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Recipes from Crystal Springs in New Jersey.
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Molly’s Irish Cream
If you need a little extra energy to get through your St. Patrick’s day celebrations but still want to have a good time, this simple cocktail is sure to do the trick.This recipe is courtesy of Molly’s Irish Cream.
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Espresso Martini
Recreate the classic espresso martini in your home: It really is very simple.This recipe is courtesy of Josh Mazza at Seamstress.
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Emerald Martini
Recipe Courtesy of James Kruecher, director of food & beverage, McCoy’s Oceanfront, Fort Lauderdale Marriott Pompano Beach Resort & Spa.Sip this emerald cocktail to get in the holiday spirit.
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Cranberry
SKYY Infusions Coastal Cranberry captures the bright essence of cranberry with a dry, alluring aroma, and lively taste that is both sweet and tart, giving the cocktail a festive twinkle.This recipe is courtesy of SKYY.
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A delicious cocktail for a true chocoholic. This drink is great for holidays or a celebration of any kind.This recipe is courtesy of garnishwithalemon.com.
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Martini
The martini is an elegant and timeless choice of drink. Itmay look fancy and sophisticated, but it’s easier to make than you think. To make one, all you need is gin and vermouth. The rest is optional.This recipe is courtesy of Chow Hound. 
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Pistachio Martini Recipe
This comes from Roaring Fork in Scottsdale, Arizona.
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Best Martini Recipe
Mango Martini recipe from Latin American favorite restaurant, Jaguar Ceviche, in Miami.
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kim crawford kiwi martini
Skip the fruit salad and go straight for Kim Crawford's Kiwi Martini. The drink combines fresh kiwis and other fresh juices to make you feel like you’re in the tropics no matter the season. This recipe is provided by Kim Crawford Wines.
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mermaid martini
Carnival Cruise Line’s master mixologists Miro Kljajic  created a special, limited edition cocktail called the Mermaid Martini. This vibrant multicolored drink is garnished with a hibiscus flower that will change color as guests start to sip. Although it'll be offered on the Carnival fleet, you can also make it yourself at home.   Note: The hibiscus flower will change color after couple of minutes as you sip on your Mermaid Martini due to the drink's temperature change. When the drink is cold, the hibiscus flower will turn red, orange, or yellow. As the drink temperature rises, the tropical flower will turn blue, purple, pink, or white.
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If you're not turning your pumpkins into a DIY keg, you can still mix them into your martinis. At Long Beach, N.J.'s Avenue brasserie, general manager Thierry Carrier has whipped up a fall favorite into a fall cocktail — or dessert. 
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