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Dry Martini

At the beginning of the 20th century in a renowned New York club, the bartender — named Martini — had a client who really liked Gin and no drink made it up, until one day he got tired and served a dry vermouth, soaked the walls of the glass and threw out the contents. Then he served gin and added an olive to it. The client was so satisfied with his cocktail that he decided to baptize the drink as Martini, in honor of that bartender. I ngredientes: 
  • 75 ml gin
  • 15 ml Martini Extra Dry
  • 2 drops of Angostura (optional)
 Preparation:  Gently stir all ingredients with ice and serve in a cold glass. Add a cold olive with toothpick or a lemon peel detail.

Publication Date: 13/12/2018

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