Jack Rudy Olives, Vermouth brined
When updating the cocktail olive,theaffinity for a classic Martini: a nice splash of Dry Vermouth, and the punch of juniper & coriander that we associate with a great Dry Gin. Theolives, grown in California, share that same flavor profile; they are a hearty olive, unstuffed, with a flavorful brine that you並_ll no doubt find a suitable use for.
These olives are the ideal companion to that classic cocktail, as well as a Bloody Mary 並_並_並_ or, as the Italians do it, with a nice Spritz. You might even find them good enough to eat straight from the jar.
並_並_並_Jack Rudy was many things. He was a pilot who illegally 並_並_並_ew his plane under the Ohio River Bridge (on a dare), an inventor who created a mechanical device for pharmacists to count pills, and a craftsman who once built a houseboat out of an old city bus. After serving as an aircraft mechanic in WWII, he spent his working life as an engineer. He read Popular Mechanics and National Geographic cover to cover - a curious type who made his own bullets, and shot them into a dirt wall he constructed in his basement. In addition to being a 並_並_並_marvelous並_ dancer, he LOVED to entertain and was known to overindulge in drink, smoke, and his wife並_s gourmet cooking."