Jack Rudy Vermouth Brined Olives
Happiness is finding two olives in your martini when you’re hungry - Johnny Carson
These olives are the ideal companion to that classic cocktail, as well as a Bloody Mary – or, as the Italians do it, with a nice Spritz. You might even find them good enough to eat straight from the jar.When updating the cocktail olive, Jack Rudy celebrated their affinity for a classic Martini: a nice splash of Dry Vermouth, and the punch of juniper and coriander that we associate with a great Dry Gin. The olives, grown in California, share that same flavor profile; they are a hearty olive, unstuffed, with a flavorful brine.