A Pretty in Pink Martini is perfect for Valentine’s Day, wedding or baby showers! A blend of X-Ray Fusion Liqueur, peach liqueur and fruit juices create the perfect, fruity flavor that everyone is sure to drink up.
This is literally, my go-to cocktail when I’m in the mood for a bit of sweetness with a kick. The flavors are just out of this world delicious and you won’t even notice you are drinking alcohol (danger, danger). What girl doesn’t love a bit of pink in their life, anyway? My poor husband is probably SO tired of all things pink around here with a house of girls.
If you are hosting a baby or wedding shower, don’t forget to have a couple of good themed cocktails. A White Chocolate Cranberry Pink Martini or Chocolate Covered Strawberry Martini are also great options to keep things Pretty in Pink.
I’m so ready for spring to hit, but this weather keeps teasing us with 20 degree temperatures followed by a day of 50 degree temperatures. Maybe, we should just start start drinking all the summer tropical drinks and the weather will get the hint! Watermelon Margaritas and Jamaican Rum Punch never get old and should be enjoyed year-round.
Do you have big plans for Valentine’s Day or prefer to stay at home and avoid the crowds? If you want to prepare a special meal for your honey, try Scallops in Brandy Cream Sauce with a side of Mushroom Risotto…SO good! Finish things off with a bang (no pun intended), with Baileys Molten Chocolate Lava Cakes and this Pretty in Pink Martini. Nothing beats an explosion of chocolate in your mouth.
If you love this Pretty in Pink Martini, visit my cocktail page for more inspiration. Anyone else ready for a good Easter brunch with plenty of french toast, pancakes and mimosas…get out of here winter!?
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- 3 oz. X-Ray Fusion Liqueur
- 1.5 oz. peach liqueur
- 1.5 oz. pineapple juice
- .75 oz. cranberry juice
- 1 strawberry; thinly sliced
Combine ingredients into a cocktail shaker with ice; shake until chilled.
Strain into a martini glass and top with sliced strawberries.
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