This Rhubarb Martini is made with a simple rhubarb syrup that is mixed with vodka and lime juice. Make this easy summer cocktail by shaking the the ingredients with ice in a cocktail shaker for a refreshing pink vodka drink.
This Rhubarb Martini is a great choice of beverage for rhubarb fans. They are fun to serve for small fire pit gatherings, barbecues, or just for a relaxing evening on the the deck.
🍸 Making Martinis with Rhubarb
You might think at first that a rhubarb martini sounds odd, but if you love rhubarb as much as I do, you will be happy you tried this and enjoy them all summer long!
The rhubarb mixture is stewed with a sweetener, then strained to remove the solids. What you have left is a pretty pink, slightly sweet and tangy rhubarb syrup.
Once the syrup is made, it can be stored in the fridge and taken out to make individual martinis as desired!
When ready to serve the rhubarb martini, fill a cocktail shaker with ice, add the syrup, vodka, and lime juice and shake vigorously!
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Vodka: Use a good high quality vodka for this beverage.
Granulated sugar, this is for rimming the martini glass (optional).
🍽 Equipment Needed
👪 Serving size
This recipe makes 1 drink. It can easily be doubled for 2 people.
- Use classic Monkfruit 1:1 in place of the sugar for a keto adult beverage.
- Substitute white rum for the vodka.
- When making the rhubarb syrup, substitute 1 cup of strawberries for 1 cup of rhubarb for a strawberry rhubarb martini.
- Use lemon juice instead of lime.
- Skip the rhubarb syrup and use 2 tablespoons of rhubarb sauce in place of the syrup. The solids will strain when pouring the drink through the cocktail shaker.
- Substitute lemon juice for the lime juice.
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- 2 ounces rhubarb syrup
- 1½ ounces vodka
- 1 ounce lime juice
- ½ tablespoon granulated sugar
- lime wheels for garnish
- Combine vodka, rhubarb syrup, lime juice, and ice in a shaker. Shake until frosty.
- Rim the martini glass by running a lime wedge around the rim of the glass, then dip the rim into the granulated sugar.
- Pour the martini into the glass and garnish with the lime wheel (if using).