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How to Prevent a Fish-Flavored Martini

Fish-flavored martini? Sealed ice cube trays from aquaice.com or icerocks.com could be the answer.

Fish-flavored martini? Sealed ice cube trays from aquaice.com or icerocks.com could be the answer.

  • Fish-flavored martini? Sealed ice cube trays from aquaice.com or icerocks.com could be the answer.
  • The Martinez, Stirred
  • Meyer Lemon Drop Cocktails

By Fine Cooking Editors, editor

December 28th, 2009

"Nobody wants a fish-flavored martini" said Camper English, a San Francisco-based cocktail consultant, when he explained why you wouldn’t want to use regular old ice cubes that have been exposed to the odors of your freezer in a carefully mixed cocktail. There’s a new alternative: sealed ice cube trays filled with purified water that you freeze. Go to aquaice.com or icerocks.com for more information.

Forget the Fish Martini and serve up one of these:

The Martinez, Stirred Meyer Lemon Drop Cocktails Pear Sidecar
The Martinez, Stirred   Meyer Lemon Drop Cocktails   Pear Sidecar

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