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Contributed by Dushan Zaric
It doesn’t get more elegant than a classic gin Martini.
Add all the ingredients to a mixing glass and fill with ice.
Stir, and strain into a cocktail glass.
Garnish with a lemon twist.
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Why would anyone freeze the gin. Does not make sense. The blend of gin and vermouth is all wrong. Should be 60-ml dry gin, 15-ml dry vermouth + the dash of orange bitters.
As a bartender at Michel's in Honolulu in the late 60s and early 70s, I used gin with a dash of dry vermouth. .75 ounce of dry Vermouth is going to be to much Vermouth.
The Old Codger is right. A Martini must have Gin and Vermouth, and not much else. Any other spirit as the dominant ingredient means you have something else altogether.
....sorry, it cannot be a martini if it' s made with anything other than gin...with vodka it could be a vodkatini or a mocktini, but never a martini.........