So you went to college.
Among the things they don’t teach you when you’re chugging lousy keg beer while standing on your head is a marketable, and sometimes profitable skill: how to make a proper martini.
Interesting people know how to make martinis because interesting people drink martinis. It stands atop the list of iconic drinks for a reason. H.L. Mencken called it “the only American invention as perfect as the sonnet” and who are we to argue?
There will come a time, whether it’s at your boss’ dinner party or when hosting your own where being able to confidently mix a pitcher of martinis will score you some major points and the admiration of your fellow guests.