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So we loved the 20 year martini, didn’t like the 25 year martini.... and since Celebrity turned 30 in April....do they have a special 30 year martini yet??

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On the Eclipse in June and I didn’t notice it on the Martini Bar menu, but I wasn’t specifically looking for it either.

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Are they still serving the 20 year martini on the ships? That’s one of my wife’s favorite drinks. We are going on the Infinity in March 2019.

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In January the equinox still served the 20 year, but minus the amazing foam that was on top. It just wasn't special anymore without it.

 

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Curious. What were the ingredients in the 20 year martini?

 

Here ya go:

Celebrity Cruises 20th-Anniversary Martini Recipe

 

Ingredients:

2 ounces Grey Goose pear vodka

1 ounce Brut Champagne

¾ ounce lime juice

¾ ounce Dainzu rose-flavored syrup

Ginger passion foam

3 sage leaves

Special Tools:

You’ll need a cream whipper, like this iSi mini whipper sold at Williams-Sonoma.com.

Directions:

Pour all ingredients except the Champagne into a cocktail shaker with ice, and shake. Pour the Champagne into the shaker and strain into a martini glass.

Fill the mini whipper with the foam. Garnish your cocktail with a swirl of pink froth, and top it with a sage leaf.

 

 

 

Enjoy.

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Here ya go:

Celebrity Cruises 20th-Anniversary Martini Recipe

 

Ingredients:

2 ounces Grey Goose pear vodka

1 ounce Brut Champagne

¾ ounce lime juice

¾ ounce Dainzu rose-flavored syrup

Ginger passion foam

3 sage leaves

Special Tools:

You’ll need a cream whipper, like this iSi mini whipper sold at Williams-Sonoma.com.

Directions:

Pour all ingredients except the Champagne into a cocktail shaker with ice, and shake. Pour the Champagne into the shaker and strain into a martini glass.

Fill the mini whipper with the foam. Garnish your cocktail with a swirl of pink froth, and top it with a sage leaf.

 

Enjoy.

 

Does anyone think if it was requested that the ingredients would be readily available aboard any X vessel?

 

I most certainly ask for the 20th on my next sailing.

 

Thank you for posting the recipe.

 

bon voyage

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Here ya go:

Celebrity Cruises 20th-Anniversary Martini Recipe

 

Ingredients:

2 ounces Grey Goose pear vodka

1 ounce Brut Champagne

¾ ounce lime juice

¾ ounce Dainzu rose-flavored syrup

Ginger passion foam

3 sage leaves

Special Tools:

You’ll need a cream whipper, like this iSi mini whipper sold at Williams-Sonoma.com.

Directions:

Pour all ingredients except the Champagne into a cocktail shaker with ice, and shake. Pour the Champagne into the shaker and strain into a martini glass.

Fill the mini whipper with the foam. Garnish your cocktail with a swirl of pink froth, and top it with a sage leaf.

 

 

 

Enjoy.

 

Thank you. It sounds like something my wife would enjoy. I'll inquire on our next cruise in October.

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Can I be the curmudgeon who asks "where's the gin and vermouth?" :D

 

It sounds interesting. I'm just old school on a "martini", and while a very interesting sounding drink, it just isn't a "martini" to me.

 

I hear some kids I need to run off of my lawn. Gotta go!

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Can I be the curmudgeon who asks "where's the gin and vermouth?" :D

 

It sounds interesting. I'm just old school on a "martini", and while a very interesting sounding drink, it just isn't a "martini" to me.

 

I hear some kids I need to run off of my lawn. Gotta go!

 

LOL, not curmudgeonny at all, just traditional.

 

What, no sprinklers to chase the kids away? Better have a martini before running out there...

 

bon voyage

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