"Sour Cherry Martinez 1887 | Crafted Pour"

"Luxardo Sour Cherry Martinez A classic precursor to the Martini, with foggy Bay Area origins. It Seems that legend can’t decide whether this 19Th-Century Cocktail was created first by Bartender Jerry Thomas at The Occidental Hotel In San Francisco, Or by Bartender Richelieue at A Saloon in Martinez, California. But what is known is that Luxardo was absolutely there for the inception of the Martinez, as evidenced by The Thomas’ Guide for the original recipe: A “Pony” Of Gin, A “Glass” Of Vermouth, A Dash of Bitters, And Two Dashes of Luxardo Maraschino Originale. Since then, the recipe has passed through many bartenders with various recorded changes, but the herbal and sweet Luxardo Maraschino Originale — as well as the ease with which the cocktail is made — has remained consistent throughout. Luxardo Sour Cherry Gin brings extra flair to this recipe, adding sweeter notes of marasca cherries and juniper to the herbal and tangy Martinez.", "undefined", "Sour Cherry Martinez 1887",

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Sour Cherry Martinez 1887 By , May 8, 2009 Luxardo Sour Cherry Martinez

A classic precursor to the Martini, with foggy Bay Area origins.

It Seems that legend can’t decide whether this 19Th-Century Cocktail was created first by Bartender Jerry Thomas at The Occidental Hotel In San Francisco, Or by Bartender Richelieue at A Saloon in Martinez, California. But what is known is that Luxardo was absolutely there for the inception of the Martinez, as evidenced by The Thomas’ Guide for the original recipe: A “Pony” Of Gin, A “Glass” Of Vermouth, A Dash of Bitters, And Two Dashes of Luxardo Maraschino Originale. 

Since then, the recipe has passed through many bartenders with various recorded changes, but the herbal and sweet Luxardo Maraschino Originale — as well as the ease with which the cocktail is made — has remained consistent throughout.

Luxardo Sour Cherry Gin brings extra flair to this recipe, adding sweeter notes of marasca cherries and juniper to the herbal and tangy Martinez. Luxardo Sour Cherry Martinez A classic precursor to the Martini, with foggy Bay Area origins. It Seems that legend can’t decide whether this 19Th-Century Cocktail was created first by Bartender Jerry Thomas at The Occidental Hotel In San Francisco, Or by Bartender Richelieue at A Saloon in Martinez, California. But what is known is that Luxardo was absolutely there for the inception of the Martinez, as evidenced by The Thomas’ Guide for the original recipe: A “Pony” Of Gin, A “Glass” Of Vermouth, A Dash of Bitters, And Two Dashes of Luxardo Maraschino Originale. Since then, the recipe has passed through many bartenders with various recorded changes, but the herbal and sweet Luxardo Maraschino Originale — as well as the ease with which the cocktail is made — has remained consistent throughout. Luxardo Sour Cherry Gin brings extra flair to this recipe, adding sweeter notes of marasca cherries and juniper to the herbal and tangy Martinez. Ingredients: - Luxardo Sour Cherry Gin - Luxardo Maraschino Liqueur Instructions: • Add Luxardo Sour Cherry Gin, Luxardo Maraschino Originale, sweet vermouth, and two dashes of bitters to a mixing glass filled with ice, then stir until chilled. •Strain into a chilled glass. •Garnish with an orange peel twist and a Luxardo Maraschino Cherry. Originals,Martini,Classics Riff