Meet martini's ancestor, the Martinez

The rough lineage of the martini starts with the Manhattan, a mix of whiskey and sweet vermouth, that begat the Martinez, a mix of sweetened gin and sweet vermouth that soon became known as a martini. The Martinez-style martini, popular in the 1880s, is made with Old Tom gin, Italian vermouth, bitters and usually a taste of maraschino liqueur.

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