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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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Left Bank Martini

An aromatic, dry blend. Modern bartending convention would suggest that this drink should be stirred. However, it's much better shaken. Go easy with the

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One Sip Martini

One sip is never enough of a really good thing – see our Three Gulps Martini.

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Algonquin

Classically made with dry vermouth, this vintage cocktail is so much better with bianco vermouth – in which case, ripe pineapple fruitiness and rye whiskey

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Anejo Manhattan

Añejo tequila rather than American whiskey dominates this Manhattan riff.

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Añejo Old Fashioned

A hint of agave syrup sweetness knocks and dilution from the stirred ice knocks back the spirit's fire while opening and releasing agave flavours. If

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Benton's Old Fashioned

Even vegetarians like bacon and everybody likes Old Fashioneds.

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Bermondsey Minute

Tequila and lavender are a match made in heaven, made more complex with herbal wine notes from the vermouth, aromatised by delicately fruity maraschino

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Bradford Martini

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

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De La Louisiane #4

A rye-based Sweet Manhattan made even sweeter with herbal Bénédictine liqueur and bittered with Peychaud's and absinthe. Originally made with equal

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Dry Martini (10:1 ratio) Preferred Shaken

There's something about shaking a Dry Martini (as opposed to stirring a Martini) that amplifies the vermouth notes meaning that shaken Martinis need less

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Dry Martini (15:5 dumped) Franklin

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

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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Froupe Cocktail

A bittersweet, herbal old-school drink that's in line for rediscovery.

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Gin Blossom Martini

Fragrant apricot eau-de-vie nestles alongside piney gin botanicals with faint sweetness from herbal vermouth.

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Hunter's Verdict

Brilliantly balanced and composed, this is a rum-forward boozy digestive with herbal complexity and enlivening ginger to contemplate a great meal and a

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Improved Whiskey Cocktail

An Old-Fashioned improved by the addition of maraschino liqueur.

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Loaded Pistol

Adapted from a recipe created in 2019 by Erick Castro at Polite Provisions, San Diego, USA. Erick's original recipe calls for a grasshopper salt rim made

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M & M

Deliciously simple, boozy, vaguely Negroni-like, very tasty, and perfect for late-night sipping.

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Manhattan (Sweet)

I must confess to preferring my Manhattans served Sweet, or Perfect at a push. The Manhattan is complex, challenging and moreish. Best of all, it's available