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Southern French Martini

Southern French Martini

Delicious fruity, sweet vodka & liqueur drink.
Course Cocktail
Cuisine French
Keyword Souther French Martini
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Servings 1
Calories 175kcal
Cost $2.00



  • 1 oz Vodka Can be any. Rock Town is my go to vodka. Vanilla, raspberry or pineapple would be my choice if you want to use flavored.
  • 1 oz Chambord You may choose any raspberry liqueur, but I have listed my choice.
  • 2 oz Fresh or Dole Pineapple Juice If you choose another it can change the taste...a lot.
  • 1/2 - 1 oz Pineapple Infused Simple Syrup Does not have to have this ingredient. I only use 1/2 oz.

Pineapple Infused Simple Syrup - Fix in Advance

  • 1/4 cup Pineapple Juice
  • 1/4 cup Water
  • 1/4 - 1/2 cup Sugar or Stevia I only use 1/4 but most recipes call for equal parts sugar to liquid.


  • If you are making a "Southern" French Martini you will want to go ahead and prepare your simple syrup ahead of time. Should be refrigerated & ready to mix. Shake well before you pour into measuring glass.
    You want to put a 4-6 cubes of ice in shaker, add all ingredients. Shake thoroughly to cause the pineapple to froth. (That's my favorite part!) Let it rest after the shake to fully froth for 20 seconds or so. That was a lie... I love it all.
    I frequently double all the amounts if I have a larger glass, or company over, but I never put more than that in the shaker at one time.
    All the ingredients for the Southern French Martini

Pineapple Infused Simple Syrup

  • Add all the ingredients bring to a boil till sugar is dissolved 1-2 minutes. If possible to make ahead and refrigerate for best results. Will last in refrigerator for up to 2 weeks.

Garnishes and Glasses

  • The sky's the limit. I usually add frozen fruit to my glass,
    my preference is some type of berry or pineapple. Any of those can be used on
    cocktail sticks (fresh fruit is best for this, but I have used frozen). You can
    rim your glass with sugar for a different take. Classic martini glasses work
    great but are not necessary. We've used mason jars, metal insulated wine
    glasses, and champagne flutes. Just whatever makes you happy. Make it work for
    your life or theme. Send me pictures of what you do.

    Froth on the top of a Southern French Martini


Calories: 175kcal