How do you drink China Martini?
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China Martini can be drunk 'neat' with ice or hot (China Martini calda). In Italy it is heated with steam from the expresso machine, or with hot water added. Either way enjoy!
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Answer . \nTraditional (2-to-1) MARTINI\n1 1/2 oz Gin\n3/4 oz Dry Vermouth\n. \nstir vermouth and gin over icecubes in a mixing glass.\nstrain into cocktail glass.\nserve with a twist of lemon peel or olive, if desired.\n*****\nDry (5-to-1) MARTINI\n1 2/3 oz Gin\n1/3 oz Dry Vermouth\nFollow …above directions for martini preparation\n*****\nExtra Dry (8-to1) MARTINI\n2 oz Gin\n1/4 oz Dry Vermouth\nFollow above directions for martini preparation\n*****\nMedium MARTINI\n1 1/2 oz Gin\n1/2 oz Dry Vermouth\n1/2 oz Sweet Vermouth\nFollow above directions for martini preparation\n*****\nSweet MARTINI\n1 oz Gin\n1 oz Sweet Vermouth\nFollow above directions for martini preparation. See Related Links . See the Related Links for "Various Martini Recipes Including Chocolate Martini and Green Apple Martini " to the left for the answer. (MORE)
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The appletini, also known as the apple martini, is a cocktailcontaining vodka and apple juice, apple cider, or apple liqueur.
A naked martini doesn't contain any vermouth. It's chilled gin or vodka that's garnished with an olive, served up in a martini glass.
Martini & Rossi is an Italian beverage company, best known for its production of Martini vermouth. Martini is the brand name used for the company's vermouth products. Vermouth is made from wine, herbs and other aromatic plant products, sugar and added alcohol. Dry vermouth is the unsweetened, fai…rly bitter, liquor; sweet vermouth has added sugar or other sweeteners. Martini Rosso is made with red wine; Martini Bianco is made with white wine. Vermouth is used in many mixed drinks - cocktails - and probably the best know is the Martini , named after the Martini & Rossi brand of vermouth, which is a mixture of gin and dry, usually white, vermouth. The vodka martini uses vodka instead of gin. The Martini cocktail was commonly known in England as 'Gin and French' because it is made with dry vermouth, often called French vermouth. The same cocktail was also known in England as 'Gin and It', again because it was a mixture of gin and dry - or sometimes sweet - vermouth. Another well-known cocktail using vermouth is the Manhattan , which is made from whiskey, sweet, usually red, vermouth and bitters. You can mix vermouth in many other combinations, or drink it straight, over ice and perhaps with a slice of lemon or lime. Vermouth is used in many recipes, and dry white vermouth can be added to pan juices to make an excellent sauce for seared seafood such as scallops. Vermouth keeps well once opened, so it can be stored in its bottle in the pantry (or refrigerator, in hot climates) for a while, ready to add to sauces and other foods. (MORE)
How 'bout Houdini?. bikini. tortellini. Gian Lorenzo Bernini Saint Francis Xavier Cabrini Mbini Benito Mussolini Giacomo Puccini Gioacchino Antonio Rossini zucchini bikini Bambini
It is associated with Street Gangs in Miami Florida, specifically of the 1980's and early to mid 90's. Most commonly INP or International Posse of the Folk Nation Faction.
Sounds like your trying to make a Cosmopolitan. Why the word Martini is thrown in your sentence makes absolutely no sense to me, but take that out and that would be a Cosmo.
vermouth . There are a number of terms used to describe how to make a martini-dry, dirty, burnt, bruised, stirred, wet. When you're attempting to make or order a martini that is wet, this descriptor usually signifies that you want one that's a little sweeter than the average. Traditionally, this me…ans the addition of more vermouth, making the cocktail smoother and wetter. (MORE)
I've been in China and they mostly drink GREEN TEA. All sorts of tea-red tea, flower tea,etc. Beer is popular as is wine (strong red wine, peels paint). Pepsi, coke,etc everywhere...coffee is hard to find, but Starbucks are in all the cities...
2 oz. vanilla vodka 1 oz. creme de cacao (clear) make sure to get the clear creme and not the brown tinted kind.
A "French Martini" is not a true martini at all, it is simply a cocktail served in a martini glass. It is made by mixing Chambord, Grand Marnier, Soda water & Orange juice in a shaker, then straining the mixture into a martini glass. 1 part Chambord 1 part Grand Marnier 2 parts Orange juice 1 part …Soda water (MORE)
they don't care they just want more money for the government...not true.. they do like money but so do we.. you are dumb.. just saying
Because unlike other places in the world, the tap water in China is not drinkable. Its because of the severe pollution there. Same thing with the Chinese sky, its never so blue. If you've ever been to China, you'll know that its a very messy place, full of cars, people, and ugly grey buildings. In f…act, China is THE most polluted country. Other places like africa might be poor, but they aren't polluted like China. The cleanest places in China are in Macau, Hong Kong, and Taiwan since the goverment of the mainland don't rule there. Its not that I don't like China, its simply the truth. (MORE)
They love to drink lots of pops like Pepsi and coca-cola also they are fond of beer and red wine so strong and dark it peels paint of walls.
On the plane however he drinks something else... He drinks a drink containing 3 measures of Gordons gin 1 of Vodka,half a measure of kinalala,shaken well until ice cold and served with a long thin slice of lemon peel.
The Martini was invented by Vincenzo Petrone. He was the Chief Barman at the Hotel Ambassador on Via Veneto in Rome, Italy in the early 1950's and 60's. He was also notable for mixing drinks for American soldiers in Rome during the American occupation of Italy in World War II. It seems his service n…ot only netted him a name for mixing various alcohol concoction's, but he also appeared in several Italian movies in the 60's as a Barman at the Ambassador Hotel. He also came from a family of notable Civil Servants for the Italian Monarchy. His father was in fact the Chef to King Victor Emmanuel III. Vincenzo was honored with one of the most notable titles in Italy for service, the title of Cavaliere del Lavoro, given to those individuals who demonstrated great achievement for business and philanthropy. It is rumored that Vincenzo sold his recipe for several beverages to Schweppes. (MORE)
Yes it is an Italian bitter drink. It used to be more widely available in the U.S., but now I think you can only get it in New York. It's supposed to help digestion.
yes, and no. Only diiference, a dirty martini has olive juice making it look dirty
While variations are many, a standard modern martini is an approximate four to one ratio, made by combining approximately two ounces (or 55ml) of Gin, and approximately half an ounce (or 15ml) of dry vermouth. Some prefer somewhat less vermouthâabout a five or six to one proportion of gin to ve…rmouth. Many bartending schools insist that a cocktail shaker tends to dull the taste of the vermouth, and some argue that it sharpens the taste of gin by "bruising" the liquid. However, it is relatively common to see a bartender mix a martini with a shaker due in part to the influence of popular cultural figures such as the fictional super-spy James Bond, who asked for his vodka martinis "shaken, not stirred" (such a martini is traditionally referred to as a "Bradford"), and super-sleuth Nick Charles (William Powell) in The Thin Man (1934), who instructed a bartender, "A dry Martini you always shake to waltz time." The ingredients are mixed then strained and served "straight up" (without ice) in a chilled cocktail glass, and garnished with either a green olive or a twist of lemon (a strip of the peel, usually squeezed or twisted to express volatile oils onto the surface of the drink).While the standard martini may call for a four to one ratio of distilled spirits to vermouth, aficionados of the dry martini may reduce the proportion of vermouth drastically for a drier martini. Connoisseurs boast of sweetening the cocktail by merely coating the glass with vermouth. The legend holds that Churchill would get as close to the vermouth bottle as to "look at it from across the room". On the other hand, some experts strongly object to this practice, arguing that a cocktail with one predominant ingredient is no cocktail at all, and furthermore, that the term "dry" has nothing to do with the gin-to-vermouth ratio, but with the use of dry, white, French vermouth instead of sweet, red, Italian vermouth.A more recent development that further offends martini purists is the use of "martini" (or the suffix "-tini") to refer to any beverage served in a cocktail glass, such as the appletini, the chocolatini, or the pineapple martini. (MORE)
All of the James Bond movies have him drinking vodka martinis - stirred, not shaken.
Martini cocktails (to me anyways) means a cocktail that basicallyhas gin, vermouth, and a garnish. The gin and vermouth along withice cubes are either shaken or stirred, poured into cocktail glass,then the garnish (either an olive or lemon peel) is placed in theglass. A vodka martini, which the fict…ional character James Bondoften drinks, is a particular type of martini. (MORE)
If you ask for a Martini, the bartender or waiter will usually as how you like them made. The usual answer is something like "four to one with a twist" meaning four parts gin to one part dry vermouth garnished with a lemon twist. If you want less vermouth (which does not improve the flavour), you ca…n ask for a "very dry" Martini. If you want equal parts gin and vermouth, which was the proportion back in the late 19th century when the drink was invented, you can ask for a "Fifty-Fifty". (MORE)
Looks safe so far. I've had a few and haven't developed any problems. I should probably note that I am a 20 yr old male with no other health problems, so if these are dangerous to drink the effects might not be noticeable on me.
The Macao territory imports its food and drinking water from China.This territory has insufficient resources and therefore depends onChina's exports. .
Martinis are less fattening than wine or beer or sweet mixed drinks (watch out for pina coladas!). However, they are also stronger, so drink them responsibly. Also, they are lower in calories if you order them garnished with a twist instead of an olive.
1/2 oz fresh lime juice . 1 oz citrus vodka . 1 1/2 oz fresh watermelon juice . 1 watermelon slice for garnish . Get a martini glass do not add water . Slowly add the ingredients in a shaker and shake . Pour into the martini glass and garnish with a few fresh slices of watermelon! .
It's a taste preference, but yes, a martini can be shaken (vs.stirred) prior to serving.
i don't realy know but i do know that each year thousands of new soda companys are made and built up in china. weather many of them survive is a different question
There are many ways to make a gingerbread martini. Some versions start with a gingerbread syrup, others have you make the gingerbread syrup yourself, and still others incorporate the ingredients of gingerbread cookies into the drink itself. The following recipe is based on a bought gingerbread sy…rup, but check out the related links for more options that will let you tweak the gingerbread flavor to your own taste. This recipe is based on the Gingerbread Martini from Outback Steakhouse, and was put together by Troy Fields. Ingredients: . 1 ounce Ketel One vodka . 1 ounce Baileys Irish Cream liqueur . 1/2 ounce KahlÃºa liqueur . 1/2 ounce Monin gingerbread syrup . 1/2 scoop soft vanilla ice cream . Whipped cream and Gingerbread cookie Steps: Mix and shake the first 5 ingredients over ice. Then pour into a martini glass and use the whipped cream and gingerbread cookie to garnish. (MORE)
Martini Rosso is a brand of Italian vermouth, also commonly called "sweet vermouth". It is most often used in Manhattan Cocktails in North America, though in Italy it is more frequently served over ice with an orange twist.
Basically, a double martini is two martini cocktails served in one glass. To mix one, you use twice as much gin and twice as much vermouth, then strain it into a larger martini glass. They are not recommended, as the drink will be warm before you've finished it (unless you're drinking way too fast).… It is generally better to order a martini, drink it and order another than to order a double martini. (MORE)
No. Mineral water was as close as you could get to soft drinks until around the 11th century where a drink named Dandelion and burdock was made in England. The drink consisted of fermented dandelions and burdock, being naturally fizzy it was the closest thing to a soft drink at that time. Next, A… drink called Sharbat originated in the Middle East around 13th century. This drink was made from flower petals or fruit; the sweet drink was served cold. Then around 17th century is when we first see the beginning of what we know as the soft drink industry. A company in France had people carry barrels of lemonade on their back and distributed it to parched Frenchmen. Then comes the most recent leg of the soft drink which takes much more time to explain so here's a link to a good time line: (MORE)
Yes, of course Chinese tea is safe to drink. They are the world's largest exporter of tea, and they're the among the first green tea growers circa 10,000 BCE. Their traditions of tea cultivation and harvesting are revered as among the most deliberate found anywhere.
Yes, when George Burns started drinking, martinis were just made with gin. Vodka became popular in martinis because of product placement in the first few James Bond movies, even though in the original Ian Fleming stories, James Bond Drank Gordon's gin in his martinis
It means a little bit of the brine from the olives is mixed into the martini.
Beer is the most popular alchohal drink in china and second would be "Baijiu" witch means white liquor.
A dry martini is a cocktail made with gin and dry vermouth. Martini Dry is a brand of dry vermouth, which is an ingredient in a dry martini. Martini Dry is also served on its own, often poured over ice cubes and garnished with a lemon twist or lemon wedge. Americans ordering martinis in Europe are o…ften surprised when they get a glass of Martini Dry instead of a dry martini cocktail. (MORE)
The two most popular garnishes are olives (green Spanish olives without the red pimiento inside are the best), and lemon twists. To cut a good lemon twist, use a vegetable peeler and try to get as little of the white pith on the underside.
There is no sugar in a Mexican Martini, at least not at Trudy's in Austin where is it believed to have been invented. To make a Mexican Martini, fill a cocktail shaker with ice. Add two ounces tequila (try Herradura or other good quality tequila, as it makes a big difference), 1 ounce of Cointreau… or triple sec, 1 ounce orange juice, the juice of a lime (2oz, fresh squeezed not bottled). Shake well. Strain into a large Martini glass with a salted rim (to salt the rim, when you cut the lime for the drink, run it around the rim of the glass, then turn the glass upside down onto a plate of coarse salt such as kosher salt--don't use iodized table salt for this). Top the drink with a splash of Sprite, or two if you like them a bit sweeter. Garnish with a jalapeno stuffed olive. And remember, at Trudy's they have a limit of two of these per person per night.Â (MORE)
1/2 oz. Grenadine 4 oz. Sweet & Sour 1/2 oz. Monin WatermelonSyrup 1 oz. Don Julio 1 oz
My friend who goes to china, says it's mostly tea's. Chinese really love tea. Almost like the British. Uh, I hope that didn't sound harsh. I don't have any negative vibes going on about brits on english lads. I'm gonna stop talking. Goodbye.
In china when they are thirsty they have to look for the youngest child they can see. If there are no young children around, look for old people. the secretly take them into a small quiet room and slaughter them very slowly and painfully, in order to get the tastiest drink. they then drink the dead …persons blood. that is where the "vampire" term comes from. (MORE)
The approximate shape of a martini glass is that of a conical bowl at the top of a stem, attached to a flat circular base. A standard martini glass holds approximately 13.3 centiliters of fluid.
A good chocolate martini recipe is a "Chocolate Espresso Martini". It consists of one lemon wedge, 2 tablespoons of raw sugar, 2 tablespoons of finely chopped and cut bittersweet chocolate chunks, 4 tablespoons of cooled espresso, chilled 1.5 ounces of vodka and 1/2 ounce of creme de cacao. You will… also want to add a long lemon twist to the martini as well to kick the flavor up a notch. (MORE)
There are a couple of variations to the pomegranate martini. That said, the most popular recipe calls for one ounce of vodka, one half ounce of orange liqueur, and three ounces of pomegranate juice combined with one quarter cup of chopped ice. Shake and strain the mix into a cocktail glass.
Martinis are a very popular drink. Some of the most popular flavored martinis come in the fruity flavors. Others include: Earl Gray; Cosmo Style Pomegranate; Day Fay; and Chocolate martinis.
It depends on where you are. In major cities like Beijing or Shanghai, which are very modern and industrialized, the major hotels and businesses have safe drinking water, as do most of the homes of the middle and upper class. The problem is out in the rural areas, or where poor people live. In such …places, there may not be a modern system of plumbing, nor a way to filter the drinking water to remove bacteria and pollutants. (MORE)
Ingredients: 4 1/2 ounces vodka 1 1/2 ounces sweet vermouth 1/8 ounce orange bitters 1 orange rind twists Directions: 1. Add vodka and sweet vermouth to a shaker filled with ice. 2. Shake. 3. Strain into chilled martini glass. 4. Add the dash of bitters. 5. Granish with orange twist.
What are the release dates for Drinks Made Easy - 2011 Drink Recipe Episodes How to Make a Classic Gin Martini 1-8?
Drinks Made Easy - 2011 Drink Recipe Episodes How to Make a Classic Gin Martini 1-8 was released on: USA: 14 October 2011