3 ounces OTG
1 ounces dry vermouth
Gather the ingredients.
In a mixing glass filled with ice cubes, combine the gin and vermouth, pouring more or less vermouth to your taste. ...
Stir for 30 seconds. ...
Strain into a chilled cocktail glass. .
Add a dash of bitters, if desired. ...
Garnish with olives or a lemon twist.
Don't forget to chill your glass with ice cubes while stirring your drink.
The history of Martini is a mysterious one - that's why we say it's a woman: you can observe the drink in every single detail but you will never understand where it comes from. Unless you stop guessing.
Anyway, we know there are many stories about this drink: some say it was born from a Jerry Thomas' cocktail -the Martinez-, others say it was named after the Italian bartender who invented it in New York around 1912 and served it for the first time to John Rockefeller.
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