Move over "bourbon-flavored," there's a new taste trend poised to take over.
Nowadays, in Europe, it's almost impossible to get a Dry Martini version that's actually not a Dirty Martini. Unlike in the US, no one actually drinks Dirty Martinis here so it may be the one case of a 'classic' cocktail becoming popular in spite of no one actually making the classic version ever. And some of those 'Drys that are actually Dirties' are actually much better than a 'classic' Dirty Martini. Most are merely content with not being worse than a Dirty Martini. The bar for this is obviously low.