Top Rated Vermouth Recipes

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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Jack O'Groni
This pumpkin-pie-flavored version of a negroni is on the fall cocktail menu at Felice 56 in New York City. Make it easy by using Trader Joe's pumpkin butter and wow your Halloween party guests!
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This famous cocktail is a great night cap for any holiday get together. Made with rye whiskey, bitters and sweet vermouth, a Manhattan isn't just something you need to be in a bar to enjoy. This classic beverage can be made from the comfort of your home in just a few minutes. Recipe courtesy of Sagamore Spirit 
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Proper Manhattan
A classic Manhattan that is perfect for any occasion, whether you're at a New Year's Eve party or settling at home for the night. Recipe courtesy of Proper No. Twelve Irish Whiskey
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Emerald Cocktail
If you love a good Manhattan, you’ll love this Emerald cocktail. The best thing about it is that it’s not green.This recipe is courtesy of Esquire.
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Martini
The martini is an elegant and timeless choice of drink. Itmay look fancy and sophisticated, but it’s easier to make than you think. To make one, all you need is gin and vermouth. The rest is optional.This recipe is courtesy of Chow Hound. 
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According to the 1931 book Old Waldorf Days, the Bronx Cocktail was created around 1900 by a teetotaling bartender named Johnnie Solon who worked at the Men’s Bar at the Waldorf-Astoria in, yes, Manhattan. You can still order this refreshing citrusy martini at the historic, mahogany-paneled Bull and Bear Bar.Adapted from Imbibe, who adapted it from The Savoy Cocktail Book, 1930. 
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Brian Felley at BIG decided to stick with the simple stuff, making a classic Manhattan just a bit more wintry with a barspoon of Nocino.
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A sweet and bitter spin on the poolside cocktail. This recipe is from Thirstie, the on-demand alcohol delivery app with a twist.
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cucumber cocktail
Setting — and keeping — a New Year’s resolution may seem daunting, but it doesn’t have to be. As you ring in 2016, set yourself up for success with a resolution you’ll be inspired to keep for the long haul. This low-cal cocktail recipe is perfect for toasting a new year and a new you!
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Jennifer Aniston and Chelsea Handler make no secret of their infatuation with vodka, and we love them for it. Their brand of fun seems to be sipping martinis on the beach in Cabo or cracking jokes about the silly feuds the tabloids dream up for them. However, these two have a couple of the best bodies in the business, so it’s hard to imagine them slinging back anything too sugary. Here’s a recipe for a no sugar added mint mango martini. The fruit is fresh, and it tastes like a boozy smoothie, so mix one up and play like it’s healthy. Read More About Celebrity Cocktails: Famous BFFs & Their Signature Drinks  
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Despite what you may have heard, the original — and in my opinion, best — martini is made with gin. This recipe is a dry and refreshing take on the old standard. It's all in the preparation: this cocktail coats the ice cubes in vermouth, a trick every great home bartender should learn. 
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