Dry Martini

Photo courtesy Ken30684
  • Base Spirit Gin
  • Preparation Stirred
  • Flavor Boozy
  • Served Up

This classic Dry Martini recipe is what may drinkers know simply as a “martini.” The “dry” part (as opposed to sweet) is referencing the vermouth which is a key ingredient overlooked by many a martini maker.

Arguing about martini specs has been a national pastime for the last century, but the ones below are as close to standard as you can get.

For a full history of the drink, click through here.

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  1. Stir ingredients with ice and strain into a cocktail glass
  2. Garnish to taste with olive(s) or a twist
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