Yes, it’s the greatest way to pre-funk one of our favorite, funkiest performers.

We love Pink Martini the band.

As for the drink – well we’ve had our doubts.

Until now anyway.

Here’s a fantastic recipe for The Other Pink Martini from Jaime Aguirre of Ginger’s Kitchenware.



  • Viski mixing glass
  • Viski weighted bar spoon
  • Solid copper martini glasses
  • Hammered copper shaker

(All cocktail tools can be found at Ginger’s Kitchenware!)


  • Keep your vermouth in the fridge
  • Keep your vodka in the freezer
  • Keep your mixing glass and martini glasses in the freezer


  • Add your vermouth, vodka and bitters into your mixing glass.
  • Add ice and stir until cold. Don’t be afraid to stir for a bit. The ice dilution is intentional.
  • STOP! If you’re not sold on the pink martini, strain your drink into your beautiful copper martini glass and enjoy.
  • If you’re brave enough to enjoy the goodness that comes with a pink martini, though, transfer everything into your copper shaker and add the Grenadine.
  • Shake thoroughly. (Yes, we know martinis are best stirred, not shaken. But when you add anything non-opaque to a cocktail, it needs to be shaken.)
  • Now strain your delicious concoctions into your other copper martini glass and reap the benefits of your efforts!