Tanqueray No. Ten
Belsazar Dry Vermouth
Green Olives (Garnish)
0 units of alcohol per serve
- Stir all ingredients in an ice filled Mixing Glass.
- Strain into a chilled Martini or Coupe Glass.
- Garnish with three Green Olives.
20.2g per serve
There are many different ways to make a Martini, and there is no one "correct" recipe. The most popular variations of the Martini include the Dry Martini (made with Dry Vermouth), the Wet Martini (made with a greater proportion of Dry Vermouth), and the Dirty Martini (made with olive brine).
History of the drink
The Martini is a classic cocktail that has been around for over 150 years. It was originally made with gin and vermouth, and was served straight up with a twist of lemon. The Martini became popular in the United States during the Prohibition era, when gin was the most popular spirit.