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Halloween Eyeball Martini – A Beautiful Mess


This spooky martini recipe is a fun take on the lychee martini. Eyeballs are made from lychee fruit and berries. I love making festive twists on classic drinks to fit the seasons and holidays. This Halloween martini is really fun to make.

If you’re planning a Halloween party, this is a fun recipe to add to your menu!

More Halloween cocktails: Halloween Jello Shots, Spider Bite Cocktail, Halloween Punch Bowl.

ingredients

  • vodka -The main spirit in this martini is vodka.
  • Orange liqueur -I used Grand Marnier.
  • Lychee puree – I found mine here.
  • Lychee fruit – I used Canned litchi.
  • blueberry– To the eyeballs.

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The best glass to serve a Lychee Martini is Classic martini glass.

in Cocktail shakerCombine vodka, orange liqueur, and lychee puree with ice. Shake for 15 seconds until icy cold.

Pour into a martini glass to serve.

Use blueberries inside lychees to make eyeballs. use Cocktail stick To bring them together and garnish your drink.

Tips for making

  • This drink is balanced but not too sweet. If you prefer a sweeter martini, add 1/2 ounce to 1 ounce of simple syrup to this recipe before shaking.
  • If you don’t like vodka, I recommend substituting it with gin for a different take on this recipe. You can also try flavored vodka, such as vanilla.
  • If you want to add more color to your cocktail, you can garnish it with an extra lemon wedge.

More Halloween party recipes:

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directions

  • in Cocktail shakerCombine vodka, orange liqueur, and lychee puree with ice.
  • Shake for 15 seconds until icy cold.

  • Pour into a martini glass to serve.

  • Use blueberries inside lychees to create eyeballs. Use a cocktail stick to garnish drinks.

Notes

  • This drink is balanced but not too sweet. If you prefer a sweeter martini, add 1/2 ounce to 1 ounce of simple syrup to this recipe before shaking.
  • If you don’t like vodka, I recommend substituting it with gin for a different take on this recipe. You can also try flavored vodka, such as vanilla.
  • If you want to add more color to your cocktail, you can garnish it with an extra lemon wedge.

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Nutritional facts

Halloween eyeball martini

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*Percent Daily Values ​​are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

Note: Nutrition is automatically calculated using Spoonacular, for your convenience. Where appropriate, we recommend using your own nutrition calculations.



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