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Pear Martini Cocktail Recipe

Escape all those basic cocktail recipes and let your taste buds dance with fresh pear juice and pear-infused vodka. The simple but magical combination will kick off your next cocktail hour in a big way!

Up-close of a pear martini with a slice of pear

Happy Hour is calling your name with a Pear Martini

Sometimes you need a break. A chance to sit back with a martini glass in hand to let your stress melt away and remember that your life needs those moments too.

The laundry and chores will always be there. There will always be an email and a job. There is never going to be an absolutely clean house at the end of the day. But those moments, those memories, they will not be here tomorrow.

We all struggle to maintain a balance as dreams become reality and hard work pays off. Personally, I refuse to lose my footing and work hard to keep my roots right where they should be. Over a round of light cocktails after a long day with good friends.

Enter this Pear Martini recipe with pear juice, oh la la!

Pear Martini Cocktail Recipe | Kita Roberts PassTheSushi

What Makes a Martini a Martini?

Traditionally, a Martini is pretty simple. Gin mixed with Vermouth and a twist of lemon. That has grown to include Vodka recently, and with the expansion of flavored Vodkas, there is now a Martini for any taste preference. 

I have even had a martini that uses Sake. The Vermouth is omitted in many of these designer martinis, its distinctive flavor not mixing as well with the fruit/coffee/creamy concoctions. This Pear Martini does not include Vermouth, but it is served in a Martini glass, and that seems to be the most important factor 😉

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Now, for the Pear Martini

Love Martinis? Yeah, hard not to. Try these out next time you reach for the cocktail shaker!

What I’m about to be sharing with you is a distinctive cocktail with an imposing taste. This drink is appreciable for any special event where you want to show off your cocktail tricks, this one is perfect too!

Fruit cocktails already taste irresistible but this cool, dark pear flavor will have you thinking of this specific drink for days. 

Never let another humdrum cocktail pass your lips, this pear vodka recipe will change the way you unwind!

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Above shot of a pear martini showing thyme sprigs and a pear slice garnish

What you Need

All you need is Grand Marnier, pear-flavored vodka and organic pear juice or simple syrup. Add all ingredients and let it dance in your martini shaker!

Can I substitute ingredients?

In all honesty, not really. I mean you can play all you want but if you change the ingredients is it really the same juicy pear martini?  

Can I store my martini?

Fresh is best, but yes, you can this recipe with keep in the fridge if you must. 

If you’ve tried my Pear Martini Cocktail recipe or any other recipe on please don’t forget to rate the recipe and let me know where you found it in the comments below, I love hearing from you! You can also follow along for more good eats and travel tips on Instagram@passthesushi & @girlcarnivore, Twitter& Facebook.

Pear Martini Cocktail Recipe | Kita Roberts

Use fresh pears and a simple combination of sweet pear vodka in this Pear Martini recipe to kick off your next cocktail hour!

Prep Time 2 minutes
Total Time 2 minutes


  • 1/2 oz Grand Marnier
  • 1 oz Pear vodka
  • 2 oz pear nectar or organic pear juice
  • Ice
  • pear slices and fresh thyme for garnish


  1. Place ice in a cocktail shaker.
  2. Add the Grand Marnier and pear vodka to the shaker and close. Shake vigorously to chill.
  3. Strain the liqueur into a chilled martini glass. Top off with the pear juice.
  4. Carefully garnish with the pear slices and fresh thyme sprigs.

Nutrition Information:



Serving Size:


Amount Per Serving: Calories: 365Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 23mgCarbohydrates: 70gFiber: 9gSugar: 44gProtein: 1g

Nutrition information provided is an estimate from For specific health concerns, please put the recipe into your Dr recommended nutrition calculator.

Erin @ The Spiffy Cookie

Friday 18th of September 2015

I am definitely struggling these days. I thought that by reducing the number of times I post per week by half would help but somehow I feel more stressed than before! But you are right, when it comes down to it, experiences in life and the people you share them with take precedence.

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