what is the difference between a martini and a dirty martini?

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    The popular answer here is olive juice. If I asked for a dirty Gibson Martini and you put olive juice in it, I'd make it my mission in life to get you fired.

    It's a 1/4 tsp of the juice from what ever garnish you use. If it's olives, by all means but there are millions of martinis out there and many of them demand a little more than an olive on a tooth pick.

    FYI, the juice to be used for a dirty Gibson Martini is juice squeezed out of a pearl onion.

    Source(s): Lic'd Bartender currently working in a Martini bar.
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  • 1 decade ago

    Dirty Martini has olive juice in it.

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  • 1 decade ago

    A Martini, vod or gin, has some vermouth added. I believe a dirty Martini includes a bit of Scotch rubbed/swished inside the glass before the vod/vermouth/ice shakies are poured in.

    (No ice cubes in the glass, the shaking is to get tiny ice crystals into the vod....)

    Source(s): Someone asked for it whle I was tending bar
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  • 1 decade ago

    dirty has olive juice in it about a spoon to make it extra dirty add 2 spoons

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  • Maggie
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    1 decade ago

    Olive juice makes it oh so dirty.

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  • 1 decade ago

    olive juice.

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