Gin Martini

Gin Martini

  • 1 part vermouth

  • 5 parts Bombay Sapphire gin

  • 1 whole lemon

  • 1 jar of green olives

  • ice, for mixing

1. Chill your cocktail glass (the easiest way is to fill it with ice)



2. Add plenty of ice and the vermouth to your shaker/stirring glass and stir to make sure the ice is coated with vermouth, then use your strainer to pour away the excess



3. Add the Bombay Sapphire to the shaker/stirring glass and stir the mixture for about 30 seconds to chill and dilute



4. Strain into the chilled cocktail glass and garnish with either a twist of lemon peel or some green olives. If you're using olives, try to use ones that aren't oily

Gin Martini

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With that signature olive garnish, there’s no cocktail as iconic as this one. This gin martini recipe is simple, sophisticated and delicious.
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Method

1. Chill your cocktail glass (the easiest way is to fill it with ice)

2. Add plenty of ice and the vermouth to your shaker/stirring glass and stir to make sure the ice is coated with vermouth, then use your strainer to pour away the excess

3. Add the Bombay Sapphire to the shaker/stirring glass and stir the mixture for about 30 seconds to chill and dilute

4. Strain into the chilled cocktail glass and garnish with either a twist of lemon peel or some green olives. If you're using olives, try to use ones that aren't oily

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  • 1 part vermouth

  • 5 parts Bombay Sapphire gin

  • 1 whole lemon

  • 1 jar of green olives

  • ice, for mixing