DILL MARTINI

DILL MARTINI

DILL MARTINI

DILL MARTINI

DILL MARTINI

A DRINK WITH DUAL CITIZENSHIP

A DRINK WITH DUAL CITIZENSHIP

An elegant, cross-cultural version of one of the world’s most widely recognized cocktails. Combining our Danish aquavit with a French aperitif to create a unique combination that’ll surprise and delight your palate.

An elegant, cross-cultural version of one of the world’s most widely recognized cocktails. Combining our Danish aquavit with a French aperitif to create a unique combination that’ll surprise and delight your palate.

An elegant, cross-cultural version of one of the world’s most widely recognized cocktails. Combining our Danish aquavit with a French aperitif to create a unique combination that’ll surprise and delight your palate.

An elegant, cross-cultural version of one of the world’s most widely recognized cocktails. Combining our Danish aquavit with a French aperitif to create a unique combination that’ll surprise and delight your palate.

An elegant, cross-cultural version of one of the world’s most widely recognized cocktails. Combining our Danish aquavit with a French aperitif to create a unique combination that’ll surprise and delight your palate.

DRY

10 MIN

20% ALC

INGREDIENTS

INGREDIENTS

(1 DRINK) 

cl. Lillet

5 cl. Dill anise aquavit

2 drops reduced wild yeast beer, or a lemon zest

1½ cl. Lillet

5 cl. Dill anise aquavit

2 drops reduced wild yeast beer, or a lemon zest

1½ cl. Lillet

5 cl. Dill anise aquavit

2 drops reduced wild yeast beer, or a lemon zest

1½ cl. Lillet

5 cl. Dill anise aquavit

2 drops reduced wild yeast beer, or a lemon zest

GEAR

GEAR

 

Tall glass, stirring glass or a clean vase

Measuring cup

Long spoon

Strainer

Small cocktail glass

Eyedropper

Tall glass, stirring glass or a clean vase

Measuring cup

Long spoon

Strainer

Small cocktail glass

Eyedropper

Tall glass, stirring glass or a clean vase

Measuring cup

Long spoon

Strainer

Small cocktail glass

Eyedropper

Tall glass, stirring glass or a clean vase

Measuring cup

Long spoon

Strainer

Small cocktail glass

Eyedropper

Tall glass, stirring glass or a clean vase

Measuring cup

Long spoon

Strainer

Small cocktail glass

Eyedropper

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1. Put cocktail glasses in the freezer.

1. Put cocktail glasses in the freezer.

1. Put cocktail glasses in the freezer.

1. Put cocktail glasses in the freezer.

1. Put cocktail glasses in the freezer.

2. Fill a tall glass with ice cubes.

2. Fill a tall glass with ice cubes.

2. Fill a tall glass with ice cubes.

2. Fill a tall glass with ice cubes.

2. Fill a tall glass with ice cubes.

3. Add Lillet and Dill anise aquavit to the glass.

3. Add Lillet and Dill anise aquavit to the glass.

3. Add Lillet and Dill anise aquavit to the glass.

3. Add Lillet and Dill anise aquavit to the glass.

3. Add Lillet and Dill anise aquavit to the glass.

4. Stir 20 times.

4. Stir 20 times.

4. Stir 20 times.

4. Stir 20 times.

4. Stir 20 times.

5. Strain into the freezing cocktail glasses.

5. Strain into the freezing cocktail glasses.

5. Strain into the freezing cocktail glasses.

5. Strain into the freezing cocktail glasses.

5. Strain into the freezing cocktail glasses.

6. Serve with drops of reduced wild yeast beer or lemon zest on top.

You can easily make reduced wild fermented beer by bringing a bottle of wild fermented beer to a simmer. Reduce while occasionally stirring until there is only 10% left. Preserve in an air tight container.

6. Serve with drops of reduced wild yeast beer or lemon zest on top.

You can easily make reduced wild fermented beer by bringing a bottle of wild fermented beer to a simmer. Reduce while occasionally stirring until there is only 10% left. Preserve in an air tight container.

6. Serve with drops of reduced wild yeast beer or lemon zest on top.

You can easily make reduced wild fermented beer by bringing a bottle of wild fermented beer to a simmer. Reduce while occasionally stirring until there is only 10% left. Preserve in an air tight container.

6. Serve with drops of reduced wild yeast beer or lemon zest on top.

You can easily make reduced wild fermented beer by bringing a bottle of wild fermented beer to a simmer. Reduce while occasionally stirring until there is only 10% left. Preserve in an air tight container.

6. Serve with drops of reduced wild yeast beer or lemon zest on top.

You can easily make reduced wild fermented beer by bringing a bottle of wild fermented beer to a simmer. Reduce while occasionally stirring until there is only 10% left. Preserve in an air tight container.

Full recipe

Full Recipe

Full Recipe

Full Recipe

Dill Martini

Dill Martini

A martini is the ultimate bartender’s test. No nonsense, nowhere to hide, just a minimal amount of ingredients and a stir. Highlighting the quality of ice and your understanding of the importance of water.

Fill a stirring glass with good fresh ice, quickly add the ingredients, the smallest components first. With a long spoon, a kebab spear or your finger(but only if it's for yourself), stir gently about 20 times. Strain into stemmed chilled glassware.

Garnish with a lemon zest, or do as we do: Grab a bottle of Herslev Mark Hø, or another wild fermented krieg style beer, but not a fruit one. Put it in a sauce pan over very low heat and reduce the 50 cl to 5. With a pipette or tea spoon, add 2 drops to the martini. It works as a bitter but tastes more like fermented fish sauce in a very good way. Works wonders with the dill.

A martini is the ultimate bartender’s test. No nonsense, nowhere to hide, just a minimal amount of ingredients and a stir. Highlighting the quality of ice and your understanding of the importance of water.

Fill a stirring glass with good fresh ice, quickly add the ingredients, the smallest components first. With a long spoon, a kebab spear or your finger(but only if it's for yourself), stir gently about 20 times. Strain into stemmed chilled glassware.

Garnish with a lemon zest, or do as we do: Grab a bottle of Herslev Mark Hø, or another wild fermented krieg style beer, but not a fruit one. Put it in a sauce pan over very low heat and reduce the 50 cl to 5. With a pipette or tea spoon, add 2 drops to the martini. It works as a bitter but tastes more like fermented fish sauce in a very good way. Works wonders with the dill.

A martini is the ultimate bartender’s test. No nonsense, nowhere to hide, just a minimal amount of ingredients and a stir. Highlighting the quality of ice and your understanding of the importance of water.

Fill a stirring glass with good fresh ice, quickly add the ingredients, the smallest components first. With a long spoon, a kebab spear or your finger(but only if it's for yourself), stir gently about 20 times. Strain into stemmed chilled glassware.

Garnish with a lemon zest, or do as we do: Grab a bottle of Herslev Mark Hø, or another wild fermented krieg style beer, but not a fruit one. Put it in a sauce pan over very low heat and reduce the 50 cl to 5. With a pipette or tea spoon, add 2 drops to the martini. It works as a bitter but tastes more like fermented fish sauce in a very good way. Works wonders with the dill.

A martini is the ultimate bartender’s test. No nonsense, nowhere to hide, just a minimal amount of ingredients and a stir. Highlighting the quality of ice and your understanding of the importance of water.

Fill a stirring glass with good fresh ice, quickly add the ingredients, the smallest components first. With a long spoon, a kebab spear or your finger(but only if it's for yourself), stir gently about 20 times. Strain into stemmed chilled glassware.

Garnish with a lemon zest, or do as we do: Grab a bottle of Herslev Mark Hø, or another wild fermented krieg style beer, but not a fruit one. Put it in a sauce pan over very low heat and reduce the 50 cl to 5. With a pipette or tea spoon, add 2 drops to the martini. It works as a bitter but tastes more like fermented fish sauce in a very good way. Works wonders with the dill.

A martini is the ultimate bartender’s test. No nonsense, nowhere to hide, just a minimal amount of ingredients and a stir. Highlighting the quality of ice and your understanding of the importance of water.

Fill a stirring glass with good fresh ice, quickly add the ingredients, the smallest components first. With a long spoon, a kebab spear or your finger(but only if it's for yourself), stir gently about 20 times. Strain into stemmed chilled glassware.

Garnish with a lemon zest, or do as we do: Grab a bottle of Herslev Mark Hø, or another wild fermented krieg style beer, but not a fruit one. Put it in a sauce pan over very low heat and reduce the 50 cl to 5. With a pipette or tea spoon, add 2 drops to the martini. It works as a bitter but tastes more like fermented fish sauce in a very good way. Works wonders with the dill.

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