If you like salty drinks, the Dirty Martini is the best place to start. 1901 — the year an east coast bartender by the name of John O’Connor blessed the world with the Dirty Martini by muddling an olive in addition to the drink’s iconic olive garnish. On the palette, the Dirty Martini is anything but dirty, resulting in a smooth and enjoyable drinking experience. Best enjoyed sipping slow.
What you’ll need:
How to make it:
Now it’s time to make the cocktail. Make sure to have a separate glass for mixing filled with ice. Have the glass you’ll be using for the actual drink, preferably a martini glass, filled with fresh ice. The ice in the mixing glass will be left behind to avoid dilution.
- In a separate glass already filled with ice, add all your ingredients
- Keep stirring your drinking till it is chilled to your desired temperature.
- Garnish with 2 olives on a toothpick…what’s a martini without olives?!
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