Cranberry Sage Martini


The husband, Rick Pipito, is back at it again.  The martinis just keep getting better and better.  I wanted to share with you this delicious holiday drink.  My husband has been to a couple different foodie events with me and we had the pleasure of trying some amazing foods, but this liquor really captured our attention.  It’s a local place here in Philly called Art in the age . They have 4 different flavors of spirits: Root, Sage, Snap and Rhubarb.  I love them all and I hope the hubby comes up with different martinis with these other flavors. 

Anyway for this one we used my all time favorite… Sage.  So many people use Sage right now for their cooking during Thanksgiving.  So why not take the other top seller around this time, cranberries, and make a martini.  It’s super easy to make and so tantalizing to your taste buds.  I hope you try this delicious cocktail at your next holiday party.


Ice Cubes

4 Shots of Cranberry Juice

2 Shots of Art in the Age Sage Spirit

Martini Glass

2 Cranberries, Garnish

2 Sage leaf, Garnish


In a shaker mix cranberry, ice and sage. Shake vigorously and pour.  For the garnish, take 2 sage leaves and fold them onto a toothpick.  On either side of the leaves, place a fresh cranberry. (It should look like a small holly branch that will float in your glass)


8 Comments Add yours

  1. Serena says:

    I think my husband will totally get behind making this martini! Can’t wait to try it!

  2. Krissie J says:

    That sounds delish! I’m normally a beer girl but I love a good martini now and then! 🙂

  3. LOVELY. I like that it’s not too sweet! Best wishes, Shanna

  4. Bernice says:

    I love martinis! A great idea to add sage.

  5. Marilyn says:

    That’s a must try!

  6. Sharing on Hot, Cheap & Easy, FB!!!!

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