5 edition of Dry martini found in the catalog.
1974 by Southern Illinois University Press in Carbondale .
Reprint of the ed. published by G. H. Doran Co., New York, with new afterword.
|Statement||With an afterword by Morrill Cody.|
|Series||Lost American fiction|
|LC Classifications||PZ3.T3637 Dr9, PS3539.H5874 Dr9|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||263|
|LC Control Number||73014675|
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Shake it very well until it's ice-cold, then add a large thin slice of lemon-peel. Got it?” ― Ian Fleming, Casino Royale. The traditional "dry martini," made with gin and a hint of vermouth, may be the starting point but The Martini Dry martini book takes it to the next level, offering hundreds of modern twists in addition to the tried and true original/5(65).
The term dry martini originally described a martini made Dry martini book white vermouth, which tends to be drier than other types of vermouth. Today, ordering a dry martini is another way of asking for less vermouth.
Wet martinis have a higher proportion of vermouth to gin. A standard dry martini contains 5 or 6 parts gin to 1 part vermouth. A dry martini is made with dry, white vermouth. By the Roaring Twenties, it became Dry martini book common drink order.
Over the course of the 20th century, the amount of vermouth steadily dropped. During the s the ratio was (gin to vermouth), and during the s the ratio was Primary Dry martini book by volume: Gin.
Whether you prefer the classic martini or Dry martini book new twist on the drink, the martini remains to this day the epitome of "cool." In this revised and updated edition of The Martini Book, there are more than martini recipes for every flavor imaginable. Whether it's dry or sweet, fruity or spicy, there's something here for every mood/5(61).
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The Martini appeared in his first novel, The Sun Also Rises (), where, in the final pages of the book, the central figures, Jake Barnes and Lady Brett Ashley, order Martinis in a Madrid bar.
Orange Bloom Martini - with gin, triple sec and sweet vermouth, also from Harry Craddock's The Savoy Cocktail Book. Peto Martini - a Perfect Martini with orange juice and maraschino liqueur.
Piccadilly Martini - from the The Savoy Cocktail Book with gin, dry vermouth, absinthe and grenadine. Roselyn Martini - a gin dry martini with grenadine. The Dry Martini, a blend of dry gin (or vodka) with a hint of dry vermouth and perhaps orange bitters is one of the quickest and simplest cocktails to make.
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Both registration and sign in support using google and facebook. Define dry martini. dry martini synonyms, dry martini pronunciation, dry martini translation, English dictionary definition of dry martini.
n a cocktail of between four and ten parts gin to one part dry vermouth Related to dry martini: dry vermouth, vodka martini. dry martini. n (Brewing) a cocktail of between four and ten parts gin to one. Select highlights from Happiness is a Dry Martini by Johnny Carson, published in and featuring fab illustrations by Whitney Darrow, Jr.
(see Misery is a Blind Date also by Carson and Darrow for more hilarious gags as well.). A ’s Martini from the Harry Craddock’s classic Savoy Cocktail Book contained 1 part vermouth to 2 parts gin and, though a pleasurable drop, I Author: Henry Jeffreys.
But to summarize, the chain of cocktail evolution goes from the Old Fashioned to the Manhattan to the Martinez to the Dry Martini. The driving force was the attempt to convert the extremely popular Manhattan (Whiskey, vermouth and bitters) into a gin based drink towards the end of the 19th century.
The first truly successful attempt resulted in the Martinez. The Bombay Dry produced a noticeably earthy martini, with tasters noting grassy flavors and hints of clover honey, plus lemon peel, cucumber, and eucalyptus.
Some praised this drink for being light and well balanced, creamy and soft with "enough bite to feel like a serious drink," though others believed it could use it a little more viscosity.
Indeed, in the "Every Day's a Holiday" (starring and written by Mae West), Butterworth tells Charles Winninger, "You ought to get out of those wet clothes and into a dry martini." DIANE. So, I usually mix us all a Martini (3 to 1, Fords Gin, Dolin Dry Vermouth, 2 drops Regans’ Orange Bitters, three chilled olives).
My dad. A traditional martini (as opposed to a vodka martini) is made with gin, dry vermouth and either an olive or a lemon peel. Nothing else. (Well, they used to make them with extra-dry white wine rather than the dry-wine variant vermouth, but we shan’t address that age-old argument here) And a proper martini is stirred, not shaken.
The most famous martini drinker of them all, James Bond, preferred his martinis shaken, not stirred. And he preferred them ice-cold, so cold that the bartender would risk frostbite when shaking the martini in a shaker. To shake the martini vigorously in ice was thought to alter the drink’s molecular structure and eliminate the oily mouth feel.
A perfect martini, named so because it is a cross between the classic martini and a sweet martini, is made with a combination of sweet and dry vermouth. To make a perfect martini, combine 2 oz.
gin or vodka with 1/2 oz. dry vermouth and 1/2 oz. sweet vermouth in a cocktail glass with ice cubes and stir for 10 revolutions. Anyway, I'm proud I booked Dry Martini, I think my big brother and companions are very satisfied. I strongly recommend Dry Martini to all friends who travel to Budapest.
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InChicago liquor dealers Otis & Lee sponsored a contest seeking variations on the standard martini (4 ounces of gin and a half-ounce of dry vermouth shaken with ice, strained and garnished with an olive or a lemon twist). The entries included recipes calling for Scotch, garlic and Liebfraumilch.
Title: happiness dry martini. This humor book by talk-show host Carson is all full-page illustrations by Whitney Darrow, Jr. on right-hand pages, captions for illustrations on left-hand pages.
Solid copy with slight spine cock, small red X in ink on first page, inside covers are off-white, pages are fresh and clean with no toning, light. Dry Martini. June National Dry Martini Day. James Bond was very specific about how he wants a mixologist to make his martini.
The fictitious but famous spy,in Casino Royale (movie and book), instructed: “A dry martini. One. In a deep champagne goblet. Three measures of Gordon’s, one of vodka, half a measure of Kina Lillet. A shaken martini means that the drink is mixed in a cocktail shaker with ice. This is now the more popular way to order a martini, as most cocktails are made with a shaker, but martinis were traditionally stirred.
Harry Craddock's "Savoy Cocktail Book" prescribes stirring for all martini recipes. 6 cl 60 ml 6 cl 2 oz. 1 cl 10 ml 1 cl oz. Add the ingredients into a mixing glass with ice cubes. Stir well then strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Garnish with an olive and a squeeze of lemon peel oil.
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