Dry martini with Gindome dry gin
Master distillers suggestion:
A Dry Martini with Gindome dry Gin is always good - It is a real 007 drink and a beautiful classic gin cocktail: "Shaken not stirred". Gindome dry gin is a gin you can definitely enjoy almost completely neat - but personally I like it with a very dry martini.
I think it can be great with a little extra vermouth in than we have chosen to have in this recipe. It is therefore important that you experiment and find out what is YOUR perfect mix.
Dry Martini with Gindome dry gin:
- 6 cl Gindome dry gin
- 1 cl Noilly Prat Original Dry Vermut (or other dry vermut)
This is what you need
- Gindome dry gin
- Noilly Prat Original Dry Vermut
- Measuring cup
- cocktail shaker
- Potato peels
- Lemon peel
Proceed like this
- Put the martini glass to cool by putting an ice cube in the glass and filling it with cold water.
- Measure out gin and vermouth. Pour this into the cocktail shaker.
- fill lots of ice in the shaper and shake for 30 seconds.
- Empty the martini glass. Shake out the water.
- Strain the liquid into the martini glass.
- Peel 4-5cm with lemon zest. Turn the shell over the glass so that you get the oils spread on top. This gives more lemon flavor than if you just put the peel on top.
- Add 2-3 Olives or have a look at below image
To make something magnificent:
Old Tom Version
Try the recipes but use the Gindome Old Tom instead of the Gindom Viking Dry. The little sweetness in the Old Tom lift the dry martini up to a new level.