Best Dry Gin Martini Recipe

A few recommended “London Dry” style gins to try: Big Gin, The Botanist, Russell Henry, Roku and Sipsmith are just some of my current …

Rating: 5/5(2)
Category: Cocktails
Cuisine: Global
Total Time: 15 mins
1. Fill a shaker tin 1/2 full with ice.
2. Add 3 ounces of gin.
3. Shake (about 12 seconds), or stir (about 30 seconds), until well chilled.
4. Strain into glass.

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In mixing glass or cocktail shaker filled with ice, combine gin and vermouth. Stir well, about 30 seconds, then strain into martini glass. Garnish …

Rating: 3.8/5(30)
Servings: 1

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50-50 Martini: The ultimate "wet" martini, this recipe uses equal parts of gin and dry vermouth. Perfect Martini: Get a slightly sweeter profile by using equal parts of sweet and dry vermouth. Vodka Martini: Replace the gin with vodka. This is popular among drinkers who don't necessarily enjoy the "piney flavor" of gin. Gibson: Nothing changes

Ratings: 400
Calories: 183 per serving
Category: Beverage, Cocktail

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Pour a little bit of dry vermouth in a chilled martini glass and swirl to. coat the inside of the glass. Dispose of excess vermouth. In a shaker full of ice, gently swirl or stir the …

Rating: 5/5(4)
Author: Cookworks
Servings: 1
Difficulty: Easy
1. Pour a little bit of dry vermouth in a chilled martini glass and swirl to
2. coat the inside of the glass. Dispose of excess vermouth. In a shaker full of ice,
3. gently swirl or stir the gin before straining into glass.
4. Serving suggestion: Garnish with olives, lemon twist or cocktail onion and add rocks if you like.

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Gin Martini Variations To Try: L’Orange Martini Recipe - For those who love oranges, look no further. This drink takes all of the best parts …

Rating: 4.3/5(615)
Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins
1. Combine ingredients in an ice-filled mixing glass or shaker.
2. Stir vigorously for 15 seconds.
3. Strain into chilled coupe or Martini glass.
4. Garnish with lemon twist or olives and enjoy.

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The official recipe for a dry martini calls for six parts gin to one part dry vermouth. Ultimately, the less dry vermouth in the martini, the drier it …

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The perfect Dry martini recipe. Fill a glass with ice. Add 1 part Noilly Prat Original Dry to 2 parts Bombay Sapphire or Grey Goose with a dash of orange bitters. Stir for 20 seconds Strain into a classic cocktail glass. Cut the zest of a lemon into a strip, twist it and waft it over the glass and add OR add an olive or two on a stick.

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Strawberry Gin Martini. This cocktail does begin to move beyond what you know as a gin martini. Now, the cocktail does still have gin and dry vermouth, so it can be classified as a martini. The additional ingredients just give it a sweeter, rather interesting taste. It uses strawberries and mint on top of the gin.

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This Dirty Gin Martini is great twist on the classic gin martini, and is perfect for people who love that olive tang in their boozy drinks. This beautiful martini mixes up gin, dry vermouth, and olive brine, and is just as delicious as it is simple. Garnish with an olive for that little bit of extra class. DIRTY GIN MARTINI 2 1/2 oz. (75ml) Gin 1/4 oz. (7.5ml) Dry Vermouth 1/2 oz. (15ml) Olive

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Best for Dry Martini: Sipsmith. Buy on Drizly Buy on Flaviar. Region: UK. ABV: 41.6%. Tasting Notes: Juniper, Lemon, Coriander. “The Martini is a very personal drink for each consumer,” says James Bolt, owner of The Gin Joint in Charleston, SC. “I personally like a very dry Martini and when making myself one, always reach for Sipsmith

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Commonly the Martini is made of 3-10 parts Gin per 1 part Dry Vermouth. Interestingly the first version of the Martini was not exactly dry. Originally the drink was mixed using Gin and Italian Sweet Vermouth. It's only a small and subtle difference that still leads to a way sweeter drink. Perfect Dry Martini ratios

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Jordan Johnson’s Dirty Martini Recipe. Express lemon peel into mixing glass by gently squeezing and twisting it skin side down. Pour 0.5 oz. olive brine, 0.5 oz. dry vermouth, and 2 oz. dry Gin

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For a dry Martini, I’ll mix 2.5 ounces of Highclere Castle London Dry Gin with 0.5 ounces of Dolin Dry Vermouth. Depending on the guest, I may add a dash of orange bitters to enhance the flavor—after all, bitters are like salt and pepper to a drink. For those seeking a Perfect Martini, I use Tanqueray No. Ten gin with Dolin Dry and Carpano

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london dry gin, elderflower liqueur, fresh lemon juice, basil leaf and 2 more The Bronx Cocktail Tasting Table sweet vermouth, london dry

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One fact we do know: The drink’s original form, according to early recipes, was sweet. Nineteenth-century cocktail books regularly called for Italian (sweet) vermouth. The Dry Martini took its current form around 1905, when the new order of the day was dry gin, dry vermouth and perhaps a dash of orange bitters for good measure.

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In a Boston shaker, add ice and dry vermouth, and shake until the ice is cracked and coated in the vermouth. Strain off most of the liquid, and transfer the ice into a mixing glass. Add gin, and stir until cold. Strain into a chilled coupe or martini glass. Squeeze the lemon rind over the drink and drop it in.

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BEST GIN FOR A MARTINI. Top shelf brands of gin are Sipsmith London Dry and Nolet’s Silver Dry. Either would be perfect for this recipe. If you are looking to spend a little less, I love Bombay Sapphire as a great mid level gin. CHILLING YOUR MARTINI GLASS QUICKLY.

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What is the best gin for a martini?

“Sipsmith is a really great gin to make martinis with because it achieves a fine balance between being dry and yet having a beautiful aromatic quality,” says Cari Hah of Big Bar in Los Angeles. “You can take it in either direction in cocktails, sweet or savory, without the gin tripping over the flavor profile.

How to make the best martini?

While a typical martini may only have two or three ingredients, the quality of each of these is integral to achieving the right end result. Starting with ice. "Ice for a bartender is like fire for a chef," says Perrone.

What ingredients make the best dry martini?

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  • A bold, savoury gin
  • Quality dry vermouth, not the same vermouth you use in a Negroni
  • Sicilian olives
  • Lemons to peel
  • Olive oil

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