with a cinnamon stick.
A little history: Most people don’t know that this was a favorite among the pilgrims. In fact, although rarely told in history books, the reason the pilgrims and the native Americans got along so well that first year was that they were all smashed on Pumpkin Martinis. Once the vanilla vodka ran out, however…well, we know how that story goes.
-Tiki Chris reporting from the kitchen at Pirate’s Cove Tiki Bar, surrounded by 20 pounds of leftover turkey.Drink Recipies, Tiki Talk pumpkin cocktail, pumpkin martini recipe, tiki bar, tiki culture, Tiki Talk
We have lots of pumpkins here in Sicily, many of my relatives are actually growing them so this cocktail is very appropriate…very original too.
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