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This Roman Martini Couldn’t Exist Pretty Much Anywhere Else but Italy

Contributed by on Feb 20, 2018
Italy Rome Gin

This cocktail by Andrea Apolloni, the bar owner of Keyhole Speakeasy in Rome, is made using water from the Trevi Fountain (just for fun—as this is not a drinking fountain), whose water flows from the city’s ancient aqueducts.


  • 2 oz London dry gin
  • 1/2 oz moscato grappa
  • Rinse of dry vermouth

Glass: Coupe

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