PMc’s Famous Chocolate Martini

I’m happy to have become a contributor to White Lights on Wednesday in July. Julie is the girl behind the blog at White Lights on Wednesday, check it out if you’re not familiar. She’s a hoot! I contribute to her Beverage recipes. I know, right!! That’s fitting!

This is my first contribution post, I shared PMc’s Famous Chocolate Martini and talk about our famous Martini parties! Just a hint, my husband and I love to entertain, we used to have a Martini Party. Yes, the only beverages {besides water} were martini. We had all different flavors and concoctions. It was fabulous! This makes me want to host another one!

PMc's Famous Chocolate Martini #callmepmc

You can make it your own and garnish with chocolate syrup swirled in the glass, chocolate shavings on top, rim with chocolate shavings, cocoa sprinkled on top, or a Hershey kiss dropped in the martini. However you choose to garnish will be fun!

PMc’s Famous Chocolate Martini


Prep Time: 5 minutes

Total Time: 5 minutes

Yield: 1


  • 1 oz Kahlua
  • 1 oz vodka
  • 1 oz Irish cream
  • chocolate syrup
  • ice
  • Optional garnish: chocolate curls


  • Chill a martini glass either in freezer or by filling with ice cubes.
  • In a shaker filled with ice, add Kahlua, vodka and Irish cream. Shake vigorously 30 seconds.
  • Remove glass from freezer or remove ice from glass. Swirl chocolate syrup around glass.
  • Strain contents of shaker into glass. Garnish, if desired, with chocolate curls on top. Serve and enjoy! Cheers!


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