21 Cocktails with Martini Bianco (Recipes)

Here are the 21 top cocktails for using up the bottle of Martini Bianco vermouth!

From the Martini Bianco Spritz to the Manhattan Bianco, here I cover all the classics plus some lesser known Martini Bianco mixed drinks!

Here are all the best Martini Bianco cocktails to try!

Cocktail recipes inspired by Martini Bianco.

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1. Manhattan Bianco

The Manhattan Bianco is a sophisticated bourbon and Martini Bianco vermouth drink. It’s looks like the White Manhattan (pictured here) only simpler to mix–with just 2 ingredients!

Easy Recipe: Fill a mixing glass with ice. Add 1 1/2 oz bourbon and 1 1/2 oz Martini Bianco vermouth. Stir well. Strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Garnish with a lemon peel twist. 

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2. Martini Bianco Cocktail

I’ve typed up the Grey Goose Martini Bianco cocktail recipe below. I’ve also provided details to help craft your perfect drink. Cheers!

Easy Recipe: Combine 1 oz Grey Goose Le Citron Flavored Vodka, ¾ oz Martini Bianco, ¾ oz Maraschino Liqueur, ½ oz Orange Liqueur, and 2 dashes of Orange Bitters in a cocktail shaker with ice; shake vigorously. Fine strain into a chilled martini glass and garnish with a lemon twist.

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3. Gin Blossom Martini

The Martini has many different variations. One Martini riff that uses Martini Bianco vermouth is Julie Reiner’s Gin Blossom. It is a floral rendition of the classic cocktail.

Easy Recipe: In a mixing glass, add 1 1/2 ounces Plymouth gin, 1 1/2 ounces Martini bianco vermouth, 3/4 ounce Blume apricot eau de vie, 2 dashes orange bitters into a with ice. Stir until well-chilled. Express the oils from an orange twist over the drink and garnish with the twist.

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4. Negroni Bianco

This sweet and bitter Negroni variation swaps in bianco vermouth instead of red vermouth.

Easy Recipe: Fill a mixing glass with ice, and add 1 oz each of Campari, Martini Bianco, and dry gin. Add a pinch of flaky sea salt. Stir for 30 seconds, then strain into an ice-filled rocks glass. Garnish with an orange peel.

5. Martini Bianco & Tonic

A simple 2-ingredient cocktail, the Martini Bianco & Tonic has an invigorating and zesty taste. It’s a go-to cocktail when you want something easy.

Easy Recipe: Fill a balloon glass with ice, add 2.5 oz Martini Bianco and 2.5 oz tonic water, then stir gently. Garnish with a lime wheel.

6. Martinez Bianco

As a fan of cocktails with Martini Bianco, I love making the Martinez Bianco. The Martinez is a simple mix, and predates the classic Martini itself.

Easy Recipe: In a mixing glass, combine 0.5 oz of Italicus, 2 oz of white vermouth, 1 oz of London dry gin, and 2 dashes of orange bitters, then fill with ice cubes and stir. Strain into a cocktail glass and garnish with an olive on a skewer.

7. Martini Royale

The Martini Royale is an elegant cocktail that mixes Martini Bianco, prosecco, lime, and mint.

Easy Recipe: In a wine glass filled with cubed ice, pour 2.5 oz Martini Bianco and top up with 2.5 oz Martini Prosecco, then gently mix. Squeeze in lime juice and garnish with a sprig of fresh mint.

8. Berry Blast With Martini Bianco

This fruity and sparkling Berry Blast with Martini Bianco cocktail is so refreshing. Made with crushed berries it boasts deep flavors!

Easy Recipe: Dice ripe watermelon and mix with fresh blueberries, blackberries, and frozen raspberries in a bowl, then add elderflower syrup and Martini Bianco to taste and let marinate. Serve the fruit mixture in a glass with crushed ice, top with chilled prosecco, and garnish with optional lemon balm leaves.

9. Negroni Fumo Bianco 

This stirred cocktail has a smooth balance of sweet, smoky and bitter flavors. This three ingredient cocktail is easy to make: and memorize, because it uses 1 ounce of each of its three components.

10. Wet Martini

One of my favorites, the Wet Martini Cocktail swaps Noilly Prat vermouth with Martini Bianco vermouth.

Easy Recipe: Mix 1 ½ oz Grey Goose Vodka, ½ oz Martini Bianco vermouth, and a dash of orange bitters in a rocks glass over ice. Garnish with two Mediterranean olives on a pick.

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11. Neat Martini Bianco

There’s nothing like sipping a simple tipple. Martini Bianco is a popular aperitivo in Italy and can be enjoyed “neat”–which is a pure spirit with no other ingredients added, not even ice. 

Easy Recipe: Simply pour chilled Martini Bianco into a wine glass. Garnish with lemon if desired.

Did you know? If Martini Bianco is served with ice, it’s “straight up” instead of “neat”.

12. Martini Bianco Spritz

The Martini Bianco Spritz is a refreshing summertime drink. The combination of Martini Bianco, prosecco, and soda water results in a bubbly cocktail.

Easy Recipe: In a wine or balloon glass, combine 1.5 oz Martini Bianco and top with crushed ice, then pour in 2 oz Martini Prosecco and a splash of sparkling water. Garnish with 2-3 lime wedges and a sprig of mint.

13. White Negroni Sbagliato

A variation of the Negroni cocktail that incorporates bianco vermouth, providing a different flavor profile compared to the traditional Negroni.

Easy Recipe: In a double Old-Fashioned glass over a large ice cube, combine 1 oz Suze, 1 oz Bianco Martini vermouth, and top with 4 oz sparkling wine, preferably prosecco. Garnish with a long slice of cucumber and a twist of orange zest.

14. Old Gal

The Old Gal Negroni-style cocktail is a twist on the Old Pal cocktail. Martini Bianco vermouth mellows out the rye whiskey and Campari in this tipple.

Easy Recipe: Mix 1 oz rye whiskey, 1 oz Campari, and 1 oz bianco vermouth in a mixing glass with ice; stir until chilled and strain into a chilled Old-Fashioned glass. Garnish with an orange peel.

15. Fumata Bianca

The Fumata Bianca is a bitter, sweet, and smokey–yet refreshing highball cocktail.

Easy Recipe: In a Collins glass, combine 1 oz Suze gentian liqueur, 1 oz Martini Bianco vermouth, and 0.5-0.8 oz mezcal; add ice and top with a splash of soda water. Express a grapefruit twist over the drink and use it as garnish.

16. Martini Bianco Fizz

The Martini Bianco Fizz is a light, refreshing cocktail that mixes Martini Bianco vermouth with fresh lemon juice and effervescent soda water.

Easy Recipe: Shake 1 1/2 oz lemon juice, 3/4 oz cane sugar syrup, and 1 3/4 oz Martini Bianco vermouth with ice in a shaker, then strain into a chilled glass. Top with soda water to finish.

17. Dante’s Negroni Bianco

The Negroni Bianco is one of the more popular modern riffs on the classic recipe. In this version, two kinds of vermouth meet quinquina.

Easy Recipe: In a mixing glass with ice, combine 1 oz gin, ½ oz bianco vermouth, ½ oz dry vermouth, 1 oz Quinquina aperitif, ½ oz verjus blanc or verjus bianco, and 2 dashes of lemon bitters; stir until chilled. Strain into a rocks glass over a large ice cube and garnish with a lemon twist.

18. Soul Reviver

The Soul Reviver is a twist on the classic Corpse Reviver cocktail. This sophisticated tipple is lip-smackingly sippable.

Easy Recipe: Shake 20ml plum sake, 20ml Martini Bianco vermouth, 20ml triple sec, 20ml lemon juice, 2 dashes of absinthe, and ice vigorously in a cocktail shaker for about 10 seconds. Strain into a chilled coupe or martini glass and garnish with a star anise.

19. Bamboo

The Bamboo cocktail is delicate with notes of almonds. The vermouth creates a floral, herbal and complex drink.

Easy Recipe: In a mixing glass with cracked ice, combine 1 1/2 oz dry sherry, 1 1/2 oz dry vermouth, 1 dash Angostura bitters, and 1 dash orange bitters; stir until well-chilled. Strain into a chilled coupe and garnish with a lemon twist.

20. Bianco Paloma

A twist on the classic Paloma, this cocktail uses grapefruit soda instead of squirt. I swap Martini Bianco in for the Luxardo Bianco.

Easy Recipe: In a shaker filled with ice, combine 1 oz tequila blanco, ⅔ oz Martini Bianco, ⅔ oz fresh pink grapefruit juice, ⅓ oz fresh lime juice, and ¼ oz Luxardo Maraschino Originale Liqueur; shake until well chilled and double-strain into a Collins glass filled with fresh ice. Garnish with a grapefruit twist and Luxardo Maraschino Cherries.

21. Old Pal

The Old Pal cocktail is a three ingredient cocktail that’s sleek and sippable, balancing bitter, sweet, and dry with fiery whiskey.

Easy Recipe: Stir 1 oz rye whiskey, 1 oz Campari, and 1 oz Martini Bianco vermouth in a mixing glass with ice until well-chilled, then strain into a chilled coupe glass. Garnish with a lemon twist.

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Martini Bianco FAQs

What Is Martini Bianco?

Martini Bianco is an Italian, aromatized, fortified vermouth. Martini & Rossi classifies it as a dry white vermouth with soft vanilla notes.

What does Martini Bianco vermouth taste like?

Martini Bianco has a medium dry finish with vanilla, herbal, and floral notes. It is infused with over 40 herbs.

How much alcohol is in Martini Bianco vermouth? 

Martini Bianco vermouth is 15% ABV (alcohol by volume), so it has a low alcohol content. Compare it to 40% ABV for spirits like whiskeyrumvodka and gin.

What other ways is Martini Bianco vermouth drunk in Italy?

Martini Bianco is often drunk on ice with a slice of citrus. Or mixed with lemonade or with Pellegrino water.

How much does Martini Bianco cost?

Compared to other vermouths, Martini Bianco is affordable. You can buy a 750 ml bottle for $9 to $15. It’s easy to find at your liquor store or online.

Can Martini Bianco be used in a Martini?

Yes, the Martini has many different variations. One Martini riff that uses Martini Bianco vermouth is the Julie Reiner’s Gin Blossom.

What is the difference between blanc vermouth and bianco vermouth?

Blanc vermouth and bianco vermouth are terms used interchangeably to refer to a type of white vermouth that falls between sweet and dry vermouth in terms of sweetness. Blanc vermouth is often associated with French-style vermouth, while bianco vermouth is more commonly linked to Italian varieties.

Does Martini Bianco need to be refrigerated?

Yes, Martini Bianco should be refrigerated once opened to slow down the oxidation process and extend its shelf life. Storing vermouth, including Martini Bianco, in the refrigerator helps maintain its quality and flavors, especially after opening the bottle.

How long does Martini Bianco last once opened?

Vermouths oxidise quickly. Once opened, store in the fridge and drink within three months, but ideally within the first month. After that point, the taste will change significantly.

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21 Cocktails with Martini Bianco

21 Cocktails with Martini Bianco

Here are all the best Martini Bianco cocktails worth trying!


  • Bianco Manhattan

  • Martini Bianco Cocktail

  • Gin Blossom Martini

  • Negroni Bianco

  • Martini Bianco Spritz

  • Martini Bianco and Tonic

  • Martinez Bianco

  • Martini Royale

  • Berry Blast With Martini Bianco

  • Negroni Fumo Bianco

  • Wet Martini

  • Neat Martini Bianco

  • Martini Bianco Spritz

  • White Negroni Sbagliato

  • Old Gal

  • Fumata Bianca

  • Martini Bianco Fizz

  • Dante’s Negroni Bianco

  • Soul Reviver

  • Bamboo

  • Bianco Paloma

  • Old Pal


  • Choose your favorite cocktail with Martini Bianco
  • Mix & sip!
Martini Bianco Cocktails

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Please let me know how your Martini Bianco cocktails turn out in the comments! Cheers!

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