"Gin Martini with Agar Pearls | Crafted Pour"

"I made the vermouth component of the gin martini cocktail into agar pearls. The pearls look beautiful and allow you to taste the two components separately. It’s a totally different experience finishing the drink with the pearls—like a bubble tea martini 😆. The cold-oil spherification process is also really easy to do.", "undefined", "Gin Martini with Agar Pearls",

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Gin Martini with Agar Pearls By , May 8, 2009 I made the vermouth component of the gin martini cocktail into agar pearls. The pearls look beautiful and allow you to taste the two components separately. It’s a totally different experience finishing the drink with the pearls—like a bubble tea martini 😆. The cold-oil spherification process is also really easy to do. I made the vermouth component of the gin martini cocktail into agar pearls. The pearls look beautiful and allow you to taste the two components separately. It’s a totally different experience finishing the drink with the pearls—like a bubble tea martini 😆. The cold-oil spherification process is also really easy to do. Ingredients: - Gin - Agar Agar Powder Instructions: For the agar pearls: Chill 1.5 cups of olive oil in a tall container in the freezer for at least 1 hour. Add 3/4 tsp Agar Agar powder and 1.5 cups of dry vermouth in a saucepan. Bring to a boil. Allow mixture to cool slightly and add to a large syringe or squeeze bottle. Slowly drop the solution into the cold olive oil. Strain the pearls from the oil and rinse throughly. Add agar pearls to fill 1/3 of a chilled martini glass. Add gin to a mixing glass and stir until well chilled. Strain gin into the martini glass. Garnish with a lemon twist. Spirit Forward,Agar,Molecular ,Martini,Originals,Gastronomy