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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

Dry Martini (5:1 ratio) Dickens Preferred image

Dry Martini (5:1 ratio) Dickens Preferred

We have chosen a 5:1 ratio as our 'preferred' Dry Martini specification in deference to David Embury who writes of this drink in his The Fine Art of Mixing

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Bradford Martini

More approachable than a stirred Dry Martini and downright soft compared to a Naked Martini.

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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Vesper Dry Martini

Many bartenders advocate that a Martini should be stirred and not shaken, some citing the ridiculous statement that shaking will bruise the gin. If you

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Corpse Reviver No.2 (Duffy's recipe)

Perhaps a touch sweet but the kill or cure alcohol is well masked.

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Dickens' Dry Martini

A 5:1 Dry Martini served without any garnish (i.e. no olive or twist). The name is a reference to Charles Dicken's novel Oliver Twist.

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Dirty Martini Cocktail

This drink varies from delicious to disgusting, depending on what's making it Dirty. This is traditionally the liquid from a jar of olives and if using

Dry Martini - The 'Naked' or 'Direct' Martini image

Dry Martini - The 'Naked' or 'Direct' Martini

The quantities of gin and vermouth stated in this recipe produce a Dry Martini with a 30:1 ratio of gin to vermouth. A small amount of dilution is achieved

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Green Puritan

Basically a three-ish-to-one Martini with a generous splash of Green Chartreuse.

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Manhattan (Dry)

A bone dry Manhattan for those with dry palates. If you like Dry Martinis then be sure to try one of these.

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No Borders

A tasty bittersweet Negroni-style aperitif.

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Oaxacan Negroni

Mezcal lends a characterful smoky note to this complex riff on a classic Negroni.

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Obituary

What a way to go. A Dry Martini with a dash of the green fairy.

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Ocean Cable

This cocktail originally appears in William Tarling's 1937 Café Royal Cocktail Book where its creation is attributed to one A. G. Scott. We've respected

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Original Sin

Sake and vodka with a delicate hint of honey.

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Peat's Dragon

Dry and aromatic with vermouth and aromatised wine, along with rich orange liqueur, gently influencing scotch whisky, enlivened with a subtle black pepper

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Sakini

Sake adds an almost wine-like delicacy to this approachable riff on the classic Dry Martini.

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The Conference

As with any good conference, all the participants in this cocktail are heard and their contribution is equally valued. Due to its layering of different

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The Original Margarita

There's debate as to who created the original Margarita recipe and when with a Dallas socialite called Margarita Sames most often credited (see below).