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Dunkin' Is Ringing In The Holidays With Martini Glasses And Cocktail Shakers

Martha stewart holding martini and donut
Martha stewart holding martini and donut - Dunkin'

Martha Stewart is one of pop culture's most trusted experts on entertaining and hosting, so it's no surprise that she was Dunkin's collaborator of choice for its new line of supplies designed to make you the ultimate holiday host. Dunkin' is best known for its coffee and donuts, but since the release of its dangerously delicious Spiked Iced Teas, as well as its Dunkin' Spiked Coffees, it's clear that the brand is getting in on the booze game. Its latest offering is a branded martini shaker and glasses, so you can pledge your allegiance to the coffee giant even after the clock strikes Happy Hour.According to a press release, starting at 12 p.m. E.S.T. on December 1, you can purchase your shaker and glasses on ShopDunkin.com. If you're a member of the Dunkin' Rewards loyalty program, you've got access starting November 30. The colorful and festive Dunkin' Holiday Martini Shaker will cost you $25, and you can snag the matching martini glasses for $20 each.

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Mix Up Your Own Dunkintini

Dunkin' pink cocktail shaker
Dunkin' pink cocktail shaker - Dunkin'

If you're going to mix up a drink in your Dunkin' Holiday Martini Shaker to pour into your Dunkin'-branded martini glasses, then you might want a Dunkin'-centric cocktail to serve up. To this end, Martha Stewart whipped up a recipe that she calls the Dunkintini. The lifestyle aficionado took to Instagram along with Dunkin' to share a video of her preparing an easy espresso martini cocktail, which, of course, features Dunkin' espresso. Espresso martinis, which perfectly pair coffee and booze, have spiked in popularity over the last few years. As Stewart herself says, she "love[s] espresso martinis for any holiday get-together."

The cocktail combines Dunkin' espresso with ice, vodka, and coffee liqueur, shaken and chilled in a Dunkin' shaker. Since Martha Stewart is all about perfect presentation, she serves up her Dunkintini in Dunkin' martini glasses with a sweet and festive colored sugar rim. And, of course, she pairs it with a Dunkin' treat.

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