"Back Room Martini | Crafted Pour"

"I’m not normally a martini girl. However, when I tried a bottle of Old Harbor San Miguel Southwestern Gin I knew it would be fantastic in an ice cold martini. And after a stressful work day it felt like the perfect time to try one out. I imagined this drink as what a non-whiskey drinker would sip in a dark, smoky back room aside a cigar. The smoke of the bitters, the unique botanicals of this gin and the very dry vermouth hit all the right notes. ", "undefined", "Back Room Martini",

"Ingredients"

Back Room Martini By , May 8, 2009 I’m not normally a martini girl. However, when I tried a bottle of Old Harbor San Miguel Southwestern Gin I knew it would be fantastic in an ice cold martini. And after a stressful work day it felt like the perfect time to try one out. I imagined this drink as what a non-whiskey drinker would sip in a dark, smoky back room aside a cigar. The smoke of the bitters, the unique botanicals of this gin and the very dry vermouth hit all the right notes.
I’m not normally a martini girl. However, when I tried a bottle of Old Harbor San Miguel Southwestern Gin I knew it would be fantastic in an ice cold martini. And after a stressful work day it felt like the perfect time to try one out. I imagined this drink as what a non-whiskey drinker would sip in a dark, smoky back room aside a cigar. The smoke of the bitters, the unique botanicals of this gin and the very dry vermouth hit all the right notes. Ingredients: - Old Harbor San Miguel Southwestern Gin - Noilly Prat Extra Dry Vermouth Instructions: Stir all ingredients well with ice. Strain into a chilled martini glass. Garnish with 3 Spanish olives. Cheers to being off the clock! Martini,Savory,Spirit Forward