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by Anastasia Hartleib
Martini Cocktail Rezept

The Martini is a timeless drink that has been consumed for over a century. The exact history of the Martini is not entirely clear, but it is thought to have originated in the late 1800s or early 1900s. The name "Martini" could come from the Martini & Rossi Vermouth that was originally used for the recipe.

Martini cocktail recipe

Ingredients (for 2 servings):

  • 12 cl gin
  • 2 cl dry vermouth
  • ice
  • 2 lemon zests or olives


  1. Fill mixing glass with ice. Add gin and vermouth.
  2. Stir the mixture for 30 seconds to chill and dilute the drink.
  3. Strain into two chilled martini glasses.
  4. Garnish each with a slice of lemon or an olive.

Martini Cocktail Rezept

A martini is best served chilled and without ice in a martini glass with a stem. Some people prefer their martini "dirty", i.e. a little olive brine is added to the cocktail to give it a slightly salty taste.

Things to know about the Martini

The Martini is widespread in popular culture and has been drunk by many famous personalities throughout history, e.g. Winston Churchill, Franklin D. Roosevelt and Marilyn. Roosevelt and Marilyn Monroe. It is often seen as a symbol of sophistication and elegance.

Martini - shaken or stirred?

The most famous Martini fan, however, is probably the fictional character and charming British agent James Bond. As we all know, he prefers his martini "shaken, not stirred". Ultimately, however, this is a question of personal taste, as a martini can either be shaken or stirred. If the cocktail is shaken with ice, the drink will be slightly colder and more diluted, whereas stirring results in a slightly more concentrated and smoother drink.

Regardless of how you enjoy it, the Martini remains a timeless classic that is guaranteed to impress.

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About the autor:

Anastasia Hartleib

Anastasia Hartleib

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