2 oz Gin (Big Gin)
3⁄4 oz Aromatized wine, Cocchi Americano

Stir all ingredients with ice. Strain into chilled coupe glass.

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Created by
Ryan Dorn - Seattle, WA
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  • This has become one of my favorite martini variations, and I make it at home frequently. Especially good with St. George Botanivore Gin. Currently using Bad Dog Bloody Mary Bitters for the celery. — ★★★★★
  • Intriguing drink. I rarely enjoy celery bitters, so I muddled ~1.5" inches celery, + some leaves. Really good! Next time I'd use more celery, & a scant pour of Montenegro. Garnish w/ thin celery stick, tapered so it can spiral like a ribbon at the top! — ★★★★★
  • Muddled half an inch of celery instead of the celery bitters and it gave it a wonderful freshness and strong celery. This is a very good drink made that way.
  • Used Hendricks. Might be worth trying a lighter gin.
  • Made with Prairie gin and rhubarb bitters. Very good! — ★★★★★
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Celery notes dominate. A challenging combination of orange, celery, sweet, and a bit of juniper.