Wet or Dry?
Wine & Spirits

Wet or Dry?

The art of the martini is all in the details. Here are some tips and recipes for creating the perfect cocktail:

Spirited Vessels

A great cocktail should be served in a great glass. Splurge on stemware from specialty stores like Toronto’s BYOB (cocktailemporium.ca). The selection ranges from retro to Japanese etched crystal.

Keep it Chill

Store your martini cocktail glasses in the freezer. But always keep your Grey Goose Vodka in the refrigerator—not the freezer. When you freeze a high-quality spirit you lose much of its aroma. and flavour profile

Wet or Dry?

The more vermouth you add the wetter your martini cocktail. As for the garnish, dry goes well with citrus, such as lemon; wet goes well with savoury, such as olives.

Always Use the Freshest Ice

Stale, cloudy ice may impart a disagreeable flavour. Boil water before freezing for the clearest ice.

Don’t Be Afraid to Go Bespoke

Experiment with flavours and customize your martini cocktail to your mood or taste—and the tastes of your guests.

2 parts GREY GOOSE® Vodka
½ part MARTINI® Dry Vermouth
½ part Mediterranean olive brine

Add all ingredients to a mixing glass with ice and stir. Fine strain into a martini cocktail glass and garnish with Mediterranean olives.

2 ½ parts GREY GOOSE® Vodka
½ part MARTINI® Dry Vermouth
lemon zest
1 dash orange bitters (optional)

Fill a martini cocktail glass with ice. Add all the ingredients to a shaker with ice and stir to chill the liquids. Strain into a chilled martini cocktail glass. Garnish with a lemon zest.



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