Dirty Martini recipe

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Dirty Martini recipe

1. Place an ice cube and a small amount of water in a cocktail glass. Place in freezer for 2 – 3 minutes.

2. Fill a mixer with all ingredients including garnish. Cover and shake hard 3 – 4 times.

3. Remove cocktail glass from freezer, and empty. Strain contents of the mixer into the cocktail glass, include one of the olives, and serve with a mysterious smile.

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posted by Aaron Burr @ 08:10PM, 6/16/07

Dirty martinis are one of the most complex and unique drinks. You’re only covering up cheap liquor if you’re using cheap liquor.

Additionally, dirty martinis are traditionally made with gin, not vodka. If you’re looking to experiment, try using Plymouth gin – incredibly smooth and flavorful.

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posted by CQ @ 06:21AM, 1/07/08

I have always been lead to believe that Ian Flemming was exposing Mr Bond’s humble roots by asking for his martini to be shaken. When it really ought be stirred.

But as many of you concur, horses for courses.
There is no such thing as correct, when it comes to taste.

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