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But instead of it being "shaken not stirred" Logan asks for "an apple martini.
Filled with youthful vigour, music, dance and events depicting the Goan spirit, the outlet manifests a large drinks menu, consisting of some lip smacking sippers such as Shutter Island Iced Tea, Paan ki Dukaan, Smoking Aces, Vodka Chikoo EaAeclair, Basil Apple Martini amongst others.
The 50-cover restaurant also has a chic cocktail bar serving up a stylish selection of quaffable creations such as apple martini, lemongrass mojito and the intriguing sounding spicy mojito.
and enjoy a buffet of Japanese sushi, Chinese dimsum, and Korean fried chicken, paired with Japanese sake, Sapporo beer, and Asian-inspired cocktails based either in soju or sake such as the Geisha Girl Apple Martini, Samurai Margarita, Seoul Sling, and Gangnam Cooler.
And look beyond the expected plain sugar and salt by adding spice, like a touch of cinnamon to the rim for an Apple Martini, Ellman says.
The cocktails include William's Apple Martini, a heady mix of Chase William's Apple Gin and Noilly Pratt dry vermouth, Princess' Pride, a sweet mix of Stolichnaya Vanilla Vodka, fresh raspberries and sugar syrup and the blackberry-infused Daddy Royale - simply Creme de Cassis topped with prosecco.
Kraft Foods introduced three cocktail-inspired low-calorie drink mix varieties under the Crystal Light brand: Apple Martini, Mojito and Margarita.
I also love a spiced apple Martini in a great cocktail glass.
Bred on the productive Giant's Causeway-Mr Prospector cross made famous by Aragorn, Ghanaati and Shamardal, Giant Oak is a brother to minor stakes winner Apple Martini out of Crafty Oak, a Grade 3-winning daughter of Crafty Prospector.
Cocktail: Apple Martini Agent Provocateur perfume pounds 26.
50) and the meat and fish skewer, which is interwoven with roasted vegetables (pounds 35) The drinks are divine - ask head bartender Conor Foley to mix you a green apple martini - a tribute to the Big Apple itself (pounds 5.
Few Irish-descended people I know (which includes expatriate natives) ever drink to excess, and never anything green unless it's an apple martini.