[Werbung / Ad] Saturday night and I am serving you a classic Dry Martini with a twist, I might even call this a Dry Peppertini. Served super cold, well deserved, and soooo good.
The Dry Peppertini
6cl @hhzanzibar No. 1 Turmeric Gin
1.5 cl @vermutlustau White
1 Lemon zest twisted @ginfluencers style
1. Gin and vermouth stirred with ice for 30 seconds, ideally in a chilled stirring glass. You want this really cold!
2. Strain into a pre-chilled glass (really don't go light on this, this drink is either cold or leave it be).
3. Add the zest and enjoy it while it is cold.
-- This is the first photo I downloaded onto my new MacBook Pro after I swapped my 4.5 years old one out yesterday. After the agony of getting things back to how they were, only better, and cleaning up files and folders like a maniac, I am almost back to a working status that deserves the name. So this is what I treated myself with after cleaning up the digital desk all day today and yesterday. Only a few things left to do.
Tomorrow is a gin tasting at the GinGinGin Studio and so I am happy that Monday is no threat anymore because I am not ready.
The new one works like a charm and images are optimised even faster. 32 GB of Ram seem to help :) If you have a bottle of Hamburg Zanzibar No.1 at home try the Dry Martini. It's a kicker! And for those of you wondering: The colour is no lemon juice or anything like it but the gin which get the special turmeric treatment of being infused for a while. Told you: It's a special one. Have a great evening and as always:
Cheers and Ginsalabim 🍸
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