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Perfect Dry Martini


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Rating: 5
by: Dave Reviewed: 05/15/2011
For a change!
Try adding a few crushed cardomon seeds to the Shaker and a tiny pinch of saffron to the bottom of the glass and leave out the olives. You can always just eat them whilst watching this great tasting martini develop a golden glow.
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Rating: 1
by: tom, NC Reviewed: 12/30/2008
Wrong preparation method. Too weak. Too insipid.
NO. While "cold" is correct, the method of "shaken not stirred" delivers an insipid beverage. Hardware: a two-part "Boston" cocktail shaker, a long muddling spoon, "barman's strainer," jigger measure, and ice cubes. NOT crushed/shaved. Cubes, chunks, hunks. Fill stemmed serving glass with ice to chill. FILL shaker with ice, add 1/2 oz Vermouth, stir briskly, then DISCARD the Vermouth. Add 1 1/2 oz. Gin, STIR for 30-45 seconds. Dump ice from serving glass, strain martini into cold glass, garnish.
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