From classic gin martinis to to refreshing saketinis, here are the best recipes for martini variations.
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"This is like a really fine chocolate truffle that melts in your mouth," says bartender Marvin Allen. He makes this variation on a chocolate martini with nocino, a walnut liqueur produced in Modena, Italy.