The Caviartini – A Luxurious Twist on the Classic Gin Martini


🍸 Caviartini 🍸
🫒 Caviar & Crème Fraîche Stuffed Olive 🫒

The classic gin martini has long been celebrated for its simplicity and timeless elegance, but imagine taking this revered cocktail to new heights. Enter the “Caviartini” – a sophisticated twist that introduces Green Chartreuse, and Caviar & Crème Fraîche Stuffed Olives. This transformation takes the familiar to an unparalleled level, creating a sensory journey beyond the ordinary.

The addition of Green Chartreuse to the classic gin martini introduces a subtle layer of herbal complexity. To push the boundaries of opulence, the Caviartini is garnished with an olive stuffed with caviar and crème fraîche.

To complement the Caviartini experience, indulge in the perfect nibble – Vegetable Chips with a Caviar Crème Fraîche Dip. The crispiness of the chips paired with the creamy dip and briny caviar provides a delightful counterpoint to the martini’s juniper and botanical notes.

So, take a sip, relish the flavors, and let the Caviartini redefine your perception of the iconic gin martini.

How To Make A Caviartini

How to Make a Caviartini

Caviar & Crème Fraîche Stuffed Olives

Pitted Castelvetrano Olives

Crème Fraîche


Drain olives well. Roll the thick cultured cream into a little oval ball, slightly smaller than the olive hole. Stuff it down into the olive. Run a pick through the olive horizontally, a little above the equator so it can hang upright on the glass. Use the skinny end of a little cocktail spoon to stuff caviar into the olive and mound it on top.

Caviartini with Caviar  & Crème Fraîche Stuffed Olives


A Couple Drops of Green Chartreuse

2 1/2 oz. London Dry Gin such as Handcrafted Wild Roots Northwest Gin from Oregon

1/2 oz. Dry Vermouth such as Dolin Dry Vermouth de Chambéry

One Caviar Stuffed Olive

Swirl a couple drops of green chartreuse around the inside of a martini glass, then chill it. Place plenty of ice in a mixing glass and add the gin and vermouth. Stir for at least 30 seconds until well chilled. Strain into the chilled martini glass. Hang the caviar olive over the glass. Makes one martini.


Caviar Crème Fraîche Dip and Vegetable Chips

Thin out the crème fraîche with a bit of cream to a dipping consistency. Spoon it into a fancy ramekin, top with caviar. Serve vegetable chips on the side.

How to Make a Caviartini

Enjoy the caviar olive first. Then nibble on vegetable chips dipped in caviar crème fraîche between sips of the caviartini…

This caviartini was inspired by Petrossian.

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