Meet the inverted Martini.
A Martini-style drink with less bite and a little more roundness.
For the revamp of New York's iconic Four Seasons bar, Thomas Waugh developed this house Martini, which is pre-batched and pre-chilled.
Dale DeGroff’s Martini recipe builds on a simple and strong combination of Beefeater Gin and Martini Reserva Speciale Ambrato vermouth.
An unusual, but elegant Martini.
In this recipe from London's White Lyan, lactic acid is used to give a Martini an extra creamy texture.
Phil Ward's take on the Steakhouse Martini calls on both dry and bianco vermouth to complement the traditional gin base.
This kitchen-sink Martini variation includes gin, vodka, charred onion-infused dry vermouth, celery shrub and sherry vinegar.
Bar Goto's house Martini utilizes the salted cherry blossom as replacement for the hint of saltiness that an olive typically brings, combined with the subtle florality and sweetness of maraschino…
The Gin Blossom is Julie Reiner's aromatic modern play on the Martini that mashes up apricot eau de vie, bianco vermouth and gin.
How a quirky Prohibition-era bourbon cocktail came to manifest on U.S. drink menus right now.