"Dry Martini | Crafted Pour"

"Quite simply the king of cocktails, no drink has done more to push the cocktail into the limelight. The image of a martini glass, punctuated with an olive, timelessly endures through film, art, and culture. A marriage of gin and vermouth, nobody is quite sure who first got them to say “I do” in the late 1800s. Which gin? (we recommend Fords Gin) Which vermouth? How much gin, how much vermouth? Bitters? Which garnish? What glass? The most personal of cocktails. Everybody has (or should have) an opinion on how to make the perfect martini.", "Dry Martini", "Dry Martini",

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Dry Martini By , May 8, 2009 Quite simply the king of cocktails, no drink has done more to push the cocktail into the limelight.

The image of a martini glass, punctuated with an olive, timelessly endures through film, art, and culture. A marriage of gin and vermouth, nobody is quite sure who first got them to say “I do” in the late 1800s.
Which gin? (we recommend Fords Gin)
Which vermouth?
How much gin, how much vermouth?
Bitters?
Which garnish?
What glass?
The most personal of cocktails. Everybody has (or should have) an opinion on how to make the perfect martini. Quite simply the king of cocktails, no drink has done more to push the cocktail into the limelight. The image of a martini glass, punctuated with an olive, timelessly endures through film, art, and culture. A marriage of gin and vermouth, nobody is quite sure who first got them to say “I do” in the late 1800s. Which gin? (we recommend Fords Gin) Which vermouth? How much gin, how much vermouth? Bitters? Which garnish? What glass? The most personal of cocktails. Everybody has (or should have) an opinion on how to make the perfect martini. Ingredients: - Ford's Gin - Dolin Dry Vermouth Instructions: Add all the ingredients to a mixing glass and fill with ice. Stir, and strain into a cocktail glass. Garnish with an olive or a lemon twist. Martini,Slings,Ginger,Vermouth,Classics,Spirit Forward,Prohibition,All Recipes