October 11, 2005

Make Filthy Martinis With Dirty Sue

Dirty Sue Olive Brine for MartinisWe're not usually big fans of drinks that come in stemmed glasses, but we do love martinis, the dirtier the better. Problem is, you need olive brine (the juice the little suckers float in) to make a good dirty martini, and if you make enough you're going to end up with bone-dry olives and no brine left. That's where our new friend Dirty Sue comes in.

Dirty Sue is twice-filtered olive brine that is bottled specifically for mixing drinks, so you don't have to use up an entire jar of olives to make your martini as dirty as you like. Plus, according to the folks at productdose who first tipped us off about Dirty Sue, the stuff "adds a really nice touch to a Bloody Mary, too, which makes it one more perfect reason to expand the bar." Not that we need any more reasons to expand the bar, but there you have it.

You can learn more (and see a glowing product endorsement from Northern Exposure's John Corbett) at the Dirty Sue Website.

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at October 11, 2005 8:20 AM

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brilliant. was just about to buy a few jars of olives for this very reason, but bought a few bottles of this instead. been reading liquorsnob a few weeks, keep up the great work!


Posted by: dave g at October 12, 2005 2:13 AM
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