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I just spent a fun and educational weekend at Bloggy Bootcamp in San Francisco.  After the conference, we had a fun time at Club Slide where Igor the Bartender from Russia concocted a special drink called the Siberian Slipper.  One lady described the taste as a watermelon jolly rancher but not as sweet.  I have to disagree with that description, but to each their own.  For me, I could really taste the pear from the pear vodka and another flavor that I couldn’t quite put my finger on…turned out to be Elderberry from the liqueur St. Germain.  Regardless, it was a hit with everyone in attendance and made for a very pretty ‘martini’ drink as well.  Here’s the lo-down on how to make it (sorry, I didn’t get exact measurements, so you’ll have to experiment on your own):


Pear Vodka (Grey Goose Poire was used in ours)
Juice of 2 wedges of lime
St. Germain


Chill martini glass with ice.  In a cocktail shaker shake the pear vodka and St. Germain.  Empty ice out of martini glass, pour in contents of shaker, squeeze the juice of 2 wedges of lime into martini glass.  Garnish with a lime.

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