Anti Gravity Martini Recipe From The Book “Cocktail Chameleon” by Mark Addison

“Inspired by the Academy Award Winning film Gravity, this magnificent drink is a marvel of molecular mixology. It’s encased in a hollow sphere of ice and has an ‘asteroid’ pop rocks rim. When the ice is broken, the liquid flows out like in director Alfonso Cuarón’s own words ‘the primordial soup that created all life on earth.’”

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Bar Tools
Spherical ice mold
Paring knife
Two 2-oz food syringes
2 small plates
Cocktail shaker
Glassware
12-oz double old-fashioned
Yield
5 oz, serves 1

Ingredients
1/2 oz. grenadine
Red Pop Rocks, or sugar crystals
2 oz. vodka
1 1/2 oz.
white cranberry juice
1/2 oz. blue curacao
1/2 oz. fresh lime juice

Directions

1.Fill the ice mold with cold water and freeze for 3 hours, until two-thirds of the water in the mold remains liquid.
2.Remove ice sphere from a mold and, using a sharp knife, carefully make a hole on the seam just large enough to insert the tip of a food syringe.
3.Insert the tip to drain out the remaining water, then place frozen sphere back in the mold and return to freezer.
4.Pour the grenadine on one small plate and the Pop Rocks on
another.
5.Dip the rim of the glass in the grenadine and coat with Pop Rocks.
6.Fill a shaker with ice, add remaining ingredients and shake well.
7.Place in freezer for 20 minutes, bringing close to freezing.
8.Remove from freezer and shake vigorously then draw vodka mixture into both syringes.
9.Remove ice sphere from the freezer and place it, hole facing up, in the prepared glass. 10.Slowly fill with the contents of the syringes.
11.Using a muddler or the handle of a dinner knife, carefully crack open the ice ball, being very careful not to break the glass

Check out more amazing recipes like the “Anti Gravity Martini” from Cocktail Chameleon by Mark Addison. Whether given as a gift or a valuable addition to one’s own library, Cocktail Chameleon will unlock the mixologist for everyone. It is sure to become an instant ally for hosts looking to elevate an occasion, or to help unwind and end the day on a high note!

 

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37 thoughts on “Anti Gravity Martini Recipe From The Book “Cocktail Chameleon” by Mark Addison

  1. That is cool! What a fun way to make a drink! I know if someone gave me this as a drink I would totally would be impressed! I might do it at my Christmas party!

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  2. I would love to try this drink recipe out. I have never had such a creative cocktail before and I think it would be fun to make as well as drink!

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