King Cake Martini Recipe

Make this King Cake Martini for a fun and festive cocktail for your Mardi Gras party. This is a lusciously creamy, sweet dessert martini that combines all the wonderful flavors of the traditional Mardi Gras King Cake into a really addictive cocktail.

 

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King Cake Martini

King Cake Martini

Course: Beverages, Cocktail, cocktails, Dessert
Cuisine: Amercian, cajun, cocktails, creole, French, New Orleans
Prep Time: 4 minutes
Servings: 1 drink
Author: Kelly D

Deliciously sweet and creamy King Cake flavored martini - perfect for a Mardi Gras party.

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Ingredients

  • 2 oz Chila ‘Orchata Or RumChata
  • 2 oz Pinnacle King Cake Vodka
  • 1 oz Licor 43

  • 1 oz Frangelico or Amaretto
  • purple, gold or multi-color cocktail sugar optional

Instructions

  1. In a cocktail shaker filled with ice add all ingredients and shake until an ice layer begins to form.

  2. Optional - Wet rim of martini glass and rim with cocktail sugar of your choice.

  3. Strain and pour in a sugared (optional) martini glass.

Recipe Notes

 

Licor 43, is a Spanish liqueur, with 43 ingredients, thus the name. It is made from citrus and fruit juices, flavored with vanilla and other aromatic herbs and spices. Once you've tried this you'll use this in lots of other cocktails. But you can substitute a drop of vanilla extract and get a similar flavor profile. 

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