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Cocktails & Spirits

A bad idea for a martini

tim irvine | Aug 26, 201802:35 PM     14

At one of my favorite restaurants the other night and ordered a martini, specifying Bluecoat and Dolin, 3:1, one olive but not dirty. They were out of Dolin dry and subbed Dolin blanc. Yuck. Tasted like a martini with one part simple syrup. I’ve read others saying they like Dolin blanc in a martini. If they like it, that’s ok with me, but it sure didn’t seem like a martini!

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