You’re going to love this Pear Martini. It’s the perfect cocktail for a special occasion or everyday. It’s delicious with a crisp pear flavor and a splash of St. Germain Liqueur!

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After purchasing a bottle of my new favorite liqueur, St. Germain, I was inspired to create a new cocktail recipe. As you can see, this Pear Martini was born; and boy is she delicious!

It might be my new favorite!

Pear Martini | Inspired by Charm #drinkandlinks

So I hopped on over to the St-Germain website to do a little recipe research. When I found a recipe for a pear martini, I knew I’d struck gold. After a bit of testing and a few tweaks I made this recipe my own.

What’s in a Pear Martini:

  • pear vodka
  • St. Germain liqueur
  • freshly squeeze lemon juice
  • bitters

With fall quickly approaching I thought pear was more than appropriate. Plus, it gave me an excuse to pick up some pear vodka. However, to be honest, this Pear Martini would be delicious any time of the year.

I’ve always found the flavor of pears to be pretty incredible even though I rarely eat them. That’s kind of weird, right? I suppose it makes it an extra special treat when I do have them.

Anyway, this martini is stellar. If you love the flavor of pears, then I promise you will adore this. The pear vodka (I recommend Absolut) has such a bright and crisp pear flavor. It works perfectly with a splash of lemon juice and the St. Germain. It was meant to be!

Pear Martini | Inspired by Charm #drinkandlinks

Pear Martini

makes 1 cocktail

3 ounces pear vodka
3 ounces St-Germain
1 ounce lemon juice, freshly squeezed
1 dash angostura bitters
Pear, sliced

Shake all of the ingredients with ice and strain into a chilled martini glass. Garnish with a slice of pear.

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If you enjoyed this Pear Martini recipe, take a sip of these martinis too:

Tell me that doesn’t look and sound delicious.

Pear Martini | Inspired by Charm #drinkandlinks

And did you spot anything else in these pictures?

Pear Martini | Inspired by Charm #drinkandlinks

I used my DIY gold magnetic letters and my new vintage cocktail shaker. Total perfection, right? This is why I make and buy these things. They make photo shots like this special and personal. Oh, and if you want to see a little behind-the-scene’s shot of how I photograph this stuff, check out this image on my Instagram feed.

Pear Martini | Inspired by Charm #drinkandlinks

Now, while you sip on this delicious Pear Martini, I’m off to Pittsburgh, PA tomorrow for a fabulous and fun-filled long weekend with my friends. Anyone live in the Pittsburgh area?

What’s on your Labor Day weekend agenda? Have a happy one!

 

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    drink sounds like it will taste fantastic; thanks for sharing.

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      and i definitely think you could DIY those jeans!!!

      • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

        You think?! I’ll have to give it a try!

        xo Michael

  • Shannon at

    I am a St. Germain fan and a vodka fan but I’ve never tried pear vodka . . . I’m intrigued!

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      It’s delish! Give it a try!

      xo Michael

  • Mel at

    Michael: You could totally DIY the jeans. It is a simple fabric overlay on the pocket. Find a cool piece of fabric, and then applique it on the pocket. Go for it!

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      Thanks for the encouragement. I guess I will have to give it a try!

      xo Michael

  • Kristi@Chatfield Court at

    Hi Michael. Yum…that drink looks fab. You could totally do those jeans! Hope you have a great holiday weekend. I am going to my first Cubs game…go Cubs!

    Kristi

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      So fun! I’m going to a Pirate’s game! Haha. Looks like we’ll be having similar weekends. Have a blast Kristi!!

      xo Michael

  • Tanya at

    If you can find it, try St. Elder (Made up here in New England). It runs around $17 a bottle which is a really nice price compared to St. Germain. And the taste is very comparable.

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      I’ll keep my eyes open for it Tanya. Thanks for the tip!

      xo Michael

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  • Ruthy at

    If you don’t mind my asking, where did you find the square-ish martini glasses?

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      Of course I don’t. It was from Crate and Barrel about 4-5 years ago.

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  • Julie Sheppard at

    My husband and I make 100% pear wine. If you put it in a cocktail shaker with ice and a few leaves of fresh basil, shake strain and serve, it makes the most delicious “peartini”

  • Emily Brantford at

    OMG! I am sipping on this recipe right now and it is insanely delish!!!! Generally being a bourbon girl vs vodka, this martini has turned me into a pear vodka fan! THANK YOU for sharing Michael!

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