It's a pretty well known fact that Albert Einstein preferred his smoking pipe over a stiff drink, so we're pretty sure he wouldn't be a fan of this little cocktail recipe of ours.
That being said, this atomic martini recipe came together in a small NYC apartment during Hurricane Sandy when there were limited ingredients to work with and a desperate desire to distract from the lack of electricity in those first few hours.
What resulted was one yummy drink recipe that's as pretty to look at as it is tasty - brilliant mixology, if we do say so ourselves!
While it may not totally revolutionize your world like Einstein's theories and work did for the entire planet, we bet it will electrify your next cocktail party.
2 ounces peach vodka
1 ounce blue curacao
lemon lime soda
blackberries, for garnish
In a cocktail shaker filled with ice, mix the vodka and blue curacao together with a short shake. Strain into a martini glass, top with lemon lime soda.
We garnished ours with blueberries as that's what we had in the fridge. They added a great visual contrast to the cocktail, but didn't do too much for the taste. Either way - delicious drink and snack!