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  • Re: the EXTRA dry martini

    [quote user="Louis Anderman"]bartenders questioned saw it as an open invitation for the customer to tell you that you're doing it wrong[/quote] that is so true, another drink that falls under the same category is the Cosmo... too many ladies send it back expecting a pink candy flavoured...
    Posted to Bars and Bartenders (Forum) by Dawid Steenkamp on 22 Nov 2009
  • Re: the EXTRA dry martini

    I really like to see the look on peoples face whenever they have their first Martini with Orange bitters. Most people love it, a few don’t, but it´s still a nice experience. Unfortunately, it´s not hard to get a “best martini ever” response around here. Why? Simple, I’m...
    Posted to Bars and Bartenders (Forum) by Tony Harion on 20 Nov 2009
  • Re: the EXTRA dry martini

    The thing is, what is the correct martini? The guest who orders an extra dry gin Martini (not shaken or something silly). has made this drink at home for years and they like cold gin, with perhaps a hint of vermouth. Its such an old debate that it has IMHO moved over to be irrelevant. Churchill famously...
    Posted to Bars and Bartenders (Forum) by Dawid Steenkamp on 20 Nov 2009
  • the EXTRA dry martini

    i am going to start off saying I am a 2-3:1 (with a dash of bitters)drinker. However the bar i work at has a house recipe that is 2 1/2 zo spirit (gin or vodka) and 1/2oz or less dry vermouth (Noilly Prat at home and at work thank god)(at least they stir it ). SO when a guest orders a dry martini, what...
    Posted to Bars and Bartenders (Forum) by Ole on 20 Nov 2009
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