Denise G: Grey Goose
Michele N: sky…I’m simple and old fashioned..good old vodka and cranberry, with a splash of orange juice is good for me!
Erin H: Charbay Blood Orange Vodka (oooo, but then there’s also Myer Lemon and Ruby Grapefruit, and….). Just too good!
Darlene G: Vodka – Ketel One vodka straight up with a twist.
Rusty S: Hendricks gin, mist of vermouth on the rocks shaken, not stirred and a good 007 movie.
Jennifer T: I am with you Rusty. Hendricks……………..mmmmmmm
Rusty S: One of my favorite martinis uses 1 oz vodka, 3 oz of gin and 1/2 oz of Lillet Blanc. I add just a little more Lillet than called for. Pour the gin, vodka and Lillet blanc into a cocktail shaker half-filled with cracked ice. Shake well, and strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Garnish with a twist of lemon, and serve. This believe it or not is known as the James Bond Martini. He was drinking these in Casino Royale.
Chef Mike: You want to chose a classic Manhattan served Martini Style – Or better yet in place of classic bitters you use Maraschino cherries mulled with a touch of Frangelico to mix with your favorite single batch bourbon NOW THAT IS HEAVEN!
Kimberly F: Grey Goose, wave a bottle of vermouth near the vodka, shake it like a polaroid picture, pour into a chilled martini glass, and add three blue cheese stuffed olives. That, my dear friend, is whan I’m talkin’ about.
Gina V: I’m more of a Vodka Martini gal. Especially Apple & Pomegranite.
And, My favorite vodka martini from an earlier post: Domaine de Canton (DDC) Martini is a vodka martini (we like Imperia) with DDC ginger liqueur replacing the vermouth. DDC tastes like candied ginger…
And after all this drama it’s back to wine!