Martini For some purists, a martini must be made of gin, and James Bond is a villain who should have been iced by Dr. No in his first film before he could popularize the vodka martini. For others, a martini is anything served in a martini glass but a true martini had to have vermouth. Martini
We have the perfect gift for that Martini lover in your life.
Stylish and sophisticated, these Martini gift sets makes a great gift for any occasion.
Vibe Martini Glasses
2 pack $39.00
Send out good karma to all party-goers in your area. They
will definitely feel your positive energy with this sleek
beauty. Having a drink from this unique glass will feel like a
match that was meant to be.
Whether you feature the Martini Tote in your home or an outing it will become a focal point and makes the ideal gift for yourself or others.
Martini Cocktail Set
This set and assortment is perfect for entertaining or as a gift for your favorite martini lover.
Stainless Steel Martini Glasses
Keep your martinis cold in elegant stainless steel cocktail glasses.
Unbreakable metal drink glasses.
Giant Martini Glass
The Giant Martini Glass is the perfect conversation and party piece!! Standing over 11 inches tall this Glass has real class!!!
Can be used as a huge cocktail glass or to
hold fruit, nuts, or candy. Clear bowl.
There perfect for an intimate dinner or a swingin’ soiree. It holds up to
16oz of your favorite martini elixir and has a built-in strainer and the lid
can be used for elixir measuring.
Vodka is far and away the most popular spirit category in America, accounting for more than 20% of all distilled spirits consumption. It is defined by government regulations as a spirit without any distinctive character, aroma, taste or color.
Gin is believed to have been invented in Holland in 1650. The drink became known as "genever," which is Dutch for juniper. It became popular with British soldiers occupying Holland who called it "Dutch Courage" and brought it back to England
Vermouth is used as an appetizer and as a mixer in cocktails It's sometimes served as an apéritif, but it's better known as a key ingredient in many cocktails, including martinis and Manhattans.