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Yin Yang Martini Recipe – 2009 Drink of the Year

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Are you still drinking Cosmopolitan’s? That is so 90’s. The 2009 drink of the year is the Yin Yang Martini. Almost too pretty to drink.

Below is the official recipe courtesy of the website for restaurants and food service chefs.

I first learned of this at a holiday get-together this week at The Melting Pot  – a fondue restaurant that recently opened in the Dayton Ohio area.  It was a huge group and everyone was clearly impressed by this drink. 

Yield: 1 serving
Vanilla-flavored vodka1 oz.
White-chocolate liqueur1 oz.
White-chocolate mocha syrup1/2 oz.
Ice cream mix2 oz.
Crushed iceas needed
Dark-chocolate shavingsgarnish
Dark- and white-chocolate chipsgarnish

Blend ingredients; pour into 10-oz. martini glass. Garnish with chocolate shavings and alternating dark- and white-chocolate chips.

  1. WOW , Very nice ..smoooootttthhhh….cute presentation….expensive to make..but worth the oooohhhhsssss and ahhhhhhsssssss at the party…

  2. I love this drink! I get it everytime I go to The Melting Pot (not as often as I would like) and I can’t wait to try this at home. Thanks for sharing!!

  3. I had one of these at Melting Pot and I was hooked. I have been wanting to go back just to get this drink again. So I am really grateful for your recipe so I could try it out myself. I had a problem finding a couple of the ingredients so here’s what we did:

    1 shot of Absolute Vanilla
    1 shot of Godiva White Chocolate Liqour
    2 spoonfulls of Bryers french vanilla ice cream (instead of ice cream mix)
    1/2 shot glass of Ghirardelli white chocolate mocha powder (closest thing I could find to syrup)
    Ice cubes
    Lyndt 90% dark chocolate shaved on top (not in a design, just all over)
    RESULT? YUMMY!!!!!!

  4. I’m rather particular in that if the alcohol taste stands out too much, i don’t care much for the drink. I love this drink, its mixed so that the drink flavorings compliment the alcohol taste and meld with it instead of exacerbating it. It’s delightful!

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