St. Patrick’s Day will soon be here and Bailey’s Irish Cream is a favorite of mine to serve on this fun day. I love to experiment with different cocktail recipes year round, but I really enjoy them for special holidays. This International Incident Martini is a creamy and delicious cocktail that will really get your party started.
It is easy to see where the drink go its name. Bailey’s Irish Cream – Ireland √ ~Frangelico – Northern Italy √ ~ Kahlua – Mexico √ ~ Vodka – Russia √, and Amaretto – also Northern Italy. Put them all together in one glass and you have an International Incident!
Time to make an International Incident Martini.
I decided to decorate my martini glass with a chocolate. It gives the cocktail a nice presentation and also adds some chocolate flavoring to the drink. See how to decorate a martini glass with a chocolate drizzle. The spirit mixture is this:
- Bailey’s Irish Cream
Place some ice in a cocktail shaker and add your spirits. Shake until the alcohol is well combined.
Strain the drink into the prepared martini glass.
For a bit of extra flavor, use a citrus grater to grate in some dark chocolate. This will also add some extra color and flavor to the top of the drink.
Enjoy. Drink responsibly!
Do you have a favorite drink that you like to serve on St. Patrick’s Day? What is it?
- ¾ ounce of Kahlua
- 1½ ounce of Bailey's Irish Cream
- ¾ ounce of Amaretto
- 1 ounce of good quality Vodka
- ¾ ounce of Frangelico
- Drizzle the inside of a martini glass with melted chocolate. Place in the fridge to set.
- Place the ice into a cocktail shaker and add the spirits. Shake will.
- Strain the alcohol into the prepared martini glass and serve.
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