January 15, 2016
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Here Are Mumbai’s Best Innovative Martinis For A Booze Filled Weekend

There’s something about a good martini that makes everything better. We’re not sure whether it’s because it’s James Bond’s favourite drink or because it’s a delicious mix of two alcohols (gin and vermouth), but a martini after a long day always succeeds in perking us up. Traditional martinis are all well and good, but of late, there have been some fun spins on the classic drink that make them even better. Here are the best innovative martinis in Mumbai based on their combination of flavours, alcohol ratios and – of course – taste.

Burnt Curry Leaf Martini at Masala Library

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A delicious martini infused with curry leaf flavours. Read more about it, and how it fits in with the rest of Masala Library’s fare here.

Espresso Martini at The Food Studio – Kitchen & Bar

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Coffee and alcohol is the perfect combination.

Dairy Milk Martini at Sante

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Chocolate, gin and vermouth are an equally great combination. This martini will take you straight back to your childhood!

Cheesecake Martini at Boveda

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With this martini, you can have your cake and drink it too. It’s a mix of Absolut vanilla, cheesecake mix and Kahlua liqueur.

Smoked Melon Martini at Smoke House Deli

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A heady yet refreshing cocktail.

Litchi-Chilli Martini at Indigo

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Sweet and spicy are wonderfully balanced in this cocktail.

Lemongrass Martini at Shiro

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Lemongrass flavours complement the Pan Asian fare at Shiro perfectly. Read what food you should order with it here!

 

Chili Martini at Yauatcha

Just like Yauatcha’s fare, this martini is executed with finesse and packs of flavour.

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Japanese Pear and Ginger Martini at Terrtulia

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While the pear takes away the alcohol sourness, the ginger gives it a touch of zing.

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