How do you make a good Apple Martini?
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Calorie count for diet lemonade is relatively easy. The "diet" portion indicates that the sweetener used, the source of calories, is artificial. Most artificial sweeteners contain no calories, zero. So, the diet lemonade, regardless of the brand, will contain zero calories. The martini is another matter. "Martini" is a general term. The calorie count is going to depend greatly on the variety of martini. Below is a selection of martini types and their calorie content…
There are several variations when it comes to making Apple Martinis. The most popular mix to use I believe is Apple Schnapps (or Sour Apple Pucker schnapps, if making a Sour Apple Martini). Here is a go-to Apple Martini recipe that never fails: Ingredients: 2 part Vodka 1 part Apple Schnapps Splash of Lime Juice Garnish: Apple Slice
Traditional (2-to-1) MARTINI 1 1/2 oz Gin 3/4 oz Dry Vermouth stir vermouth and gin over icecubes in a mixing glass. strain into cocktail glass. serve with a twist of lemon peel or olive, if desired. ***** Dry (5-to-1) MARTINI 1 2/3 oz Gin 1/3 oz Dry Vermouth Follow above directions for martini preparation ***** Extra Dry (8-to1) MARTINI 2 oz Gin 1/4 oz Dry Vermouth Follow above directions for martini preparation ***** Medium MARTINI…
A dirty martini is made using the olives as an ingredient rather than a garnish. Fill a glass with ice and add 10ml of dry vermouth (martini extra dry), swill the martini round to cover the ice, pour out the excess, add 75ml of a good vodka, 5-10ml of the brine from the olives and a few of olives. shake it lightly and double strain with a sieve or tea strainer into your martini glass…
Although this might not be the exact recipe Bonefish Grill uses, it's pretty close. Take a coctail shaker full of ice, then pour in 1 fluid oz scnapps, 1 fluid oz Green Apple vodka (or regular vodka if you prefer or can't find Green Apple), and 1 fluid oz of apple juice. Mix well and garnish with a slice of a Granny Smith apple. Enjoy!
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 means the addition of more vermouth, making the cocktail smoother and wetter.
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.
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 often surprised when they get a glass of Martini Dry instead of a dry martini cocktail.