Love Potion French Martini Cocktail Recipe | My Harry Potter Kitchen III (Recipe 21)
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This week, we've got LOVEly drink with a magical twist for you to try!
This week we're moving onto Chapter Five of the Prisoner of Azkaban "The Dementor" where we find our next recipe:
"Mrs. Weasley was telling Hermione and Ginny about a love potion she'd made as a young girl"
Sounds like love is in the air - again!
Last year during the Chamber of Secrets we served up a magical love potion recipe with edible glitter so this year I wanted to create, not one, but two versions of a drink I LOVE - The French Martini!
This easy french martini love potion recipe can be served as a non-alcoholic or alcoholic cocktail - perfect for your next Harry Potter Dinner Party! With a simple trick to decorate your cocktail glasses, you can turn this iconic drink into an even more magical potion!
If you've been looking for an easy french martini recipe follow this simple step-by-step recipe to learn how to make love potions at home!
Love Potion Recipe Ingredients
(measurements for 1 cocktail each)
For the non-alcoholic French Martini Love Potion recipe:
50ml pomegranate juice
75ml pineapple juice
juice of half lime
For the alcoholic classic French Martini love potion:
75ml pineapple juice
raspberry powder or edible gold and silver glitter
honey (to decorate)
French Martini Love Potion Method:
To begin, prepare your martini glass decoration by dipping a brush into the honey and painting a line inside your glass - as it's My Harry Potter Kitchen I've gone for a signature lightning bolt. Cover the honey with raspberry powder or glitter and tip out the excess. Place the glasses in the fridge to set (Wizard Tip! For a longer lasting effect you can also freeze the glasses)
To create strawberry hearts, wash the fresh strawberries and cut out 1 cm slices with the skin-side showing. Use a heart cutter to cut out your heart shape.
For the non-alcoholic love potion French Martinit recipe. Fill a cocktail shaker halfway with ice and pour over the pineapple juice and pomegranate juice. Roll the lime on a work surface to help release the juice and then cut in half. Squeeze half the juice in the shaker too. Place a lid on top and shake hard for 30 seconds.
For the alcoholic classic French Martini. Fill a cocktail shaker halfway with ice and pour over the pineapple juice, vodka, and chambord. Place a lid on top and shake hard for 30 seconds.
Remove the glasses from the fridge or freezer and strain the drink in, shaking out the foam. Garnish with the strawberry hearts and additional powder and serve immediately.
Viola! Creating your own love potion cocktail has never been easier!
I can't wait to see them!
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