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I have served these at two parties now to rave reviews. So refreshing! The only danger is it is easy to have too many! I would suggest playing with the amounts a few times before serving to guests. My first few were way to strong and the flavor was bitter, we ended up cutting the liquor almost in half and it was much better. We also made these in small pitchers so everyone could self-serve and it worked well.
I am a diehard cosmopolitan drinker and thought this one sounded good so I gave it a try. I used cran/raspberry juice and added a bit more juice than called for (2.5oz) and loved it! Cheers and thanks for the recipe.
I made this in a large pitcher for a party and it was delicious- I added more cranberries juice but it was still potent! Everyone loved it (including the guys) and wanted more but I ran out of cranberry juice.
We have just recently started to play around with martini's but I must say this is an excelent drink. I always like to start with the exact recipe and wait until after I have tasted it to make changes. This recipe doesn't need a thing! The quantity of ingredients listed does make for a small drink each for 2 servings but it fit great in my glass as 1 serving! The only change I would consider is to add a little more juice to weaken this drink for the less experienced drinker since this one dooesn't taste like it is very strong.
Awesome recipe - everyone always loves it. A word of warning - it's easy to become overserved! I cut down the vodka by about 25% to help with that a bit. I also use light or diet cranberry juice (or my favorite - light cran-pomegranate). For parties I divide a bottle of juice in half scale the recipe for 32 ounces of juice (21 servings) and make it right in the cranberry juice bottle.
I will not make this again following this recipe. It tasted watered down and barely like cranberry. To make this drinkable I had to add undiluted frozen cranberry juice fresh lemon juice and a bit of simple syrup.
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