⏰ 2-3 minutes 🍸 Up Market 💰 Expensive 🏃‍♀️Medium

The exact origin of the martini cocktail is unclear. The most popular theory suggests it is a descendant of the Martinez Cocktail from sometime in the early 1860s in San Francisco. The first adaptions of the Martini were served with a cherry on top, instead of an olive. One important question is still debated: Shaken or Stirred!


  • 1 shot of Dry Vermouth
  • 5 shots of Gin (We used Gordon’s)
  • 1 Olive
  • 1 Slice of Lemon Peel

Martini Cocktail Recipe

  1. Fill a shaker with Ice.
  2. Pour in the Dry Vermouth, stir briefly to infuse the flavours and then add the gin.
  3. Stir or shake for 2 minutes so that the flavours all intertwine.
  4. Strain in to a Martini glass and add 1 Olive and a slice of lemon peel.
  5. Sip & Enjoy!
Dry Vermouth1 x shots (25ml)0.5£0.25
Gin5 shot (125ml)5£2.25