I think i have a handle on your olives. My girlfriend
picked up a jar figuring I'd like them. I saw a piece of bean jammed in an
olive, smiled politely, and stuck the jar in the back of the fridge... then
curiosity got the better of me and I tried a few different bottles of gin...
here's where I've decided to go with your product:
3 1/2 oz Tanqueray No. 10 gin
1/2 oz dry vermouth
1 tsp olive brine (shake the jar in order to capture some
of the garlic and spice bits)
Pour all ingredients over ice, stir (shaking actually
reduces the alcoholic content of the drink (seriously)), place B'nOlive in
large martini glass, pour, enjoy, repeat.
I've used some olives that had habanero slices in the
jar, they were a tad too hot for a martini. I've experimented with many other
stuffed olives, but I've yet to find another olive that beats yours...