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This was a great idea a little bit strong for us but so cute. I even put chocolate milk in martini glasses for the kids and garnished with the cherry and cinnamon sticks. Thanks for sharing this creative recipe
Wow! Really strong! I made them with lesser volumes of the alcohol and added the nutmeg as suggested by another person on here. The nutmeg really does finish off the drink so I definitely recommend that.
I loved the presentation so much but had to change the recipe to suit the crowd. Thanks for the heads up that the ingredients as written were too strong. I made it with equal amounts of vodka Frangelico and Baileys. It was great!
I love the idea of this drink and really wanted it to be a hit but sadly it wasn't. We're used to drinking martinis but we all agreed that this was very strong even for us. I feel like this drink is missing some sort of mixer that would cut the alcohol a little and add some color. In addition for the Rudolph thing to work you either have to use very small martini glasses without a lot of depth or very long cinnamon sticks - and I bought the only ones at my grocery store in standard length. Therefore they barely stick up from the glass and you lose the effect.