How to Make the Perfect Gin Martini

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  • Amanda 08.14.2014

    Ray! I enjoyed the martini stories greatly. However, the ending comments about stampeding and not neglecting were by far the most entertaining! I couldn’t agree more. Lovely wisdom my friend :-). Thanks for sharing!

  • Thank you, Amanda. I’m not wise about much, but I like to think I can negotiate my way around a honey pot.

  • Love the education on Martini’s…the elixir of quietude

  • Thank you, Jason! It’s good to see you here.

    Keep on keeping on.

  • I dug it; especially the history and the flicking of the birds at the end.

    But whatever.

    Ha

  • Jurassica?

    Jurassica. It’s nice to meet you. Or have we met? Yes, I believe we have.

    Thank you for watching, and thank you for dropping by.

  • Ray, this is perfect. Better lighting – better drink – better music – better text
    I really like this series. I need to stop by sometime to catch up!

  • Thank you!

    Malini wrote: “I need to stop by sometime to catch up!”

    I completely agree.

  • I bet Mojo Nixon would dig your eighth installment of cockitude!

  • I’d never heard that before. Thank you.

    And thank you for dropping by.

  • No surprise to me Ray of your Martini knowledge. You conveyed it nicely in this video. I have never had a martini. Next stop just may have to try one!

  • “Next stop just may have to try one!”

    I’ll be hurt if you don’t.

    It’s good to see you. Thank you for dropping by.

  • Is the Colony considered a martini, too? Maybe not as the gin was barely detectable. ..I’m thinking the whole raison d’etre of the martini Is detectable delectable gin?
    I might have to try Rockefeller’s version…. or, whatever.

  • In my book, baby, if it’s in a martini glass, it’s a martini.

    Thank you for dropping by.

  • P.S. Detectable, delectable … I like that.

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