Detroit martini

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Detroit martini
Detroit martini
  • Serves: 1

Fresh mint martini shaken or stirred? Either way this martini has a refreshing twist.


  • Vodka, to fill a cocktail glass
  • Fresh mint leaves


  1. Shake vodka with fresh mint. Pour into a cocktail glass.

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The Detroit Martini I had last night in Pickadilly was awesome. It was vodka with lime juice and fresh spearmint leaves, shaken in ice and strained, then spearmint leaves placed on top as a garnish. I don't think it would have been nearly so delicious with peppermint leaves. Also, the lime juice was brilliant -- it brought out the mint flavor just perfectly.

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