Herbert Hoover stopped off at the Belgian Embassy for a nightly martini on his way home from work.
Are there any martini glasses clinking when filming is done?
“I was just with him at the Minetta Tavern, having a martini and a burger,” she says.
Chill about six ounces of vodka in a shaker with ice, then strain into a martini glass.
It was a room as big as a hotel room but there was a lemonade stand, a Chex Mix, a martini bar, mints, and then this bag.
While he lay kicking on his back up comes his mother, so I reloaded my old martini and gave her one for herself.
Hans and Mashune had also each a martini rifle and some cartridges, not many.
Beside one Boer was found one of the old martini rifles taken from the 52nd at Majuba.
His rifle was a sporting martini, and he had an ample supply of ammunition.
As I live and breathe, it is a bottle of martini which Jonas has thoughtfully prepared against the cold.
1891, short for Martini cocktail (1886), perhaps from Martini & Rossi, Italian firm that makes vermouth (an ingredient of the drink); the firm was in existence then by that name, but it is not specified among the ingredients in the earliest recipes (e.g. Harry Johnson's "Bartender's Manual," 1888). Another theory holds that it is a corruption of Martinez, California, town where the drink was said to have originated. See discussion in Lowell Edmunds' book "Martini, Straight Up" (1998).