[ pick your music according to your drink ...]
01.Bettye LaVette - Strange Fruit
02.Bobby Solo - I'm Bad Like Jesse James
03.Amy LaVere;Will Sexton - Dreamer
04.Ben Webster & Harry Edison - How Long Has This Been Going On?
05.Billie Holiday - It Had to Be You
06.Jutta Hipp - Violets For Your Furs (feat. Zoot Sims)
07.Thelonious Monk - Sophisticated Lady
08.Coleman Hawkins & Ben Webster - It Never Entered My Mind
09.Rickey Woodward - When I Fall In Love
10.Big Jeb Dooley;The Dixie Rebels - Ja-Da
11.Dee Daniels and Quartet - Loverman
12.Billie Holiday - Deep Song
13.Toni Sola & Ignasi Terraza - Night Sounds Blues
14.Dee Daniels and Quartet - Summer Wind
15.Ben Webster - Tenderly
16.Paolo Fresu - Que reste-t-il de nos amours?
17.Chris Barber's Jazz Band - Petite Fleur
18.Hiromi - Beethoven's Piano Sonata No. 8, Pathetique
60 ml Gin
10 ml Dry Vermouth
Martini cocktail glass
Garnish: Squeeze oil from lemon peel onto the drink, or garnish with a green olives if requested.
Pour all ingredients into mixing glass with ice cubes. Stir well. Strain into chilled martini cocktail glass.
Never tasted anything so cool and clean…. They make me feel civilized.The liquor industry couldn’t ask for a better influencer than Ernest Hemingway, whose Farewell to Arms gave birth to the greatest testimonial a cocktail could ask for. Hemingway’s novel was published in 1929, and depending on who you ask, the martini had been around for 50 to 60 years before that.
Two theories point to late-1890s California during the gold rush, when a bartender named Jerry Thomas, living in the town of Martinez, whipped up a sloe gin and sweet vermouth cocktail with bitters for miners who wanted to celebrate striking gold. The martinez is a different cocktail altogether, but its structural similarities to the martini are striking—enough for another theory to suggest the drink was invented in San Francisco for someone on their way to Martinez. Then there’s the Martini di Arma di Taggia, an Italian bartender at New York’s Knickerbocker hotel, who claimed to invent the martini with a 50/50 ratio of dry gin to dry vermouth before WWI. And yet another theory credits one of the producers of Martini & Rossi vermouth.
IBA official cocktail (International bartender association)
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