A dry gin martini is traditionally considered the most famous beverage globally and we love this Gin Martini recipe. Even though countless “martinis” styles exist, only one proper Martini exists. Few cocktails can compare to this basic formula. Only a few crucial ingredients are required, and 30 seconds to whisk (not shake!) one up. The taste is a floral aroma with a dry character that you can personalize according to your preferences.
A dry gin martini is easy to create; your favorite Gin and dry vermouth are all you need. Vodka or Gin, dirty or dry, shaken or stirred, olive or lemon garnish, and so on are many options for modifying the recipe and technique. These options have prompted a debate over making a “good” martini. While there is no correct or incorrect answer, the only proper response is how you value it. You are, after all, the one who will be enjoying the cocktail.
After some practice with this classic Martini, you’ll know how to prepare “the greatest martini” for your preferences. The most challenging part of making Martini is learning how to adjust the Gin to Vermouth ratio, try different brands, and decide on a garnish. It’s not a challenging endeavor, and you may join the ranks of dedicated martini experts. But don’t just take our word for it, give this Gin Martini recipe a try and let us know what you think!
Necessary Ingredients for Martini Recipe Gin
- London dry gin — 75ml.
- Dry vermouth — 15 ml.
- Olives — 3g.
- Ice cubes — 4 pc.
Necessary Bar Tools for Gin Martini Recipe
- Cocktail glass — 1 pc.
- Glass for mixing — 1 pc.
- Strainer — 1 pc.
- Jigger — 1 pc.
- Cocktail spoon — 1 pc.
Directions for a Martini with Gin
- Pour dry vermouth 15 ml gin 75 ml into a mixing glass.
- Fill the glass with ice cubes and stir with the cocktail spoon.
- Fracture mixture through a strainer into a chilled cocktail glass.
- Decorate with olives on a skewer.