Douglas Fir Martini recipe from Seattle craft cocktail craftsman Jon Christiansen

WOODINVILLE, WASH. - Jon Christiansen's Doug Fir Martini

As BroVo distiller Mac Kenney says: "Tastes like a Christmas tree. In a good way."  

One and a half ounces of vodka.
One ounce pink vermouth 
Half ounce BroVo's Douglas Fir Liqueur. 
 
Stir in a mixing beaker filled with a handful of good quality ice cubes, holding the bottom so the ice won't melt, for about 50 turns. 
 
Garnish a stemmed shallow glass with orange peel --  cut out the bitter white pith, squeeze a bit of peel into the glass, then hang a bit on the edge (bonus points if you can do that as neatly as Jon does). 
 
Then...pour through a strainer. 
 
And you have a Doug Fir Martini. Aka a martini James Bond would drink if James Bond were a logger. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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