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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.

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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

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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Hemingway Breakfast

Basically, a bitter orange and clove daiquiri.- We found this recipe really sung when we added a splash of water for some extra dilution and half a bar

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Lachlan's Antiscorbutic

With its delicate shade of pink from a splash of raspberry liqueur this cocktail is feistier than it appears with salty gherkin flavours combining brilliantly

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Negroni del Professore

Bittersweet and Negroni-like with deep herbal, rooty and bark bitterness.

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Old Friend

Tart, dry and lightly bitter, but with just enough underlying sweetness to stroke the palate and make another sip so very desirable – a complex, bittersweet

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Paper Plane

This pink/rust red drink is bittersweet with underlying bourbon character and lemon zestiness.

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Vesper Dry Martini

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

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Amaroni

Piney notes in the gin are amplified in this bitter-bittersweet riff on a classic Negroni.

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Bamboo Cocktail (Boothby's 1908 recipe)

This bone dry cocktail makes for a great aperitif, but you may find the Bamboo 'Perfect' version of this cocktail easier going.

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Canadian Tuxedo

On the sour/dry side, this aperitif-style cocktail combines bittersweet amaro and gentian with Canadian rye whisky and citrus sourness.

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Clandestine

Honey balances bitter notes of gentian with citrusy bergamot and Scotch spirit. An aperitif of digestif.

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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.