Blue Moon Martini2021-01-06
- Cuisine: American
- Course: Appetizer, Cocktails
- Skill Level: Easy
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- Yield: 1
- Servings: 1
- Prep Time: 5m
- Cook Time: 5m
- Ready In: 10m
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Blue Moon Martini. A cocktail, this mixed drink is created by mixing gin and Blue Curacao liqueur.
What is the origin of the blue moon martini cocktail?
The recipe for the blue moon martini cocktail is a little bit of an enigma. There are a few different theories about how it came to be, but there’s no definitive answer.
The blue moon martini cocktail was invented in 1978 by a bartender named Tony Abou-Ganim at the world-famous Rainbow Room in New York City.
Another theory is that the blue moon martini cocktail was invented by a bartender named George Stone in Laughlin, Nevada. Stone created this drink in 1967 and it quickly became one of the most popular drinks in the casino he worked at because it had become so popular with gamblers that they were requesting it from all over town.
Is the Blue Moon Martini a popular drink?
The Blue Moon Martini is a popular drink, especially in the USA. It is considered to be one of the most popular drinks in the world. The drink is usually served with lemonade and vodka.
What are the benefits of this drink?
There are many benefits associated with the blue moon martini. Firstly, it is made with high-quality gin, which helps to make it taste better. Secondly, it is served in a chilled glass which gives the drink its cool and refreshing flavor. Thirdly, this drink is usually served on the rocks which makes it perfect for hot summer days.
Moreover, this martini is relatively inexpensive and can be found in most bars around town. It can also be made at home if you have a blender and a shaker bottle for storing your drinks in.
Blue Moon Martini
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- 3/4 oz (28 ml) Blue Curacao liqueur
- 1½ oz (45 ml) gin
- lemon twist
In a mixing glass filled with cubed ice, combine all ingredients. Stir well.
Strain into chilled martini glass.