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Contributed by Neal Bodenheimer
At Cure in New Orleans, co-owner Neal Bodenheimer believes Arctic temperatures aren’t the right way to approach such a nuanced drink. Instead, he thinks the Martini should be served only slightly chilled and—gasp!—closer to room temperature.
This recipe originally appeared as part of Are Martinis Better at Room Temperature?
Add all the ingredients into a mixing glass and stir.
Strain into a slightly chilled coupe or Martini glass.
Garnish with a lemon peel.
Mixing your cocktail
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