Appletini Recipe

Posted in Martinis, Modern, Vodka on January 29, 2014


The Appletini Recipe The Appletini is also called the Apple Martini. This is a fresh cocktail made with vodka and one or more apple flavored liqueurs or juices.  The liqueurs that are commonly used are Apple schnapps, apple brandy or any other apple flavored liqueur. If you want to you can use Apple Cider or Read More »

Dirty Martini Drink Recipe

Posted in Cocktails, Gin, Martinis, Uncategorized on January 17, 2014

Hello mixologists!!  Today I'm going to be covering one of the most popular twists on the classic Martini recipe - The Dirty Martini.  Before continuing with this article, consider reading my Introduction to the Martini and Classic Martini posts if you haven't already, just so you can get up to speed on the intricacies of Read More »

Gibson Drink Recipe

Posted in Cocktails, Gin, Martinis on January 16, 2014

gibson gin recipe

    The Gibson Cocktail -2 oz Gin or Vodka -1/2 oz Vermouth -Pickled Pearl Onion(s) As I stated in my previous post on the Martini, garnishes play a pretty big role in the Martini, and will either make or break the drink. A Martini with an onion instead of an olive is different enough Read More »

Classic Martini Recipe

Posted in Classics, Cocktails, Gin, Martinis on January 15, 2014

how to make a martini

  Greetings readers!  Today I'm going to show you how to make a Martini the old fashioned way.  What is in a martini and how do you make a martini you may ask?  Enter and read more about the King of all Cocktails...   The Classic Martini Recipe -2 oz Gin -1 oz Dry Vermouth Read More »

Introduction to the Martini

Posted in Classics, Cocktails, Gin, Martinis on January 14, 2014

Introduction to Martinis

I truly, truly love Martinis. The Martini is the Emperor of all drinks, and the standing symbol of cocktails as a whole. There’s nothing that can compare to a well-crafted Martini, and although it might be difficult to build a taste for such a powerful drink, I encourage you to try one if you have Read More »