We’ve shared tons of cocktails recipes with you over the years, like our classic go-to’s and fun novelty cocktails for special occasions. And let’s not forget all the amazing seasonal cocktails we’ve shared.
But, today’s roundup is all about martini recipes. There are a lot of unique ones to choose from!
If you’re looking for mocktail recipes, Emma shared her favorite hot and cold mocktails in this post. So many good options made with simple ingredients (that taste amazing).
Let’s start with the basics. A classic martini is incredibly easy to make, but we have a little tip (that makes it even better) in our post, how to make a vodka martini.
If you love chocolate and the classic taste of a vodka martini, it doesn’t get any better than an at-home chocolate martini. Don’t forget about the best part (adding plenty of chocolate syrup to your glass).
This rose pomegranate martini is infused with white rose tea, and it even has petals on the rim of the glass. So pretty!
Eggnog is one of those drinks that you either love or strongly dislike. Ha! Either way, this egg nog martini is perfect for the holidays with the addition of amaretto, plenty of nutmeg, and cinnamon sticks for garnish.
It’s hard to beat a refreshing lemon drop martini, especially if you love a citrusy cocktail. Emma included a mocktail version of this recipe in the post using on of our favorites—Seedlip non-alcoholic spirits.
Need a little pick-me-up? Here’s the recipe for an easy espresso martini. You can even use espresso powder to speed up the process if you don’t want to mess with the brewing process.
Another novelty “dessert” option is a caramel apple martini. Doesn’t it sound sooo good? And, it only has three ingredients, so it’s an easy drink to throw together for friends.
It’s hard to resist a fresh key lime martini. It tastes even better in the summer time, preferably poolside (an inflatable pool definitely counts).
We dare you to find a better fall-time cocktail that this spiced pumpkin pie martini (It’s is like the PSL of martinis). And, we didn’t skimp on the garnish for this recipe—we’re talking graham crackers, honey, cinnamon, and a tiny slice of pumpkin pie.
If you’re looking for a non-dairy option, try our maple pumpkin martini. YUM.
Cranberry juice is a standard mixer in the cocktail world, but this cranberry martini takes it up a notch with the addition of fresh ginger. Such a delicious combination!
If you can’t resist a good snickerdoodle cookie, imagine if a martini was based from it. This snickerdoodle martini is rich and decadent (oh, and it’s pretty, too.)
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Cheers to you! xo, The ABM Team