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The dirty martini has a wonderful saltiness that is fascinating against the gin and vermouth background. It is a classic cocktail that is very easy to mix up and one of the most popular variations on the original gin martini. The key to making a great dirty martini is to use high-end gin and vermouth and to add olive juice to lightly flavor it. Pour the ingredients into a mixing glass filled with ice. Stir well. Strain into a chilled cocktail glass.
Classically, a martini is one part dry vermouth to four parts gin. As you might imagine, ordering a wet martini is the opposite of a dry martini, which means you get more vermouth in your cocktail than the standard 4-to-1 ratio. The dirty martini, a fairly popular version, uses olive brine for an additional kick, plus olives as a garnish.
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