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Thinking Pink Vermouth

Jack Bettridge
Posted: May 10, 2010

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The Manhattan was, in a sense, a version of the Perfect Manhattan, which adds a measure of dry vermouth to the typical sweet vermouth quotient. The Martini was a revelation, very balanced and refreshing. Both were very light-hearted takes on what are otherwise serious cocktails when mixed strictly. It makes each more suitable for warm-weather drinking, when gulping with a view toward thirst quenching could be major mistake.


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