Ancient Olives

Dirty Martini Juice

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In a time when so much thought goes into the choice of spirits, it’s time for the mixer to start pulling its weight. Ancient Olive Trees Dirty Martini Juice is the only martini mix that elevates your cocktail. The secret is our high-quality olives. That same tree-to-table flavor made famous by our extra virgin olive oil can be found in our Dirty Martini Juice.Our juice is nurtured in aging barrels with premium California grown olives then triple-filtered for a pure, crisp taste. It’s the cleanest dirty you’ll ever enjoy. Dirty Martini Juice has the chops to hang with the finest top-shelf spirits. After all, quality deserves quality. But our remarkable product also elevates the taste of everyday vodkas and gins, making all your cocktails premium cocktails.Our unique bottle is designed for mixologists, both amateur and professional, to grab & pour with ease. The elegantly painted design helps maintain the product’s superior freshness by protecting the juice from exposure to light. It’s time to expect more from your martini


Ancient Olives

Ancient Olive Trees is a family owned and operated company based in Marin County, California. We became enchanted with the majesty of the old growth olive trees we would drive by through Corning, California, during summer road trips on our way to Lake Almanor. We acquired our first orchard in 2003, and turned our attention to tree farming full-time in 2007. Word soon got around about the health and quality of our specimen olive trees and the sculptural beauty they lend to landscapes. We began to be asked to provide trees to famous architectural sites like the Frank Gehry-designed Tin House in Los Angeles, the Broad Museum in Southern California, luxury wineries in Napa Valley and Sonoma wine country, and to the homes of famous actors, professional athletes and other celebrities. Today, our trees can be found complementing landscapes in California, Nevada, Arizona, Texas and the East Coast