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Dry Martini (15:1 ratio) Montgomery's image

Dry Martini (15:1 ratio) Montgomery's

Bone dry - a superbly cleansing Martini. Through experimentation we have found that 15:1 Martinis are better shaken rather than stirred. Conversely 3:1

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Dry Martini 'Preferred' (5:1 ratio)

This is my go-to Dry Martini, although I arrive at the same 5:1 ratio with a generous 75ml (2½oz) gin to 15ml (½oz) dry vermouth. I chose a 5:1 ratio

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Prescription Julep

Rye whiskey and cognac combine harmoniously in this delicious julep.

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Jabberwock

Mouth-puckeringly dry, this is a great aperitivo with quinine, fino sherry, gin botanicals and citrus all singing harmoniously.

Tuxedo (Difford's recipe) image

Tuxedo (Difford's recipe)

Inspired by the numerous other Tuxedo recipes, this combines the best of them with a faint hint of sweetness (from the bianco vermouth and old tom gin)

Oye Mi Canto (Hear My Song) image

Oye Mi Canto (Hear My Song)

This pale pink cocktail looks delicate and indeed is delicately balanced with a wisp of mezcal smoke. Even if you forgo the infusion and use unflavoured

Bamboo Cocktail (Joaquín Simó's recipe) image

Bamboo Cocktail (Joaquín Simó's recipe)

Dry, delicate. Aromatic and complex.

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Ford Cocktail

The Ford Cocktail is a Martini-style cocktail sweetened by both the use of old tom gin and Bénédictine D.O.M. liqueur (not Bénédictine B&B) served

Dry Martini (7:1 ratio) Embury's image

Dry Martini (7:1 ratio) Embury's

Readers of Embury will know he had a bone dry palate and Martinis made to his specification are just that, and with the correct dilution, fabulous.

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Carlton Banks

Reminiscent of a classic champagne cocktail with cognac, champagne and zesty orange flavours dominating. It's surprising how little cherry brandy notes

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Jerezana Cocktail

Pronounced 'Hera-Zana', this delicious stirred cocktail combines two sherries and two vermouths with faint vanilla richness balanced by pronounced orange

Tuxedo No. 2 (Flora Bar's recipe) image

Tuxedo No. 2 (Flora Bar's recipe)

Sweet white vermouth and generous maraschino liqueur mellow the usual Tuxedo bone dryness while also adding aroma and flavour.

Satan's Whiskers (Straight) image

Satan's Whiskers (Straight)

Dry and citrusy with underlying piney gin and herbal complexity.

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Three Storms Flip

Peaty smoky whisky subtly influences this complex and silky-smooth rum flip.

San Francisco (Café Royal) image

San Francisco (Café Royal)

Fruity, aromatic and complex. This is one of my favourite sloe gin cocktails, made all the more appealing by its bijou serve.

Martinez (with Old Tom gin) image

Martinez (with Old Tom gin)

Use an authentic-tasting distilled old tom gin that's balanced rather than overly sweet, and you'll have a fabulous cocktail.

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Bradford Martini

I do like a shaken Dry Martini! Sorry, I should say Bradford. For some a shaken martini is blasphemous but the aeration generated by the more vigorous

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Anejo Manhattan

Añejo tequila rather than American whiskey dominates this Manhattan riff.

Bamboo Cocktail (Difford's 'Perfect' recipe) image

Bamboo Cocktail (Difford's 'Perfect' recipe)

This Bamboo recipe achieves a 'perfect' balance between the dry mineral notes of fino sherry in contrast to both rich bianco and dry vermouths. Classically,

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Fire & Brimstone

A refreshing riff on a Mezcal Margarita with enlivening chili heat.

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Gin Salad Dry Martini

A Gin Salad is made like a regular Dry Martini but with three olives and two cocktail onions as garnish. They should be pushed onto the stick in the following

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Manhattan Transfer

Amaro takes the place of aromatic bitters and adds bitter-sweetness in this riff on a Dry Manhattan.

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Dry Martini (15:5 dumped) Franklin

A Dry Martini named after Franklin Roosevelt and garnished with two olives.

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Dry Martini (10:1 ratio)

If you are going to shake, rather than stir, a Martini (yes, it then becomes a Bradford) then this 10:1 ratio works rather well as there's something about

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