The Superlative

A 'perfect'cocktail has equal parts sweet and dry vermouth; an 'improved' cocktail has a spot of maraschino and/or absinthe. So what would you call an improved, perfect Martini?
2 12 oz Gin
12 oz Sweet vermouth, Cocchi Vermouth di Torino
12 oz Dry vermouth, Carpano (Bianco)
1 bsp Maraschino Liqueur, Luxardo
1 rinse Absinthe
1 twst Lemon zest
Instructions
Stir all but zest with ice; stir; strain into coupe; garnish with lemon.
Notes
Rewritten after I realised I'd made a complete hash of the proportions. As written now it's as I intended it. Improved, you might say.
History
The concept was quickly followed by the name. Put an olive in as well, if you really want to get carried away.
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