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Very excellent. It really doesn't need to set for 3 days. It is fantastic after 10 minutes! We couldn't wait! The key is to shake it with ice in a cocktail shaker until it's icy cold, then strain into a cold martini glass. So cool served in pretty martini glass with a skewer of the fresh pineapple slice! Fun served with Hawaiian-type appetizers.

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Sherry Bruno July 25, 2002

Aloooohaaaa! This made a huge amount! I didn't have a pitcher big enough, so made it in smaller batches. We loved it.

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Omi Julie March 15, 2010

This yummy martini will have you doing the Hula (and it did). We omitted the pineapple and the 3-day wait and it was still awesome. We garnished it with a cherry which made a very pretty drink. Ahhh, life is good . . . Thanks for sharing, recipezaar.

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Merlot January 14, 2005

For us unexperienced martini drinkers, this was quite strong, but diluted a little with some peach juice it was splendid...but still hit the spot ;o) The ice straining step is a must.

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jellie July 29, 2003
Hawaiian Martini