Dry Martini Recipe Gin Vermouth

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4 hours ago 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 …

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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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4 hours ago 15ml Dolin dry vermouth, 50ml Helsinki gin. Method. Pour the dry vermouth and gin into a cocktail shaker base filled with ice. Mix to chill the liquid. Pour into a chilled cocktail glass. Garnish. Glassware. Small Coupette. Ice. Straight up. …

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8 hours ago Frost a martini glass in the freezer or refrigerator. (alternatively fill martini glass with ice, add water while mixing drink) In a cocktail shaker filled with ice, combine the gin and vermouth. Shake vigorously until the drink is thoroughly chilled. Pour the ice water out of the martini glass and shake any excess water from the glass.

Estimated Reading Time: 4 mins

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7 hours ago Winston Churchill famously said that the only proper way to make a martini was to add the gin to the ice, then (for the vermouth part) simply bow …

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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3 hours ago 50-50 Martini: The ultimate "wet" martini, this recipe uses equal parts of gin and dry vermouth. Perfect Martini: Get a slightly sweeter profile …

Ratings: 389
Calories: 183 per serving
Category: Beverage, Cocktail

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Just Now 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 will be.

Estimated Reading Time: 8 mins

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5 hours ago 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, …

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8 hours ago 10ml sweet vermouth. Handful of fresh raspberries. 1 egg white. Raspberry, to garnish. Add all the ingredients (except the garnish) to an empty …

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2 hours ago ice cubes, gin, orange bitters, lemon, dry vermouth Chamomile Pear Elderflower Martini Tipsy Tuesday Grey is the new black sugar, elderflower liqueur, pears, vermouth, pear vodka

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3 hours ago Preparation. Fill a mixing glass with ice. Pour in the gin and vermouth. Stir for 30 seconds, then strain into a chilled coupe. Twist the lemon peel over the drink, …

Rating: 4/5(80)
Calories: 283 per serving
Category: Cocktails
1. Fill a mixing glass with ice.
2. Pour in the gin and vermouth.
3. Stir for 30 seconds, then strain into a chilled coupe.
4. Twist the lemon peel over the drink, then place it on the coupe’s edge. The mildly adventurous can garnish with a fresh sage leaf instead.

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7 hours ago Many used old tom gins and encouraged equal measures of gin and dry vermouth. Of course, as time progressed the Martini became more dry, hence “Dry Martini”, typically using 1 part vermouth to 5/6/7 parts gin and nothing else with exception of a lemon twist or olive garnish.

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9 hours ago 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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Just Now 50/50 Martini Recipe: 1 part Sipsmith London Dry Gin. 1 part dry vermouth (such as Noilly Prat or Dolin) Lemon twist, to garnish. Add the gin and vermouth to an ice-filled cocktail glass and stir briskly for about 50 turns. Strain into a chilled Martini glass, and garnish with a lemon twist.

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9 hours ago This vermouth pours a golden Chardonnay color and, when mixed with gin, blends juniper and pine with orange blossom and floral notes. Ideal for a …

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1 hours ago MARTINI. Plymouth Gin was named in the first recorded dry martini recipe in 1904. Well over a century later, the martini universe is ever expanding. Let us be your guide to finding, and creating, the ideal martini to match your mood or occasion. The Martini is one of a small number of cocktails that are made bespoke for every individual.

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3 hours ago One fact we do know: The drink’s original form, according to early recipes, was sweet. Nineteenth-century cocktail books regularly called for …

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5 hours ago The classic Dry Martini is the standard bearer among recipes and variations, but countless riffs take the drink in new directions, from the 50/50 …

Rating: 4.4/5(489)
Calories: 218 per serving

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2 hours ago But “dry” was meant in the sense that the vermouth was dry. The turn of the 20th century Dry Martini was equal parts gin and dry vermouth. Which, to be honest, makes a …

Rating: 5/5(4)
Category: Cocktail
1. Chill a cocktail glass in the freezer. Meanwhile, add gin or vodka and dry vermouth to a mixing glass.
2. Add ice and stir with a barspoon until very cold.
3. Strain into your chilled cocktail glass and garnish with a lemon twist (express lemon oil over the drink, if using) or an olive.

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4 hours ago By Thrillist. Published on 10/17/2016 at 3:44 PM. This is the real Martini. A blend of gin, dry vermouth and orange bitters, this nearly forgotten original iteration of the ubiquitous symbol of

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Just Now The Martini, that singing symphony of liquid, was described as “the elixir of quietude” by author E. B. White. The origin story of this drinkable poem is a contentious issue, and as emotive and important a subject as how best to …

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4 hours ago 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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6 hours ago To make a proper dry martini, a thimble's worth of vermouth is almost too much. For those without a sewing kit, it's acceptable to rinse out the glass with vermouth, shaking the excess vermouth into the sink; the "legs" that run down the glass will distinguish your cocktail from a chilled glass of gin.

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2 hours ago The Martini is a cocktail classic that is usually made with gin and dry, French vermouth. There are numerous theories about the origins of the Martini. In 1997, Anistatia Miller and Jared Brown compiled a list of the top ten supposed inventors in …

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6 hours ago On the other hand, a dry martini will have less dry vermouth, as odd as it might sound. A wet martini will have more dry vermouth, generally in a ratio of three parts gin to one part vermouth. Old school classic martinis tend to have equal parts gin and vermouth, although dry martinis tend to be the norm these days.

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7 hours ago Classic Dry Martini. 2.5 oz The Botanist Islay Gin.5 oz Lionello Dry Vermouth. Fill a stirring vessel to the top with ice. Add gin and vermouth. Stir 12-15 seconds. Strain into a chilled martini glass and garnish with 1or 3 bleu cheese stuffed olives. Martinis are an absolutely iconic American drink, but very few people order a proper one. I'm

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7 hours ago Vya Extra Dry Vermouth and a well balanced dry gin are soulmates. Vya Extra Dry Vermouth brings out the soft juniper in gin; gin balances the herbs in Vya …

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Just Now Ironically, while Wet Martinis are heavy on the dry vermouth, Dry Martinis call for a 5:1 ratio of gin to dry vermouth. For this recipe, stir a bit of London dry gin and dry

Rating: 4.9/5(166)
1. Add gin and vermouth to a mixing glass with ice and stir until chilled.
2. Strain into a chilled coupe or Martini glass.
3. Garnish with lemon twist or olives.

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2 hours ago Chill the glass and chill your shaker, even chill the gin first if you want to take it that extra step. Those icy shards going through this martini when you first pour it is the best …

Cuisine: American
Total Time: 5 mins
Category: Cocktails
Calories: 183 per serving
1. Add the gin and vermouth to a cocktail shaker filled with ice.
2. Shake well and strain into a chilled martini glass.
3. Add cocktail onions for garnish and serve.

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8 hours ago Tuxedo No. 2. 2 oz. gin. 0.75 oz. dry vermouth. 0.25 oz. maraschino liqueur. 2 dashes absinthe. 1 dash orange bitters (optional) Add all ingredients to a mixing glass with ice. Stir for about 10

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1 hours ago Some recipes even suggest spraying the glass with vermouth from an atomiser, or swirling the vermouth around the glass and throwing it away before adding the gin and bitters mixture; after all, it was Noel Coward who said, ‘A perfect martini should be made by filling a glass with gin, then waving it in the general direction of Italy!’

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5 hours ago The Perfect Dry Martini. Gin, Vermouth, olives, and lemon, help this martini stand out from the rest. Martinis are all about personal preference, and there are many camps—shaken or stirred, Vodka or Gin, dry or wet, and olive or lemon twist. Martini recipe—that is a matter of personal preference at the end of the day—we can give you.

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5 hours ago Prechill your glass in the freezer. Add the gin, vermouth, and olive brine to a mixing jug. Dash with bitters and fill with ice 2/3 of the …

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3 hours ago The classic Martini has just 3 elements to it; a spirit in the form of gin or vodka, vermouth and a garnish of lemon or olive. The exact origins of the Martini are unknown though a popular theory suggests the name comes from a popular brand of vermouth, Martini. Traditionally Martinis were made with gin but vodka Martinis have become just as

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1 hours ago Rutte Dry Gin, 70cl £ 33.95 £ 3.77 per cocktail, makes 9 Martini Rosso sweet vermouth, 75cl £ 10.25 £ 0.21 per cocktail, makes 50. 182 People Used More Info ››

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3 hours ago A martini should be made with gin. Period. In our taste taste of a gin martini vs vodka martini, gin won hands down. Why? The flavor is intriguing and botanical, perfectly …

Cuisine: Cocktails
Total Time: 5 mins
Category: Drink
Calories: 140 per serving
1. Combine the gin, vermouth, and olive juice in a cocktail mixing glass (or any other type of glass). Fill the mixing glass with 1 handful ice and stir continuously for 30 seconds until very cold.
2. Strain the drink into a cocktail or martini glass (purists chill the glass first). Garnish with an olive.

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7 hours ago Recipe tips and variations. Yield: This recipe makes 1 cocktail. Glassware: Martinis are traditionally made in a cocktail glass, also known as a martini glass. Big batch: Martinis are best prepared individually. Extra dry: Made with almost no dry vermouth at all. Dirty martini: Add a splash of olive brine to the mixing glass with the gin and garnish with an olive.

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1 hours ago The Brown Cocktail Is Clearly A Colorful Drink. The Brown Cocktail is a fairly obscure mixed drink made with gin, rum and dry vermouth. It’s sort of …

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2 hours ago This Martini recipe uses equal parts of sweet and dry vermouth before adding gin (60ml gin, 10ml sweet vermouth, 10ml dry vermouth). The perfect Martini is not quite a Martinez but is sweeter than the average Martini. The term ‘perfect’ is an expression more commonly related to Manhattans, where bartenders ask if you like a sweet, perfect

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Just Now A Martini is made with Gin. And vermouth. And olives. A drink made with other ingredients has to be qualified. Vodka Martini, White Rum Martini. I have ordered "a martini" at a bar and gotten a glass of vodka with a twist, no Vermouth, even. Stupid bartender claimed she always made them like that. Tits for brains.

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8 hours ago The classic martini recipe may have vermouth as one of its main ingredients, but that doesn't mean it's an inevitable part of the drink. Creative bartenders have invented countless variations, including the dirty gin martini, spicy vodka martinis, and a long list of sweet or fruity dessert

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2 hours ago 50ml London Dry Gin, 10ml extra dry vermouth. Stir (or shake) both in a shaker with ice. Try not to break up the ice. Strain into a chilled cocktail glass and garnish with a twist of lemon peel. The Dirty Martini ~ 5:1 ratio. 50ml London Dry Gin, 5 ml dry vermouth, 5ml olive brine from a jar of good olives. Same method as before.

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9 hours ago Legend has it that Winston Churchill disliked vermouth so much that he'd only wave the bottle, or cork, over the martini. Vermouth comes in two main varieties, sweet and dry. Dry vermouth has an extremely herbal taste and, although some will drink it by itself on the rocks, dry vermouth is primarily a secondary ingredient in most cocktails.

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2 hours ago In fact, it is stronger than the dry Martini because there's very little vermouth in it to weigh down the gin. If we make the In & Out Martini with the average 80-proof gin, it would have an alcohol content of around 34 percent ABV (68 …

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Just Now The Original Bombay London Dry Gin is Bombay Spirits' take on a traditional London dry style. It employs 8 botanicals in its recipe, meticulously overseen and hand-selected by their Master of Botanicals, Ivano Tonutti: licorice, cassia bark, coriander seeds, angelica root, lemon peel, juniper berries, orris root, and almonds.

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8 hours ago For the record, my ideal Martini is a 50/50 split with navy strength gin (preferably New York Distilling Company's Perry's Tot), Dolin Dry Vermouth, 2 dashes of orange bitters, and 3-5 drops of saline solution. That combination always brings me back to Sunday afternoons at Grand Army, sipping Martinis and slurping oysters.

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