The Caramel Martini is definitely a taste experience. Like most candy-tinis, it’s all alcohol. But there’s not a hint of gin or vodka anywhere near this recipe. You get hazelnut, an almost buttery vanilla flavor and butterscotch, all mixed up into a wonderful caramel flavor.
You can definitely enjoy a Caramel Martini as a dessert drink, but it’s less sweet than a B52. You might think of this one as an alcoholic replacement for caramel coffee drink – good for sipping along most any time, even with some meals, and definitely a nice accompaniment on a night out.
- 2 ounces Frangelico
- 1 ounce Vanilla Royale
- 1 ounce DeKuyper Buttershots liqueur
- Caramel syrup
Drizzle caramel syrup on the inside of a chilled. Fill a with ice and pour the liquors in. Shake thoroughly, then strain into the drizzled glass.