The Ten Dollar Martini Alternative
What if a martini lasted more than 10 or 15 minutes? A martini is supposed to be sipped, thus it should last longer than say, a bottle of beer, or a shot of Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Fire. Right?
Recently I observed someone at a business reception who drank their martini in four quick swallows. At eight dollars plus a tip for the bartender, I am thinking that was a quick hit for ten bucks.
In between gulps, the martini drinker asked about the Breath InFluence nasal inhaler which she spied on my purse. I gladly took it out and offered a sniff. Then she asked me how much it cost. I was told it cost too much.
I wanted to point out to her that she just paid the same amount for her rapidly drained martini. Her martini won’t last the season. Its not portable. She can’t attach it to a purse or backpack or equipment bag. She can't take a swill anytime, anywhere. I also wanted to point out, if you sip a martini, you can savor its flavors, scents, and it might even tickle your palette. But alas, I never got to express my thoughts.
A martini is confining.
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