Recipe by Lawrence E. Abraham
"Crisp, clean gin martini cocktail. One is not enough! Chill the gin in the freezer overnight before preparing the drink. This prevents the ice from melting and diluting the drink. Do not allow plastic or metal of any kind to touch the drink."
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2 (1.5 fluid ounce) jiggers
1/4 (1.5 fluid ounce) jigger
anise flavored liqueur, such as Sambucca®
pitted green olive
too much vermuth. looking at my spelling I'd say I've probably tried making this too often
I took time reviewing this recipe. I am a Martini Lover and had alot of different types over the years. At first I wanted to rate this with 1-2 stars... But the more I sat and thought about this there is really only 1 thing I would change, So with the change it is 5 star worthy.. All I did was use a dash of vermouth to a dash to coat the glass. That was it now go enjoy!
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