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Discussion in 'TRIBE Main Forum' started by I-Drop, Mar 17, 2002.

  1. I-Drop

    I-Drop TRIBE Member

    So I bought this double Bombay Sapphire gift set with 2 40 ounce bottles of Bombay, and two really nice martini glasses...

    unfortunately, i dont know ass about making martinis :D

    any tips?
  2. TheLiquidFairy

    TheLiquidFairy TRIBE Member

  3. seeker

    seeker TRIBE Member

    "dry" gin martini

    2 oz gin
    1/2 oz vermouth

    shake with ice, strain into martini glass, serve with a twist of lemon or lime.

  4. I-Drop

    I-Drop TRIBE Member


    that site is great!
  5. TheLiquidFairy

    TheLiquidFairy TRIBE Member

    No problem sweetie. I'm glad that I could help ;)
    By the way Welcome to TRIBE!

  6. Syntax Error

    Syntax Error Well-Known TRIBEr

    the ultra dry martini!

    shake 2 1/2 oz. of gin and strian with ice.

    sniff the cork of the vermouth and gulp down the gin!
  7. Bumbaclat

    Bumbaclat TRIBE Member

    This site is fantastic. You can enter what you have in your bar and it will search its database to tell you what you can make. Very useful....


  8. slar

    slar TRIBE Member

    Yum. Martini's good. Drunk bad. Martini's equal get drunk quick. Opps!


    actually, you should "stir" the martini. shaking it will water down the alcohol too much..and make sure your glass is chilled as well before serving.


    and also..vermouth isn't that great..i wouldnt use it. all it does is take the bite off the gin a bit..but who wants to do that? :)
  11. Finch

    Finch TRIBE Member

    A half ounce of vermouth would certainly constitute calling that Martini sweet, if you ask me.

    "How about we get outta these wet clothes, and into a dry martini?"

  12. seeker

    seeker TRIBE Member

    man, have you been spying on me this weekend? we must have made this joke a dozen times! LOL!

    note: that would probably make 2 martinis.
  13. Mr. NiCe GuY

    Mr. NiCe GuY TRIBE Member

    oh how i love a good cosmopolitan. i'm all about the martini house in burlington!
  14. TaCk OnE?

    TaCk OnE? TRIBE Member

    if you're actually into owning some recipies, you can get this cool cheap book at the worlds biggest book store, in the food and drink, section upstairs called 1001 martinis or something akin to that.....it's a paper back and only costs like 10 bucks but it's got TONS Of cool recipies and tips etc.

    worth it if you're into them....you can make some kick ass drinks with it.

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