Filthy and Spicy Martini

Be brave and try a Filthy and Spicy Martini!

Be brave and try a Filthy and Spicy Martini!

Be warned…this Filthy and Spicy Martini will knock you naked, in more ways than one!

Filthy martini with spicy peppers

Filthy martini with spicy peppers

Not only is this fabulous cocktail super strong with all of the alcohol from the vodka and vermouth, but it’s also super spicy from the pepper-stuffed green olives used for the garnish, along with some added spicy olive juice from the jar.

Martini spicy olives for garnish and vermouth

I love these spicy olives to garnish a martini

I came across these pepper-stuffed green olives at Marshalls a few months ago, but didn’t actually open them until the other day. Man, they are hot, but they are wonderful! You can find them at the Filthy Food website for seven dollars.  Amazon has them too, but they’re more expensive there.

Pepper Stuffed Olives for Martini. This is one spicy and wonderful cocktail!

Pepper Stuffed Olives for Martini

The pepper-stuffed olives provide such a vivid addition to this Filthy and Spicy Martini, don’t you think? They add vivid taste too. This is the sort of cocktail that forces you to sip and savor it slowly.

Spicy and Filthy? Or Filthy and Spicy? No matter...just try one!

Spicy and Filthy? Or Filthy and Spicy? No matter…just try one!

The recipe below calls for an ounce of vermouth to 2 and 1/2 ounces of vodka, but, from what I’ve seen and read, various people prefer different ratios of vermouth to vodka for their martinis, with some folks liking a one to one ratio of vermouth to vodka.  You might want to experiment and see what suits your taste.

Filthy martini spiced with pepper-stuffed olives

Filthy martini spiced with peppers

Here’s the printable recipe:

Filthy and Spicy Martini
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Pepper-stuffed green olives and a bit of spicy olive juice from the jar make for a memorable filthy and spicy cocktail
Recipe type: Cocktail
Serves: One serving
  • 2 and ½ ounces vodka
  • 1 ounce dry vermouth
  • 1 Tablespoon juice from jar of spicy pepper stuffed olives
  • garnish: 2 large pepper-stuffed green olives
  1. Place martini glass in freezer to chill for about 5 minutes.
  2. To a shaker filled halfway with ice, add vodka, vermouth and olive juice.
  3. Shake vigorously for 45 seconds.
  4. Strain into chilled glass.
  5. Place the two olives on a pick and garnish drink.
  6. Enjoy!

Filthy Martini with Spicy Olives

Filthy Martini with Spicy Olives



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  1. says

    I’m not a huge vodka drinker, but this martini looks really good with the spiciness of the pepper. Thanks for sharing your recipe with us at the Over the Moon Link Party.

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