Lemon Drop Martini with Coconut Sugar

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lemon drop martini with recipe

If you’ve ever sipped on a drink that made your eyes open wide with delight, then you will love this coconut sugar lemon drop martini. My friend, Ameneh, created this delightful lemon cocktail by adding the perfect amount of Lemoncello, vodka, and a giant splash of fresh lemon juice.  She took it to another level with the addition of a sweet coconut sugar rim.  Every sip creates the perfect balance of slightly sweet and perfectly sour.

I will warn you though, one glass is never enough. This drink is like sipping on the perfect little dessert. Once your glass is half empty, you may find yourself planning a second round. It’s really that good. Cheers!

Find my Meyers lemon coconut margarita recipe here for another refreshing cocktail idea!

I hope you enjoy this recipe! If you’ve made it please share it with me by tagging @culinary.butterfly on Instagram or @culinarybutterfly on Pinterest, or by using the hashtag #culinarybutterfly on Facebook

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Coconut Sugar Lemon Drop Martini Recipe Yum
Simple, mouthwatering Lemondrop martinis are simple to make and are an excellent choice to serve when entertaining a crowd both large or small.
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Instructions
  1. Fill martini shaker with 1 cup of ice.
  2. Add vodka, Lemoncello, and lemon juice (reserving 1 teaspoon for rimming glasses). Cover and shake for 10 seconds.
  3. Using 2 small plates, add reserved lemon juice to one plate and coconut sugar on the other. Dip each martini glass into the lemon juice turning it around until the edges are wet. Shake off any drops and dip into the sugar twisting around until the glass edges are coated.
  4. Add 3 frozen grapes or your favorite frozen fruit to each glass.
  5. Pour martini mixture into each glass and serve immediately.
Recipe Notes

Recipe Notes:

  • You can add your favorite frozen fruit to the bottom of the glass and enjoy them at the end of your drink.
  • Adding fresh lemon juice to the martini enhances the lemon flavor and mellows the flavor of the alcohol.

Recipe by Ameneh Gounilli for www.culinarybutterfly.com

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