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MARTINIs/ MANHATTANs

frequently ordered before dinner, or cocktail hour

TermDefinition
Pertaining to glassware what question is vital to ask when serving a customer? 1) straight up "up" 2) on the rocks "rocks"
wh/ 2 liquors are suggested when serving a Martini? 1) Vodka 2) Gin
How would you prep a stemmed glass? chill, before pouring alcohol contents
what step would you pour Vermouth? what purpose does each serve? 1st. It has a Pungent taste+aroma, a modifier used to enhance the flavor. It's a modifier (dry) in clear and smother 18% in alcohol content ..(sweet) red in color and 16% in alcohol content
"dry" (Martini) few drops of Dry Vermouth
"dry" (Manhattan) Dry instead of Sweet Vermouth
"perfect" both Sweet & Dry Vermouth
Martini's & Manhattans should be served w/? glass of Water
Which garnish is frequently requested for Manhattans & Rob Roy? only Exception?? lemon twist; Southern Comfort Manhattan
Which 2 brands of Whiskey are Manhattans frequently made w/? Canadian or Brandy
MARTINI Straight up or on the rocks 1/4 Dry Vermouth 1 3/4 oz. Gin or Vodka Olive Garnish
DRY MARTINI Straight up or on the rocks 3 drops of Dry Vermouth 2 oz. Gin or Vodka Olive Garnish
EXTRA DRY MARTINI Straight up or on the rocks 2 oz. Gin or Vodka Olive Garnish
GIBSON Straight up or on the rocks 1/4 Dry Vermouth 2 oz. Gin or Vodka Onion Garnish
MANHATTAN Straight up or on the rocks 1/2 oz. Sweet Vermouth 1 1/2 oz. Bourbon/whiskey Cherry garnish
DRY MANHATTAN Straight up or on the rocks 1/2 oz. Dry Vermouth 1 1/2 oz. Bourbon/whiskey lemon twist garnish
PERFECT MANHATTAN Straight up or on the rocks 1/4 oz. Dry Vermouth 1/4 oz. Sweet Vermouth 1 1/2 oz. Bourbon/whiskey Lemon twist garnish
ROB ROY Straight up or on the rocks 1/2 oz. Sweet Vermouth 1 1/2 oz. Scotch Cherry garnish
DRY ROB ROY Straight up or on the rocks 1/2 oz. Dry Vermouth 1 1/2 oz. Scotch Lemon twist garnish
PERFECT ROB ROY Straight up or on the rocks 1/4 oz. Dry Vermouth 1/4 oz. Sweet Vermouth 1 1/2 oz. Scotch Lemon twist garnish
SOUTHERN COMFORT MANHATTAN Straight up or on the rocks 1/2 oz. Dry Vermouth 1 1/2 oz. Southern Comfort Cherry garnish
7 things that always apply to Martinis: 1)vodka/gin 2)dry vermouth 3)'dry' means less vermouth 4)'up' or 'on the rocks' 5)takes an olive garnish 6)'Gibson' means olive garnish 7)'dirty' means add olive juice
"straight-up" stemmed cocktail glass/ martini glass
Why is it necessary to stir/ shake a Cocktail "straight-up"? to mix the beverage well for proper serving by chilling the glass
"neat" room temperature
Replacing an olive w/ an onion in a Martini would then be a..? Gibson
Why should you use a strainer with a mixing glass? to prevent ice from pouring out of the mixing tin when preparing a chilled drink "straight-up"
Do you add Sweet Vermouth to a Southern Comfort Manhattan? ..Why? No ..a SoCo is already sweet so Dry Vermouth is used
Created by: tdw