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Martini

Simone . ?1284--1344, Sienese painter
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Vodka martinis (with the help of a huge campaign by Smirnoff Russian vodka) made a big splash and continue to be all the rage today, staging a bold return in the '80s.
Micelotta, stationed behind a tiny bar without bar stools, is a maestro of the classic dry martini and a former winner of the World Martini Championship.
With three ingredients, a shaker, ice and a chilled martini glass anyone can make the perfect martini in 60 seconds.
The birth of the martini awaited the arrival of dry vermouth via the French to New Orleans in 1851, though Italians still profess their sweet vermouth arrived first in 1834 (Edmunds 78).
Ads debuted in US Weekly this fall and will be followed in spring 2002 with two ads conveying a similar theme highlighting two other Pucker schnapps flavors - Watermelon, featuring a colored candy-cane martini glass stem and Raspberry, sporting a sugar-filled candy stem.
The main unknown now is building the capacitor where we're going to store those electrons," Martinis says.
It is today's replay of the age when the Martini, the drink with the sophisticated image, reigned supreme.
Just in time for summer, Amoretti is expanding its extraordinary variety of concentrates and bar mixers with a new line of naturally flavored, Premium Martini Mixes.
To make the martinis, the restaurant infuses regular and vanilla vodka and coconut rum with cut-up fresh pineapple pieces for five days prior to serving.
But many Seattle-ites have come to believe as a result of the competitions that the city's best Martinis are poured at the Mayflower Park Hotel's popular bar, Oliver's, the long-standing winner in the "Classic Martini" category of the contest.
NEW YORK, April 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Rogaska Glassworks, one of the world's leading manufacturers of fine crystal, salutes THE MARTINI with a month-long tribute to the drink that transcends time and place, evoking a bygone era defined by civility and good manners.
After class, martinis can be enjoyed with delicious canapes whilst taking in the surroundings.