Need a new riff on a martini? Well, maybe the word “need” is a bit too strong, but why not imbibe in one of these sophisticated libations? This is a tasty twist on a Dry Martini but it has no vermouth, it uses sherry instead, so it isn’t really a Dry Martini after all… do you really care?
A classic 19th century tipple that originated at the Waldorf-Astoria Bar in upstate New York, it is bone dry and aromatic with green grape, citrus and mineral notes, and garnished with orange peel. Alternatively, you may consider dressing this cocktail with an olive, as one suits it.
recipe title=”Tuxedo No. 4 Cocktail” servings=”1″ time=”2 min” difficulty=”easy”]
- 2 1⁄2 oz. dry gin
- 1⁄2 oz. fino sherry
- 3 dashes orange bitters
- Strip orange peel, for garnish
- Add gin, sherry and bitters to a cocktail shaker filled with ice.
- Shake vigorously until very cold.
- Strain into a coupe glass and garnish with orange peel.