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Morphing Martini

Morphing Martini
This drink is not for the faint of heart, or faint of leg, or even the faint of arm. It doesn't even look safe to drink. But, your friends will be shocked when you whip up the Morphing Martini. After the chunk of dry ice (can’t pick that up at the liquor store) is immediately beings to bubble. Then the cocktail morphs into a deep purple color as it cools. It’s definitely a show stopper!
1 leaf red cabbage, chopped or shredded
Water (enough to cover the cabbage)
2 ounces gin or vodka
1/2 splash vermouth
Pinch baking soda
1 small chunk dry ice (about dime size)
Cover the cabbage with water and microwave it on high until boiling (four to six minutes). It should turn a deep purple color.
Pour about a tablespoon of the cabbage water into the bottom of a martini glass and add a pinch of baking soda. (The glass should be large enough to hold all the fluid and leave about an inch of air at the top.)
Add gin or vodka and a bit of vermouth (about 1/6 of an ounce). The mixture should now be light blue in color.
When you’re ready to serve, drop the dry ice into the drink.

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