Top Rated Martini Recipes

Tea Rose Martini
From New Leaf Bar & Restaurant in New York City, a floral, aromatic cocktail with a slight bitter note from the house-infused Earl Grey gin.
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An unusual and clever way to present delectable scallops from chef Kevin Rathbun who served this dish during the St. Croix Food & Wine Experience.
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What actually goes into a proper martini? Three ingredients only: the most important element is gin. A true martini is prepared almost entirely — and exclusively — with gin. Not vodka, not chocolate liqueur, gin. The second ingredient is dry vermouth, and the third is an olive. The ratio of gin to vermouth varies widely, and every martini drinker has their own preferred ratio. Winston Churchill, legendarily, prepared his martini extra dry: he poured gin into the glass, and cast a glance at the bottle of vermouth across the room. Read more about martinis.
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The Bazaar's "New Way" Dirty Martini
You've heard of José Andrés' "Olives," a dish consisting of real and spherified olives. It's a tribute to Ferran Adrià, who first made them at El Bulli, where Andrés trained. As cool as it is to experience the contrast, Andrés' "New Way" Dirty Martini is a next-level move—a cocktail that if it doesn't change your life, forever shifts your perspective on a genre. If you're a dirty martini drinker, this is a checklist item. If you can't make it out to Los Angeles you can use José's recipe to make if for yourself.Recipe adapted from ThinkFoodGroup beverage director, Lucas Paya.
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Pumpkin Spice Monkey Martinis
These aren't your usual martinis, there are added seasonal flairs. This cocktail recipe uses a can of pumpkin puree, vodka, apple cider and more. Everything you need to create the perfect fall beverage.Recipe courtesy of Jawns I Cooked
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Cookie Martini
Swap the heavy, intense dessert for an ice cream-spiked Martini.This recipe is courtesy of A Cocktail Life.
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Shrimp cocktail looks a little different in this delicious recipe, which incorporates mild salsa, avocado and lime juice into the traditional appetizer. Recipe courtesy of French's 
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You know how a Thin Mint cookie tastes all extra-minty-chocolatey-delicious-cool straight from the freezer? Mm-hm, we dream about it all year, too, so we decided to build a cocktail around the premise. And yes, it's really that good. Read more about Drinks That Taste Just Like Girl Scout Cookies.
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'Tis the season' for all things spiced, where the best way to spend a crisp cool evening is warming up with a comforting cocktail. As the autumn chill starts to descend, apple brings to mind orchards filling with color, the nostalgia of sipping hot apple cider and, of course, Mom's apple pie fresh out of the oven. As a tribute to this seasonal staple, Villa Azur created a fall-inspired Spicy Apple Pie Martini crafted by in-house mixologists with tasty autumnal flavors that make saying goodbye to summer a little more bearable.
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You could simply make this cocktail with a half cup of diet peach iced tea and one part vodka. But if you’re after a fresh flavor, swap out the tea with peach nectar. Yes, creating a skinny cocktail is really that simple. 
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Chocolate Cannoli Cocktail
All you need are three ingredients to bring a cannoli-inspired cocktail to life. Just mix Faretti Biscotti Liqueur, Godiva Chocolate Liqueur, and milk together in a cocktail shaker, strain it into a martini glass, and slip away into sweet, cannoli paradise.
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This minty fresh martini is the perfect combo of mint, crème, and vodka. Create a stripped candy effect with grenadine swirled around the inside of a martini glass and you’ve got yourself a Pinterest-worthy cocktail that will be trending all night long. 
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