How To Make The Perfect Martini admin | July 7, 2015 | Recipes Related Posts How to Make a Martini | Cocktail Recipes No Comments | Nov 9, 2016 Martini Recipes : Cosmo Martini Recipe 5 Comments | Jul 7, 2015 Dry Martini cocktail recipe – Waitrose 24 Comments | Jul 7, 2015 Fifty Shades of Grey Vodka-Pomegranate Cocktail Recipe 24 Comments | Jul 7, 2015 How to Make a Margarita | Cocktail Recipes 25 Comments | Jul 7, 2015 6 Classic Cocktail Recipes! No Comments | Nov 9, 2016 About The Author admin 25 Comments Farenly ジェネシス December 26, 2013 shaken, not stirred panchotheaddict420 December 26, 2013 now I want one and a line of blow Mogul Siren January 22, 2014 why do you need 3 jiggers? and why you didn’t chill the glass first prior to making the martini? Anshelm von Weltheim February 25, 2014 Take that lemon strip off, it’s not a fruit salad. Vinod James March 12, 2014 You’re supposed to chill the glass with ice and water BEFORE you start mixing the martini, otherwise it barely gets cold at all Riddarstolphe II May 4, 2014 Don’t forget the childrens’ tears Barbara Gwen May 5, 2014 I love how under every drink video on YouTube, there are tons of comments complaining about it. Wake up people! There is no one absolute right way to make a drink! Get over yourselves and just be open to different ideas. shankpeterman July 21, 2014 How about the orange bitters that are a crucial part of making the drink “properly” (in the classic sense)? Jake Kelley September 6, 2014 0:58 the wonderful thing about jiggers, is jiggers are wonderful things Ericberto Lopez September 11, 2014 Chill Glass first next time, Smart guy….. Please stop making videos! MagnumPI4 November 12, 2014 no olives… 0/10 SpikeCuervo November 20, 2014 You should chill your glass first! Ivan Popov November 24, 2014 As far as I know ‘Perfect Martini’ (or any cocktail prefixed as ‘Perfect’) is the combination of the base spirit (gin most often) with equal parts of dry and sweet vermouth. So the title maybe means ‘perfect Classic Martini’, or ‘perfect Dry Martini’? tomasz edward gutowski November 25, 2014 how to make a perfekt joke! sorry, but this is not very professional! Dr-Pauls December 18, 2014 Too much talk! Capt Ocie February 25, 2015 the wonderful thing about jiggers is jiggers are wonderful things… wait… wrong program? HRH TARA Altar March 20, 2015 VERONICA – NO WE ARE WORK ASSOCIATES BAM FROM THE COMMANDERS PREP AREA – DOUBLE ABSOLUTER MARTINI DIRT VERY DIRTY FILLED WITH OLIVES ( I would have a tanqueray martini – been making those since I was six for my father – idiot – but I am on a Lear jet and its 4 billion not a million) this contract requires very fast drunkenness backed out two and a half times already) well yeah i know how to do this law suit – 4 billion, bm for brains Nick Lonergan March 25, 2015 youre gonna like this extremely… extremely well Kevin Dayao June 3, 2015 So if it’s Vodka and no Vermouth at all then isn’t that just chilled Vodka? BeemoMan June 3, 2015 what happens when I shake it ?? I’m gonna make it when I now this ^_^ Eric Needs June 5, 2015 I wish everything was this wonderful. Santiago De jesùs Gallo Vargas June 15, 2015 gloclocka June 28, 2015 This guys a nerd!! Michael De La Vega July 2, 2015 French Vermouth?!!! https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vermouth Rex Keyes July 6, 2015 July 5, 2015 This video is great. There are two types of martini drinkers, gin (the old style) and vodka ( the new generation). I applaude them both because it is the ambiance of making and drinking a maritini that no other drink can compare. Whether on a sailboat, or on a Greek island in the Carribean or at a local bar listening to music, sipping a martini brings a certain appreciation of your environment that is unique. I am a local writer in Monterey County, Calif. and have traveled halfway around the world and say to you martini drinkers you are a special group that enjoys life for those that drink in moderation.