Love Martinis? Whether you prefer Gin or Vodka, Doc Elliott’s Olive Bitters will take your martini to the next level. With an intense olive flavor and just a touch of brine, you can add the perfect umami without going full on dirty. But, if you prefer your Martini dirty or down right filthy, a dash of Doc Elliott’s Olive Bitters will take it to a new dimension!
This beautiful Martini combines the herbal qualities of Gin and Chartreuse. We used Gin Mare, which has a balanced juniper note and is distilled from olives, among other botanicals, all of which play perfectly with Doc Elliott’s Olive Bitters.
I like my martini’s 2 1/2:1 or 3:1 Gin to Vermouth. Whatever your favorite ratio, try combining Dry and Bianco 50/50 for the Vermouth. This is a play on the Perfect Martini. One that combines both dry and sweet Vermouth.
I had read about freezing martinis and thought it would be fun to try. Frozen martinis are nothing new, but my various recipes turned into an interesting experiment. Just to set things straight, a “frozen martini” is not a slushie like a “frozen margarita.” It is a batched martini, placed…