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Eyeball Martini

eyeball martini Beverage
Eyeball Martini
  • Prep 5 min
  • Total 5 min
  • Servings 1

We fashioned spooky eyeballs out of radishes, olives and grapes and added them to a traditional martini for a creepy cocktail for your next grown-up Halloween party. MORE+ LESS-

Stephanie Wise
October 31, 2012


Radish Eyeballs

round radishes
large pimiento-stuffed green olive, cut in half crosswise

Grape Eyeballs

large seedless black grapes
small cranberries or blueberries

Olive Eyeballs

jumbo pitted ripe olives
small ready-to-eat baby-cut carrots


2 1/2
oz (5 tablespoons) gin or vodka
oz (1 tablespoon) dry vermouth


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  • 1
    To make each radish eyeball, peel radish, leaving streaks of red skin for “blood vessel” effect. Cut off one tip of radish about 1/4-inch deep. Using small melon baller or paring knife, scoop out small hole from sliced tip side; place olive half in center. Place in martini glass.
  • 2
    To make each grape eyeball, carefully peel back skin of grape from one edge. Using small melon baller or paring knife, cut small hole in center of exposed flesh. Place small cranberry or blueberry in hole. Skewer grapes onto toothpick; place in martini glass.
  • 3
    To make each olive eyeball, place baby carrot in pitted hole of olive. Cut off carrot flush with end of olive. Skewer olives onto toothpick; place in martini glass.
  • 4
    To make cocktail, place several ice cubes in cocktail shaker or mixing glass. Add gin and vermouth. Cover; shake (or stir) 30 seconds. Strain into martini glass and serve.

Expert Tips

  • Place one drop of red food color in each drink for a “bleeding” effect.
  • Add a dash or two of olive brine to the cocktail shaker or mixing glass for a dirty eyeball martini.

Nutrition Information

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