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1 1/4 oz. Ciroc Vodka (see note) 1/2 oz. Cointreau 2 oz. red grape juice 3 red seedless grapes on a toothpick, frozen, for garnish

Fill an 8 oz. martini glass with ice to chill the glass. Fill a cocktail shaker with ice. Measure Ciroc Vodka, Cointreau and grape juice into the shaker. Cover and shake vigorously. dump the ice out of the martini glass, and strain the cocktail into the glass. Garnish with three grapes that have been pierced onto a toothpick and frozen. Serve it up, or sip it yourself. Makes 1 cocktail Note:While other vodkas are made from potatoes, wheat, molasses, corn or rye, Ciroc is the first vodka to be distilled from late harvest French grapes. These super sweet grapes and the 5 step distilling process makes this vodka unique and extra smooth, with a subtle fruity flavor that goes great with grape juice and the orange flavor of Cointreau. Plan ahead for this drink by piercing three red seedless grapes on a toothpick and popping them into the freezer for at least an hour. Or, if you're like me, you'll have a dozen or so of these garnishes sitting in a small bag in the freezer ready to go when guests show up for happy hour. Our Original Featuring Ciroc Snap Frost vodka, an all grape vodka, combined with red grape juice and accented with the sweet orange flavor of Cointreau and frozen red seedless grapes. Source: Top Secret Recipes

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