Dirty Blues Martini

Dirty Blues Martini

Terry Fay

"My father and uncle (see 'Dan Fay Martini') loved their martini's. Having sampled both of their recipes, more than once, I found myself making variations to their wonderful concoctions. Here is my latest variation in the tradition of the 'Fay Martini.'"
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5 m servings
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  1. Gin and glasses must be kept chilled in freezer.
  2. Measure and pour gin into glasses.
  3. Add 1/4 teaspoon olive juice to each glass.
  4. Garnish each glass with 3 speared green olives stuffed with Blue Cheese.
  5. CHEERS!

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My husband Loved it..course he loves gin..blue cheese and olives.

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you should call this the diry dan martini Ha.

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My husband Loved it..course he loves gin..blue cheese and olives.

Great Dirty Martini! Gotta get good blue cheese, big olives of good quality and well, we prefer vodka. Cheers!

Very good

you should call this the diry dan martini Ha.

This is one of my FAVORITE drinks out there. I love blue cheese stuffed olives. But, as always, I use 3BAR Olive Juice and blue cheese olives when making my martini.

So good

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