The combination of Vodka, Raspberry liqueur and pineapple juice make this quite a smooth, velvety and smooth fruity Cocktail.
The mixing of Raspberry and Pineapple is always a joy as it 'goes down' very easily and well.
- 2 shot Vodka
- 1/2 Shot Chambord Liqueur
- 1 & 1/2 Shot Pineapple juice
- Add all the ingredients into the Cocktail shaker over ice
- Strain into a ice-filled glass
- Garnish with a slice of pineapple
There is no evidence that a French Martini was first created in France nor by a Frenchman. It is believed to have been created in America during the late1980's or early 1990's - there is no conclusive evidence anywhere to substantiate this. Why it is called a Martini is also unclear as it does not contain Vermouth - the main constituent of a true Martini. During the early 1990's Martini's were all the craze when Sean Connery was at his height as James Bond. Justn about any Cocktail served in a 'V' shaped glass was considered a Martini. Perhaps this is the origin of the French Martini