Watermelon Martini: A perfect summer cocktail!

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3 minutes
February 20, 2023
Andi GleesonJump to Recipe

This watermelon martini with fresh melon is the perfect way to cool down this summer!

Watermelon Martini - wearychef.com
Watermelon Martini - wearychef.com

The Tall One and I love watermelon, and now that summer is near we can finally get melons that don’t cost an arm and a leg.  Tasting fresh, juicy watermelon inspired me to make this watermelon cocktail.  Not only is it sweet and tasty, it’s nice to look at too.  You could also make this with cantaloupe or honeydew, or use all three for a really colorful drink.  Cheers!

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Watermelon Martini - wearychef.com

Watermelon Martini

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This simple cocktail is big on melon flavor and tastes as good as it looks!

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Instructions

  1. Drop melon balls in the bottom of a martini glass, and place glass in freezer for 10-15 minutes.
  2. Add vodka, Midori, and lemon juice to a cocktail shaker. Add ice and shake vigorously for a few seconds. Strain your shaken spirits over the melon in the chilled glass. Enjoy!
Watermelon Martini - wearychef.com
Andi Gleeson, food blogger

Andi Gleeson

Andi Gleeson is a passionate blogger and mom based in San Francisco who focuses on easy and delicious dinner recipes.

5 comments

Lilly Sue
11 years ago

Such a beautiful cocktail!! :)

The Weary Chef
11 years ago

Thank you! I’m usually happy to get one good photo, especially of drinks which I think are difficult subjects, but I couldn’t stop taking pictures of this one.

Liz
11 years ago

pretty! love that you’re playing with summer melons. You have some fun liqueurs on your shelf! Impressive :-)

The Weary Chef
11 years ago

Funny, I think of Midori as pretty run of the mill. I don’t know why I even have it, but sometimes I end up using it in margaritas if I’m low on Cointreau or agave nectar. I had never tried Chambord until I saw you use it, and I bought it for the Raspberry Sake cocktails. The bottle is so pretty, how could I resist?

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