I Glitterally Can't
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I Glitterally Can’t

I Glitterally Can't
I Glitterally Can’t

I Glitterally Can’t

While in Nashville, TN I went to The Hampton Social for dinner. There Bethany suggested that I try her most popular cocktail, I Glitterally Can’t. I found this drink to be so interesting because it uses strawberry gin and passion fruit liqueur. What a great specialty martini! And I love the pink glitter!!!!! Watch Bethany show you how to make this drink!

I Glitterally Can't
I Glitterally Can’t

If you like glam cocktails, especially ones with pink glitter, then this one is for you! The I Glitterally Can’t martini is made with strawberry gin, passion fruit liqueur and sparkling rose, topped off with glitter balls. It doesn’t get any better than this. Oh, yes it does, it tastes fabulous! Thank you, Bethany!

Ingredients that you’ll need to make I Glitterally Can’t

I Glitterally Can't Ingredients
I Glitterally Can’t Ingredients

You’ll need a strawberry gin, passion fruit liqueur, sparkling rose and lemon juice.

Next the unusual item. In order to make glitter balls you will need a few blueberries and an edible glitter powder made for food and drinks. I found the edible glitter powder here.

Food and Drink Glitter
Food and Drink Glitter

Bar Tools

OXO Steel Cocktail Shaker
OXO Steel Cocktail Shaker

Finally, you can’t make a great martini without a great shaker. I have at least a dozen shakers but this one from OXO is by far my favorite. It doesn’t leak, and the cap is a measuring cup that will measure from 1/2 ounce to 1.5 ounces. And it is dishwasher safe! You can’t go wrong with OXO.

And don’t forget the chilled martini glass. Nothing is worse than a martini in a warm glass. Check out these 2 that I highly recommend. Joy Jolt set of 6 martini glasses in multi-colors and Crafthouse by Fortessa, set of 4 martini glasses. They are both dishwasher safe. Joy Jolt is a short martini glass, good for stacking in the freezer and the Crafthouse by Fortessa is tall and elegant. I love them both!

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I Glitterally Can't
I Glitterally Can’t, pictured in the Fortessa martini glasses

Easy I Glitterally Can’t Martini Directions

Fill the shaker half full of ice. Add the gin, passion fruit liqueur, and lemon juice. Shake well for 10 seconds then pour it into a chilled martini glass. Top it off with the sparkling rose. Garnish with blueberries then sprinkle on the glitter powder. It’s amazing!

I Glitterally Can't
I Glitterally Can’t

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I Glitterally Can't

I Glitterally Can’t

While in Nashville, TN I went to The Hampton Social for dinner. There Bethany showed me how to make her most popular cocktail, I Glitterally Can't. I found this drink to be so interesting because it uses strawberry gin and passion fruit liqueur. What a great specialty martini! And I love the pink glitter!!!!!
Prep Time 5 mins
Total Time 5 mins
Course Cocktail, Drinks, Happy Hour
Cuisine American
Servings 1 Drink

Ingredients
  

  • 1 Ounce Strawberry Gin
  • 1/2 Ounce Passion Fruit Liqueur
  • 1/4 Ounce Lemon juice
  • Sparkling Rose To top off your drink
  • Glitter sugar for garnish
  • Blueberries for garnish You can dust the blueberries with glitter sugar in advance to make Glitterballs
  • Chilled martini glass

Instructions
 

  • Fill a shaker half full of ice
  • Add to the shaker the gin, passion fruit liqueur and lemon juice
  • Shake for 5 seconds
  • Pour the strained contents of the shaker into a chilled martini glass
  • Top it off with the sparkling rose
  • Add blueberries to a cocktail pick and place them in the martini glass. Sprinkle with glitter sugar for garnish
Keyword Cocktail, Easy, Galentine’s Day, Gin, Happy Hour, Martini, Passion Fruit Liqueur, Recipe, Sparkling Rose, Valentine’s Day

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