From classic gin martinis to to refreshing saketinis, here are the best recipes for martini variations.
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The original martini, allegedly invented in the U.S. in the 1860s, was made with sweet vermouth. One of the first recipes for a dry martini, made with dry vermouth, appeared in Frank P. Newman's 1904 American Bar.