Tanqueray Dry Martini
In a shaker with ice, add Tanqueray London Dry Gin. Shake and strain into chilled martini glass. Spritz with hint of dry vermouth. Garnish with an olive.
This sophisticated cocktail's exact origins are unclear, but one theory is that it evolved from a cocktail created in Martinez, California during the mid-1800s gold rush. A bartender created the ‘Martinez Special’ from gin, vermouth, maraschino liqueur, bitters and lemon for a miner who had struck gold and wanted to celebrate. By 1922, the martini reached its most recognisable form and was a popular drink order during the Roaring Twenties. Over the years, the Martini has gained a reputation as one of the best-known mixed cocktails.
- 50ml Tanqueray London Dry Gin
- 10ml dry vermouth
- Olive for garnish
- In a shaker with ice, add Tanqueray London Dry Gin.
- Shake and strain into chilled martini glass.
- Spritz with hint of dry vermouth.
- Garnish with olive.
Alcohol content: 18.4g per serve