French Fizz Martinis


It’s finally Friday! If you’ve been wanting to shake up a fancy summer cocktail, this is it. My adaptation of a French Martini adds a little extra bubble, using one of my new favorite drinks- Bai. Here’s a little background on how I became obsessed with their drinks. I have a friend who is a superstar at the beverage company and she gave me the low down on why their drinks are superior.

-low calorie (containing only 1g sugar)
-sweetened with organic stevia
-made with all natural, organic ingredients
-natural source of caffeine
-contains a days worth of antioxidants
-the company is focused on sustainability and fair trade

I’ve been drinking both the carbonated and regular version on a daily basis. I love the bold flavor, they give me a little boost of energy and are only 5 calories per drink! It also makes an amazing mixer, and not just in cocktails. I pour a little in my smoothie or juice each morning for an added kick of flavor. Although this might sound like a sponsored post, it’s not! I just really like their drinks and wanted to share.

Ok, so back to using it as a mixer in the cocktail! Here’s what you need:



French Fizz Martini:
1 1/2 oz. Vodka (I used Grey Goose)
1/2 oz. Chambord
1 oz. Bai Bubbles, Peru Pineapple
1/2 oz. Fresh Pineapple Juice
Raspberries for garnish

Drop a raspberry into the bottom of each martini glass. Chill for at least one hour. Shake all ingredients with ice and strain into prepared glasses. That’s it! The perfect French Martini.



These cocktails are fantastic for parties and entertaining; your guests will definitely enjoy them! Also, try Bai and let me know what you think. It’s been my healthy drink of choice lately!

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