Dry Martini cocktail recipe – Waitrose admin | July 7, 2015 | Recipes Related Posts Martini Recipes : Cosmo Martini Recipe 5 Comments | Jul 7, 2015 Blue Lagoon Cocktail – How to make a Blue Lagoon Cocktail Recipe by Drink Lab (Popular) 12 Comments | Jul 7, 2015 How to Make a Margarita | Cocktail Recipes 25 Comments | Jul 7, 2015 Top 5 Martini Cocktail Recipes 25 Comments | Jul 7, 2015 Vodka Martini Cocktail – Four Ways | Jamie Oliver No Comments | Jan 5, 2017 How to Make a Martini | Cocktail Recipes No Comments | Nov 9, 2016 About The Author admin 24 Comments Max October 14, 2011 out of all the dry martini tutorials ive seen on youtube, this one’s the best NECRO NOCHI November 1, 2011 awesome!!!!!!!!!! sportsportsport March 9, 2012 lol 16 to 18 times! plonker. NationalFervor August 26, 2012 Great presentation, but you must know that a drier the martini means LESS vermouth, not more. concho22 June 11, 2013 I am shocked at Waitrose for not doing there research on a Martini before posting. This drink is not a Martini its a glass of cold Gin, which is not really that nice to drink. The correct way to make a Martini is to use 21/2oz of Gin, 1/2oz of Dry Vermouth and 2 drops of orange bitters, then the garnish of your choice but 9 out of 10 times its an olive or 2 or a Lemon twist. Check out my videos if you want to make your cocktails correctly. Also he could have used a clean glass…! JAVIER HUIZA August 5, 2013 Very nice Yoachim August 28, 2013 impressive Spiros Rapos October 11, 2013 in my opinion this is the best video on youtube about the dry martini, from personal experience this is the best way to make it. personally i like to first discard the vermouth inside the ice filled glass and then when ready discard it together with the ice, so even the glass gets that little hint of vermouth emmanuel lara December 11, 2013 cara dura Pablo Ayos December 19, 2013 well, the citrus gin can be good..i prefer with dash orange bitters… Marisabel Suárez December 25, 2013 Thank youuuu! It looks delicious Carlos Mena December 30, 2013 Yes! The perfect way to make a dry gin martini. GiuseppeCdH February 11, 2014 nice work, how many cl is that glass?? Jennifer Brooms February 11, 2014 It looks taste.. Unfortunetly here in Italy barman’s don’t know how to make a Dry Martini Cocktail at all.. I alway’s complain about it… cactusclicks May 3, 2014 Interesting idea including the citrus oil. I’m on my second Martini this evening but im going to have to mix a third to try this new idea. One Martini, two Martini’s three Martini’s floor……… cheequilope June 16, 2014 the best I ever saw Filco Channel June 16, 2014 This actually is a stirred EXTRA dry martiny. I personnaly prefer not to get rid of the vermouth and shake the cocktail to get it all 1) colder ; 2) slightly more diluted and thus less syrupy and thick. Very nice tutorial indeed! Jimmy Curtis July 28, 2014 “Like surrrrr” Rina Ljungquist September 17, 2014 wonderful Simone Pusceddu September 21, 2014 Fantastic joesuperman8 November 17, 2014 that amount of ice really isnt gonna make it any colder than if it were half full bloodySunday77 January 15, 2015 Believe it or not, I have a book on martinis and there are so many ways to make one. The most common and classic ratio of gin vs. vermouth is 4 to 1, and what you see here is something between a SUPER DRY & an ARRID martini. No problem whatsoever if you prefer it that way, but don’t refer to it as “classic”. It’s one of the very few standards that still exist for this cocktail. Atchara Sakulyodsawasdi March 30, 2015 My favorite drink. Jiwan Gurung March 30, 2015 Whats the differece between dry martini n normal martini or are all of them same?