There are two different flavors that are possible with this drink, depending on the gin that you choose. For a light and refreshing Daphne Martini, try something with aromatics similar to Bombay Sapphire. Boodles, Bulldog, and Martin Miller's take this drink to the drier side. It's all a matter of what you're in the mood for at the time.
To dress it up, play with the garnish. It looks great with a lemon twist or a few fresh blueberries. Strawberry, cherry, lime, orange... almost any garnish will work.
Gather the ingredients.
Pour the liquors and vermouth into a cocktail shaker with ice.
Add a dash of orange bitters.
How Strong Is the Daphne Martini?
This beautiful blue cocktail looks all sweet and innocent, but she can be deceiving. Notice that the Daphne Martini is made entirely of liquor and, like most martinis, this one can sneak up on you.
On average, you can expect the Daphne Martini to have an alcohol content of about 31 percent ABV (62 proof). That is right in line with the original Vodka Martini.