Warm spices - without a hint of pumpkin - make this Holiday Spice martini the perfect drink to sip throughout the fall and right into the Holiday Season.
Makes 1 cocktail
Prepare your coupe or martini glass:
Combine cinnamon and sugar in a shallow dish.
Wet rim of glass with water or a little half and half.
Carefully dip the rim in the cinnamon sugar mixture until the rim is coated.
Set glass aside.
Make your cocktail:
Shake it up!
Strain into your prepared glass.
Garnish with a sprinkle of nutmeg or cinnamon on top.
Tips for Holiday Spice Martini
- You can use a lower fat milk, but it will reduce the creaminess.
- Find the recipe for cinnamon syrup on my DIY Cocktail Syrups page.
- If you don't have Orleans bitters, substitute aromatic bitters or leave out the bitters entirely.
Enjoy your Holiday Spice Martini with some Slow Cooker Savory Spiced Nuts.