The Dirty Sue Martini is a success story at retail and it should be in every good grocery store in the land.
Dirty Sue is a great cocktail mixer for a reason.
One Eric doesn’t mess with the brine which comes from Andalusia Spain. It’s not the stuff used to pack olives in jars. It’s what they age olives in prior to packaging. All he does is filter it twice and touch it with Spring Water till the flavor is olives. It won’t ruin your top shelf gin or vodka, it enhances it!
No BS stories about using a one ton press (that’s what they used to use to make Olive Oil) just brine and water and we skip the preservatives and additional salt.
It is also great in Bloody Mary’s, in Bloody Maria’s and Margaritas and a variety of other cocktails you can view on our recipe site. Barmen will also water it down a little more and put it in a dasher bottle to use sparingly to add salinity to cocktails.
Dirty Sue Cocktail Garnishes
Grade A Extra Large Andalusian Olives from Spain’s top DOP. They have a firm bite and taste noticeably better than all the other olives on the market.
The Pimento and Jalapeno Stuffed Olives are very popular. However, for our clients the #1 garnish is the Blue Cheese Stuffed Olives. The secret is ET uses real Wisconsin Blue Chees so it has a creamier bite than the concrete bricks the other makers use.
The XL Cocktail Onions and the crazy good in a Gibson Cocktail. They and the wicked good Jalapeno Stuffed Onions pair really well in Cocktails where olives and pickled onions make an interesting garnish. The Gen. Patton Martini and Bloody Mary’s & Marias come to mind.
In Florida the Double Stuffed (Garlic & Jalapeno) Olives, which happen to be the most expensive garnish in the line, are #2 in sales behind the Blue Cheese Stuffed Olives so I am making a point to recommend this sku. Price is not an object with Dirty Sue as consumers come to the brand looking for bigger and better!
Dirty sue is #1 On and Off Premise in every market we have placement.
The package does all the work for you as the graphics are great and the name is a cute play on words!