Appletini

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Appletini (aka Apple Martini)
Appletini.jpg
Top view of an Apple Martini
Type Mixed drink
Primary alcohol by volume
Served Straight up
Standard garnish

Apple slice; Cherry

Standard drinkware
Cocktail Glass (Martini).svg
Cocktail glass
Commonly used ingredients
Preparation Mix in a shaker, then pour into a chilled glass. Garnish and serve.

An apple martini (appletini for short) is a cocktail containing vodka and one or more of apple juice, apple cider, apple liqueur, or apple brandy. Optionally, vermouth may be included, as in a regular martini. Typically, the apple vodka is shaken or stirred with a sweet and sour mix and then strained into a cocktail glass.

This drink, properly called an Adam's Apple Martini, was created and popularized in 1997 by Adam Karsten, a bartender at Lola's in West Hollywood, California.[citation needed]

Variations[edit]

In its purest form, it would contain:

40 ml (1 ⅓ oz) top shelf vodka (or gin)
30 ml (⅔ oz) apple juice, cider, or most often-apple pucker

A common variation of the appletini is the "Rumpletini", with a light rum in place of the vodka.[citation needed]

The appletini can also be made with "martini bianco" in a long drink glass and filled with apple juice.

In popular culture[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Henig, Samantha (2010-10-01). "New Yorker Festival: Facts, Fiction, Facebook, and Appletinis". The New Yorker. Retrieved 2011-03-20. 

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