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.
A simple and strong 7:1 Martini with a straightforward, purist style.
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 features gin, vodka and charred onion-infused dry vermouth.
Bar Goto's house Martini with salted cherry blossom
Created for a martini-and-oyster pairing event, where this drink matched up with briny Gulf Coast oysters, a spoonful of Guinness stout “essence” adds a robust bitter note.
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