Thursday, December 09, 2004

Public Service Announcement

A martini contains gin, dry vermouth, and olives.

Due to the fact that gin is revolting, it is acceptable to call the same drink, with vodka substituted for the Fowl Juniper, a martini.

Furthermore, there is no such thing as a martini glass; martinis are served in a cocktail glass.

A cocktail is any drink, including the martini, that is served in a cocktail glass. If it has juice of any kind (other than olive), sugary flavored liqueurs, or anything other than the above mentioned ingredients, it is not a martini. Chocolate "martini"? Cocktail. Apple "martini"? Cocktail. Also, gross.

This topic is not up for debate of any kind.