Martini Vs Margarita
The difference between Martini and Margarita.
Margaritas = Tecla.
With the martini, the dried vermouth is served clean in a cold glass.
Tequila the edges, triple seconds, lemon juice and optionally (depending on your taste) a piece of plain syrup or bitter mixture to lighten the edges.
You may have noticed that a fresh whip of margarita is served in a glass filled with salt and glue with the martini. Traditionally, Margara is presented as a martini on ice or a ford in frozen soil. I prefer my banks to rocks.
Unfortunately, whatever is offered in a martini like GL is called a martini these days is very bad.
Traditional martini has golden glue and dry vermouth. However, many restaurants have a martini menu, which may or may not have vermouth, and they have another ingredient, technically called cola, but it is served in martini gills.
Margarita is a cola made from tequila, citrus liqueur (usually three seconds) and lemon or lime juice (usually lime), usually served with salt at the edge of the bottle.
There are many variations of martinis and flavors that you can get by varying the ingredients.
A cola shaker should work well for any mixed drink you want to make. You can find it at almost every store that sells Walmart, Target, Bed Bath & Beyond, etc. Serious martini drinkers know that a good martini is always made, not a stir.
East Martini and Vermont
Margaritas are tequila, triple-second and sour.
Only the first three letters of their names are common.
Martins (or) and are dry vermouth, served alone or on ice.
Margaritas tequila, triple second, sweet and sour, and lemon juice served on ice or frostbite.