Classic Gin Martini

Shaken or stirred? There are many theories as to where the Martini derives from, ranging from 1860’s California to the simple theory that it includes a brand of Vermouth, called Martini. This iconic cocktail is best served in a chilled glass, with an olive garnish. A classic Martini calls for a high quality, dimensional Gin.




3oz – 1823 London Dry Gin

1/2 oz – Dry Vermouth

1 Lemon Twist


Steps to Make It


i. Fill a mixing glass or cocktail shaker with ice

ii. Add ½ ounce Dry Vermouth

iii. Add 3 ounces 1823 London Dry Gin

iiii. Stir/shake for 30 seconds, then strain into a Martini glass.

iiiii. Garnish with one lemon twist, and enjoy!




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