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Ruby Red Grapefruit Martini

Rated as 4.82 out of 5 Stars

"Super quick and tasty grapefruit martini! Serve immediately with a lemon or grapefruit rind garnish if preferred."
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10 m servings 241
Original recipe yields 1 servings (1 martini)


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  1. Pour sugar onto a small plate. Wet the rim of a martini glass with cold water; dip rim in the sugar to coat.
  2. Fill cocktail shaker with ice; pour in grapefruit juice, vodka, and triple sec. Cover shaker with lid and shake. Strain and pour mixture into prepared martini glass.

Nutrition Facts

Per Serving: 241 calories; 0.1 31.1 0.3 0 10 Full nutrition

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So good! I love pink grapefruit juice and this was the perfect refreshing drink on this warm Labor Day weekend. My guests really enjoyed it too, well until we ran out of vodka! I made it exactly...

So wonderful. I used fresh squeezed Ruby Red and it was delish!

This was refreshing on a HOT summer afternoon! I do not have 'martini' glasses,I also didn't have the triple sec, hence the 4 stars. This was very delicious non the less. Thank you KAC2!

Made as written, these were very good. I liked the tartness from the grapefruit juice combined with the sweet of the triple sec and sugar. I plan to make these again.

Very refreshing cocktail for Spring/Summer. If I’m a hurry(or no fresh grapefruits on hand) I use Ruby Red grapefruit juice w pulp from refrigerated carton (Tropicana or similar brand).

Tasty! I didn't use the sugar, my triple sec bottle was empty so I used OJ. As good as this was it will be even better with triple sec! Thanks for a great recipe! Update: I made a pitcher wit...

yum, sweet and tart at the same time!

Love grapefruit cocktails! I didn't really like the sugar on the rim.

I cannot drink any citrus juice but I can do fresh squeezed. I double this recipe and do not use the sugar rim. It is delicious every time. Reasoning behind doubling: most ruby red grapefrui...