Gin Martini Recipe

Crisp, clean gin martini cocktail. One is not enough! Chill the gin in the freezer overnight before preparing the drink. This prevents the ice from melting and diluting the drink. Do not allow plastic or metal of any kind to touch the drink.

Rating: 3.5/5(2)
Total Time: 3 mins
Servings: 1
Calories: 239 per serving

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

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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 classic martini was made as a gin cocktail, but you can substitute for vodka if preferred. By Emma Crist Recipe by MyRecipes October 2015

Rating: 5/5(3)
Servings: 1

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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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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.

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Instructions. 1 Place a mixing glass and a coupe in the freezer to chill at least thirty minutes ahead of time. 2 In the chilled mixing glass, combine orange bitters, dry vermouth, and gin. Add ice to fill the mixing glass and stir quickly until well chilled, about 20 seconds. 3 Strain into the chilled coupe and garnish with the lemon twist.

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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 prepare the drink itself.

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Classic Gin Martini Recipe Measurements. The debate as to what the correct measurements of gin and vermouth are for a gin martini is a fierce one. However, a good starting point is a 3:1 ratio.

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The Martini is one of the world’s most famous and loved cocktails (whether shaken or stirred), and following celebrations for World Martini Day 2020 what better occasion than this for trying out some new Martini recipes. The classic Martini cocktail is made with gin and vermouth, garnished with olives or a lemon twist. A Vodka Martini is a

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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 with olive or lemon twist and serve.

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The martini is simple, in theory. Just three ingredients: a whisper of vermouth, some gin, and an olive (or twist of lemon). But there are many subtle variations on this basic theme. Shaggy's martini is a classic approach. And here are a few variations on the theme: Dan Fay Martini. World's Greatest Martini.

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The martini is a subjective drink and everyone has their preference: gin, vodka, both, dry, wet, dirty, shaken, stirred. Below is a fail-safe classic recipe. By Jack Wakelin

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Fill a glass beaker or cocktail shaker with ice and pour in vermouth. Stir 15 seconds, then let sit 30 seconds. Stir again, then strain out and discard vermouth.

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Directions. Fill a shaker three-fourths full with ice. Add gin and vermouth; cover and shake until condensation forms on outside of shaker. Strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Garnish with olives. Editor's Note: This recipe makes a dry martini. Use less vermouth for an extra-dry martini; use more for a "wet" martini.

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Before diving into the history of the Classic Gin Martini Cocktail recipe, which is one of the best American inventions ever, here are some other classic gin cocktails to check out: the Negroni, the Adios Pink Lemonade, the Tom Collins, the Singapore Sling, and The Aviation. OK, now onto the history of the Classic Gin Martini, which, like so many other cocktail recipes, is murky at best.

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1. Shaking allows the vermouth to dissolve into the gin and not taste as oily. 2. Shaking makes your drink cold. All martinis taste best ice cold. Best Garnishes. If there is one thing martini drinkers love, it’s the garnish. Spanish queen olives are our go-to but don’t skimp with just one - 3 is best.

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Method. Put a martini glass in the fridge to chill for 10 mins. Pour the gin and vermouth into a mixing glass or jug filled with ice cubes. Stir with a mixing spoon until the outside of the glass is very cold, then taste to check the dilution. If needed, continue to stir until the martini is diluted and chilled to your liking.

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How to make the perfect gin martini?

  • Fill a metal shaker with cracked ice.
  • Pour in the dry vermouth, stir briefly, and strain out (this may be discarded).
  • Add 4 ounces of gin. Stir briskly for about 10 seconds.
  • Strain into a chilled cocktail glass, and garnish with olives or a lemon twist.

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.

What ingredients are in gin martini?

Ingredients In The Best Gin Martini Recipe 2 ¾ oz Gin; ¾ oz Dry vermouth; Lemon twist or olives for garnish

What is better vodka or gin martini?

The Great Debate: Gin or Vodka Martinis?

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