Tiramisu Martini

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Inspired by the classic Italian dessert, this Tiramisu Martini is an delicious and decadent cocktail recipe!

Okay. Okay. I know I’ve been gushing about my recent cruise, but it was so magical and memorable, that I just can’t stop talking about.

If you’ve never been on a cruise, it’s definitely something I hope you will get to experience at some point in your life. I was very lucky to go on this particular one with my mom. I know it might seem a bit strange for a thirty-something to go on a cruise with his mom, but my mom is one of my best friends, our trip totally rocked, and I’m super proud to admit that.

Carnival Cruise | Inspired by Charm

In addition to getting to spend some quality time together, it was a relaxing week for both of us. With limited access to the outside world, it truly was a getaway. I won’t bore (i.e., tease) you with all the details, but I would be remiss not to say a few things about our Carnival cruise.

Carnival Cruise | Inspired by Charm

First, the food. Incredible. Everything, from breakfast to the late night chocolates on our pillows, was fabulous. If you’re ever hungry on a cruise ship, it’s your own fault. The culinary options are practically endless. I’m pretty sure we were full 90% of the trip. Which might explain the 5+ pounds I gained. Secondly, you are constantly entertained – if you want to be. While there are plenty of quiet places around the ship where you can relax, there are also shows, musicians, magicians, a piano bar, comedians, bingo, a casino, minigolf, a water slide, dance classes, yoga,. . . the list goes on. I will also say, we had THE BEST Cruise Director, Gary. (The Cruise Director is your guide and host throughout the entire week.) I can’t tell you how many times Gary had my mom and me cracking up. Hilarious. And as if all of those activities weren’t enough, we had access to a spa and gym, three pools, countless hot tubs, and many other amenities aboard the ship.

Carnival Cruise | Inspired by Charm

Among those amenities were several bars. So of course, Mom and I indulged in a few drinks. My favorite drink, hands down, was a Miami Vice – half Pina Colada, half Strawberry Daiquiri – garnished with a slice of pineapple, a cherry, and a cute umbrella. YES! It was like a mini-vacation in a glass. And while I wanted to show you how to recreate one, I realized that making one at home would a bit labor intensive. Plus, some things are better saved for a real vacation.

I did, however, bring home a cocktail recipe to share with you. The bar that Mom and I seemed to frequent the most was the Lobby Bar. We found ourselves there every evening listening to live music and having a drink before dinner. (I’d also like to give a little shout out to Indah, our favorite bartender [and person] on the ship. (Indah, If you’re reading this, I want to thank you again for treating us like family.)

Tiramisu Martini:

Tiramisu Martini | Inspired by Charm

In addition to the Miami Vice, we loved the Tiramisu Martini. After my first sip, this quickly became my go-to martini for the trip. It’s a combination of so many of my favorite liquors. And, with the ingredients listed on the menu, it was a breeze for me to recreate and share with you! That’s right, I brought home a delicious souvenir for each of you. You’re welcome.

Tiramisu Martini | Inspired by Charm

You’ll notice that this martini is comprised almost entirely of alcohol. (If you think about it, most martinis are.) However, by some magical powers, when mixed together, these seven liquors barely taste like alcohol. Yeah, it’s that good. Plus, the glass has a chocolate swirl. In my book, anything with a chocolate swirl is automatically delicious.

Tiramisu Martini | Inspired by Charm

Anyway, I’ve blabbered more than enough, and you’re clearly here for a delicious cocktail. Thanks for humoring me. PLEASE try this cocktail; then book a cruise. You’ll thank me.

Tiramisu Martini | Inspired by Charm
Tiramisu Martini | Inspired by Charm

Tiramisu Martini

Inspired by the classic Italian dessert, this Tiramisu Martini is an delicious and decadent cocktail recipe!
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Course: Drinks
Cuisine: American
Keyword: cocktail, martini, tiramisu
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes
Servings: 1
Calories: 503kcal


  • 1 oz Coconut Rum
  • 1 oz Frangelico
  • 1 oz Irish Cream
  • 1 oz Amaretto
  • 1 oz Kahlua
  • 1/2 oz Peach Schnapps
  • 1/2 oz Butterscotch Schnapps
  • Maraschino cherry
  • Chocolate syrup
  • Ice


  • In a martini glass, add a swirl of chocolate syrup, then garnish with a maraschino cherry. Set aside.
  • In a cocktail shaker filled with ice, combine all liquors.
  • Shake vigorously.
  • Strain into the prepared martini glass.


Calories: 503kcal | Carbohydrates: 45g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 4g | Saturated Fat: 2g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 0.1g | Monounsaturated Fat: 0.02g | Cholesterol: 0.01mg | Sodium: 7mg | Potassium: 18mg | Sugar: 44g | Calcium: 1mg | Iron: 0.1mg

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  1. Oh Michael, how I love thee!! My hubby and I just got back from our “2nd Anniversary/I Kicked Cancer’s Ass” cruise on Carnival. We went to St Maarten, St Kitts, San Juan and Grand Turk. My tow favorite drinks were the Miami Vice and the Tiramisu Matini!! Iam not sure if the ship you were on had the “Cuchina De Capitano” restaurant, but they have the BEST Tiramisu I have ever tasted. And I highly recommend the Chef’s Table if you go on another cruise. All my best! JamieInWyoming

  2. just wondering …after making the tiramisu martini. Something curdled. Could it have been the bailys with the coconut rum. I loved all of the flavors and would like to mix it up and take it to a friends house but want to get it perfect. Thanks for any advice

  3. This cocktail is definitely getting added to the drinks list for our next party!

    And I think it is absolutely wonderful that you hang out with your mom…my favorite people to go shopping with are my grown sons!

  4. Cookie week mixed in with recipes for pies and cakes galore?! Now a week spent 90% full of cruise line food and cocktails…and you’re still rocking out the skinny and slim fit clothes. I’m pretty sure I’d be on the Biggest Loser by now. I think I have to hate you