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Fee Brothers - ITEM # 18599

Fee Brothers Olive Juice Brine - 12.7 oz

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This olive brine is made by the pros from real olives, goes great in a classic dirty martini recipe.


    Overview

    Pair your premium vodka with this brine for the perfect dirty martini. This is actual brine used in packaging of olives, not an imitation “juice” that’s never even been near an olive. This clean, rich olive-colored brine is slightly less salty than liquid poured from a jar of olives, letting the nuances of the other cocktail ingredients shine through.

    The bottle for this brine has instructions for the Dirty Martini, Dirty Margarita, and Dirty Pirate right on the package for use with this recipe. Or try some of our other olive brine cocktail recipes.

    Fee Brothers, a family company in its fourth generation, has been making cocktail ingredients since 1863. This olive brine is a necessity for making the classic dirty martini, so it better be good.

    Features
    • Real brine made from real olives
    • Lower in salt, will not overpower other flavors
    • Clean flavor compliments a Dirty Martini
    • Recipes for three cocktails right on the package
    Specifications
    Specs
    • Size: 12.7 fl oz
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    good product
    good product but a little less briny than what you get in an olive jar. I would recommend it.
    November 13, 2015
    This product was disappointing
    I ordered this product to make dirty martinis. I was tired of wasting olives, while using the brine only. This did not taste of brine, but only mildly salty water. I would not recommend it at all...
    October 10, 2018
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    Why did you choose this?
    Behind The Bar Store
    Wanted to buy a selection of olive juices/brines for a gift basket. I've read that this was one of the ones to try!
    Carla B on Nov 4, 2019 at Kegworks
    I used Fee Brothers olive brine for years . It has great consistent taste.
    Larry J on Oct 11, 2018 at Kegworks
    Wanted to buy a selection of olive juices/brines for a gift basket. I've read that this was one of the ones to try!
    Carla B on Nov 4, 2019 at Kegworks
    Tried three brands on initial order. We preferred Fee Brothers 1st, Dirty Sue 2nd
    Michael H on Jan 21, 2019 at Kegworks
    I used Fee Brothers olive brine for years . It has great consistent taste.
    Larry J on Oct 11, 2018 at Kegworks
    We go through brine way faster than olives, and are often left with jars full of brineless olives. delicious.
    Brandon S on Sep 25, 2017 at Kegworks
    Found a great Bloody Mary recipe and instead of using my olive juice - I decided to bump recipe up a notch
    Rae R on Jan 31, 2017 at Kegworks
    I love dirty martinis and need the brine....
    Deborah N on Jan 24, 2017 at Kegworks
    Want to try
    Stacy J on Aug 1, 2016
    I have used Fee Brothers several times and prefer the taste in my dirty martini.
    Larry J on Jun 5, 2016
    To try a new brine
    Michelle M on Apr 11, 2016
    this is the best olive brine that i have found
    Legends Bar on Feb 21, 2016
    Wanted a second one to compare taste
    Mary K on Oct 10, 2015
    Tried three brands on initial order. We preferred Fee Brothers 1st, Dirty Sue 2nd
    Michael H on Jan 21, 2019 at Kegworks
    We go through brine way faster than olives, and are often left with jars full of brineless olives. delicious.
    Brandon S on Sep 25, 2017 at Kegworks
    what is the shelf life of your olive brine?
    A shopper on Mar 13, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: Since I order several bottles at a time I have two answers.

    1) I have kept it for 2 years unopened with no problem. I just store it in the basement (cool and Dry).
    2) Once opened I have kept if for 3 months. I use a wine stopper with a vacuum pump to seal it after opening and keep it in the refrigerator. Since it is usually gone within 3 months I am not sure how long it would last this way.
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