Popular Nobu Lychee Martini Recipe

If you’re a fan of martini cocktails then this Nobu Lychee Martini Recipe is for you. In this article, I’ve tried to make the Popular Nobu Lychee Martini Recipe with some useful tips that you’ll like the most.

Nobu Lychee Martini Recipe
Nobu Lychee Martini Recipe

What Is Nobu Lychee Martini?

Nobu Matsuhisa, Robert De Niro, and Meir Teper established Nobu Hospitality, LLC in the United States in collaboration with Drew Nieporent as an Operator with Myriad Restaurant Group. They serve a variety of beverages and foods. One of their well-liked martinis is the Lychee Martini.

Nobu Lychee Martini is made with Lychee Puree, St-Germain Elderflower Liqueur, Tito’s Vodka, and ice with fresh lychee as a garnish. Only 4 ingredients and some bar tools are needed to make this Nobu Lychee Martini which I explained in detail below.

The Ingredients Needs For Nobu Lychee Martini:

Lychee Puree: Use Monin or Funkin Brand Lychee Puree or you can use homemade fresh lychee puree.

St-Germain: Use St-Germain Elderflower Liqueur for this martini.

Vodka: Use Tio’s Vodka for the best result. Alternatively, you can use Smirnoff or Social House Corn Vodka also works well.

Nobu Lychee Martini Recipe Ingredients
Nobu Lychee Martini Recipe Ingredients

Ice: Use the best quality of ice from your freezer.

Fresh Lychee: Use fresh lychee as garnish.

The Tools Needs For Nobu Lychee Martini:

You will need Cocktail Shaker, Strainer, Jigger, and Martini Glass.

So, let’s see How To Make Nobu Lychee Martini Recipe!

Nobu Lychee Martini Recipe

Popular Nobu Lychee Martini Recipe

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Follow this Nobu Lychee Martini Recipe ingredients and directions and make a perfect lychee martini like Nobu restaurant.
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Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 0 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Course Drinks
Cuisine American, Japanese
Servings 1
Calories 145 kcal

Equipment & Tools

  • Cocktail Shaker
  • Strainer
  • Jigger
  • Martini Glass



  • In a cocktail shaker add Lychee Puree, St. Germain, and Tito's Vodka with some ice cubes.
  • Combine the ingredients by shaking the shaker for 5 to 7 seconds.
  • Pour the cocktail through a strainer into the martini glass.
  • As a garnish, add two fresh lychees.
  • Enjoy your Nobu Lychee Martini at home!


Serving: 5ozCalories: 145kcal (7%)Carbohydrates: 11.7g (4%)Protein: 0.6g (1%)Fat: 0.3gSaturated Fat: 0.1g (1%)Polyunsaturated Fat: 0gMonounsaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 1mgPotassium: 122mg (3%)Fiber: 0.9g (4%)Sugar: 10.8g (12%)Calcium: 4mgIron: 0mg
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Valuable Tips

Can I Substitute Or Add Any Of The Ingredients?

You can use Giffard Fleur de Sureau Sauvage instead of St. Germain Elderflower Liqueur and Smirnoff or Social House Corn Vodka instead of Tito’s Vodka, but the taste will differ slightly. If you wanted to experiment with the taste of this lychee martini, you could use different types of alcohol.

What To Serve With This Nobu Lychee Martini?

Tuna Salad For Nobu Lychee Martini

Tuna Salad, Preserved Lemon Mignonette, Spicy Roasted Rice Cakes, Lemon Roasted Tomatoes, Shrimp & Feta, Brie & Fruit Pavlova, and Chocolate Truffles with Ginger & Sweet Chili Pistachios are great to pair with this Nobu Lychee Martini.

Can I Make This Nobu Lychee Martini Ahead Of Time?

The Nobu Lychee Martini can be prepared in advance. The ingredients for this Nobu Lychee Martini can be combined in a pitcher and chilled in advance. Simply add ice to a serving glass, add the lychee martini, then garnish with fresh lychee.

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You must try the Nobu Lychee Martini Recipe. This Nobu Lychee Martini only requires 4 ingredients, a few bar tools, and 5 minutes of preparation to make at home. The guests at your party will definitely be surprised if you serve them this martini cocktail.

Simply gather the ingredients listed above to make this Nobu Lychee Martini for your friends and family. I hope you liked the recipe for the Nobu Lychee Martini. Send the recipe to your loved ones if you think they’d enjoy making this martini. Kindly post a comment.

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