How to make it

  • Take the marischino cherries out of the jar, place individually on wax paper, and place in freezer. They help keep the drink cold, not to mention they absorb more of the raspberry flavor this way.
  • Mix the vodka, raspberry pucker, and juice together, set in fridge to keep cool.
  • Mix one drop of food coloring into a condiment-sized bowl with a little karo syrup. Apply to rims of the martini glasses.
  • Mix one or two drops with sugar on a small plate, or larger bowl, and dip the sticky rims in. The Karo syrup makes the rims look even more pink and helps the sugar adhere. I've tried other things like honey, and lemon juice, but I like how the Karo syrup works.
  • Chill glasses in the freezer until ready to serve. Put 2 cherries in each glass, and then fill with the martini mixture.
  • Enjoy!

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  • ygrec23 8 years ago
    A lot of work but they sound reasonable.
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  • mandmtwo 10 years ago
    This sounds really delicious. I will definately try it out! Thanks for the recipe!
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  • alaskanmom 11 years ago
    Sounds so refreshing...and I agree with krumkake, but why wait for friday?
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  • krumkake 11 years ago
    Oh my, I see a happy ending coming to my work week this Friday...sounds delicious!
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