Do you like "apple-tinis"? How about "chocolate martinis"?
Well, what you're actually drinking is a cocktail, not a martini! These days, the two words are often used interchangeably. Language evolves as the years march on, so perhaps I should just accept that the vernacular has changed (but I will not start saying "High Tea" when it's really "Afternoon Tea"). If you're pedantic and want to know the true definitions of these bar buzzwords, here they are:
Cocktail*: a mixed drink containing two or more ingredients, one of which is an alcoholic spirit.
Martini: a cocktail made with gin and vermouth, often garnished with olives.
*although even "cocktail" used to mean "a drink made of spirits, sugar, water, and bitters". See? Things change. And, yes, I switch them around every now and then.