Short & Boozy
Preptime: 3 minutes
A classic martini is a classic cocktail consisting of gin and vermouth, garnished with either an olive or a lemon twist. It has gained widespread recognition over time and has become one of the most popular cocktails in the world. The martini is a true icon of the cocktail world, and its widespread popularity has even made the glass it's served in a popular choice.
- Chilled coupette
- Bar Spoon
- Measuring cup/jigger
- Mixing class
- 0,5 dry vermouth
- 6 cl gin
- lemon peel
- Prepare coupette glasses by freezing them
- Fill a stirring glass with ice.
- Pour 0,5 cl Dry Vermouth
- Add 6 cl of gin
- Stir 20 times to combine
- Strain the drink into the frozen coupette
- Garnish by squeezing a lemon peel
Spirits used to make Martini
Short & Boozy, Classic
A Manhattan is a classic cocktail made by combining rye whiskey, sweet vermouth, Angostura bitters, and maraschino liqueur. The mixture is stirred in a mixing glass with ice and strained into a chilled coupette. Garnish with an orange zest and cherry for the perfect finishing touch. To make a Manhattan, you'll need a chilled coupette, bar spoon, measuring cup or jigger, mixing glass, and strainer. You can get creative with with the bitters and the vermouth to achieve different flavors.
Modern Classic, Dessert
The original recipe for the espresso martini is a chilled shaken cocktail with espresso, sugar syrup, and vodka. That's it. While it goes by the name "martini," it deviates from the classic martini ingredients of gin and vermouth. As with other drinks that bear the term "martini" in their names, it is not a true martini. To give it an extra kick of coffee flavor, we enhance the recipe by using a coffee-infused vodka, which we call our Coffee Spirit.
Classic, Short & Boozy
A Negroni is an Italian cocktail, made of one part gin, one part vermouth rosso and one part Campari, garnished with orange peel. It is considered an apéritif. A traditionally made Negroni is stirred, not shaken; it is built over ice in an old-fashioned or rocks glass and garnished with a slice of orange.