How to make a really cold martini

Have I emphasised the importance of temperature in a martini before? Oh yes. Yes I have. So when you’re making a classic martini you can use these tips to get it really cold.

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Keep your gin and glasses in the freezer. If you want added chill, spray the glass with water at some point during the freezing process (at least 30 minutes before serving time). When you’re finished it shouldn’t just be frosty, it should be frozen, with solid sexy globules of ice dribbling down the side of the glass.

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It goes very nicely it your gin has frozen to the extent it has ice crystals in it as well.

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