It’s always a delight to visit the Algonquin Resort in beautiful St.Andrew’s By The Sea, but it’s EXTRA magical to spend time there at Christmas and truly lovely to have them create a signature cocktail (and mocktail) in our honour. Behold the Frosty’s S’More Martini.
When the historic spot – so lovingly re-imagined – is decked out from top to bottom everything sparkles for the holiday. We had the great opportunity to check in during their 2015 Holiday Rescue Weekend – and what a time we had! It was during that stay that the talented folks at Braxton’s came up with the sweetest salute to the Snowman along with a family-friendly version that The Sidekick could enjoy.
Here’s the video segment from SEA AND BE SCENE TV’s 2015 Holiday Special containing the instructions on how to make the grown-up version of the Frosty’s S’More Martini. We’ve included the written recipes for both the cocktail and the mocktail below along with the video of our complete Holiday Special at the bottom of this post.
Hope you’ll toast to the season with your family. Great thanks to the team at The Algonquin Resort for their holiday hospitality and cheers to YOU and yours with our very best wishes for everything festive!
Frosty’s S’More Martini
♦ Dip half the rim of a Martini Glass in simple syrup
♦ Rim Martini Glass with Graham Cracker Dust
♦ Fill a large tumbler with ice and pour in…
* 1.5oz of Godiva White Chocolate Liqueur
* 1.5oz of New Brunswick’s Petit Sault Tante Blanche (or any any Beglian style White beer, Unibroue Blanche
de Chambly is fairly common and would work nicely.)
* 2.5-3oz mostly melted Vanilla Ice Cream
♦ Top with a bar shaker & SHAKE SHAKE SHAKE SHAKE
♦ Pour into martini glass straining out ice
♦ Top with a skewered toasted marshmallow (which will float)
♦ Drizzle melted chocolate over marshmallow
Frosty’s Family-Friendly Martini
♦ Rim Martini Glass with crushed candy cane
♦ Mix 2 oz Vanilla Ice Cream
♦ 2 oz of ginger ale
♦ Splash of simple syrup on ice
♦ Shake well and strain into martini glass
♦ Garnish with Candy Cane