Saucy lurrves cupcakes. Saucy lurrves martinis. It was only a matter of time (and finding the right ingredients) before Saucy figured out how to combine her two great favourites into one.
Introducing: the Cupcake Martini. If you can imagine a chilled glass of liquid red velvet, this is it. With a kick.
You'll need to start with a little buttercream in a piping bag. This is why we never throw away leftover buttercream. Swirl about a tablespoon onto the rim of a clean martini glass and add some sprinkles, shaking out the excess that fall into the bottom of the glass. Put the glasses upright into the freezer for the buttercream to set and adhere to the glass securely. Plus, you want the glass nice and frosty.
In a martini shaker over ice, mix:
One ounce (1 oz.) Mozart Chocolate liqueur
One ounce (1 oz.) Pinnacle Whipped Cream vodka
Half ounce (.5 oz.) Absolut Vanilia vodka
Half ounce (.5 oz.) Van Gogh Dutch Chocolate vodka
Shake vigorously and pour into chilled glass. Take a deep breath of the aroma before your first sip. It will smell exactly like:
Oh, yes. It will.
Lurrve. Shaken, not stirred... with buttercream.