1 ounce Cointreau or other orange-flavored liqueur
Orange twist, for garnish
Employees Only is a New York City bar that redefines mixology with creative twists on classic cocktails. This take on the martini combines lavender-infused gin with vermouth spiked with herbes de Provence.
Adapted from Employees Only
1Place a martini glass in the freezer to chill.
2Place the gin, vermouth, and Cointreau in a cocktail shaker and fill it halfway with ice. Stir until beads of sweat form on the side of the shaker.
3Strain into the chilled martini glass. Garnish with an orange twist and serve.
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