Butterscotch Martini Recipes

butterscotch martinisMany of you have asked us the recipe for our beloved Butterscotch Martinis…well, here’s our classic as well as some variations we’ve heard over the years.

Classic:  2 parts buttershots, 2 parts Bailey’s, 1 part vanilla vodka.  Shaken over ice and poured into a martini glass.  Extra points if you drizzle the glass with caramel or butterscotch syrup before pouring.  YUM!

Option 1:  1 1/2oz vanilla vodka, 2 1/2oz butterscotch schnapps.  Shaken over ice.

Butterscotch Truffle Martini:  2oz vodka, 1oz butterscotch schnapps, 1 Splash Creme de Cacao.  Blend with ice and serve in a chilled glass.

Option 2: 2 parts Vodka, 1 part butterscotch schnapps, 1 part chocolate liqueur

Option 3:

  1. Fill a shaker three-fourths full with ice. Add the creme de cacao, vodka and schnapps.
  2. Cover and shake for 10-15 seconds or until condensation forms on outside of shaker. Divide chocolate chips between two chilled cocktail glasses; strain butterscotch mixture over chips. Yield: 2 servings.

We obviously prefer our main classic, but I might have to try that Butterscotch Truffle Martini.  That sounds GOOD!!

butterscotch martinis1Which one would you try first??  Because you KNOW you have to try them all! 🙂

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8 thoughts on “Butterscotch Martini Recipes

  1. As much as i love butterscotch, I don’t know if I can try these though they look good. But that doesn’t mean I won’t be adding them to my cocktail recipe collection. 🙂

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