“Downton Abbey” may be over but its luxury lives on in a new offering from Chester’s top-rated restaurant Grano Arso — a $99 cocktail.

The drink will be made in a partnership with Highclere Castle Gin, based in Essex and launched last year by Onyx Moonshine creator Adam von Gootkin. Highclere Castle was the set for the beloved “Downton Abbey,” and its 8th Earl and Countess of Carnarvon are partners in the gin brand.

The cocktail, designed for over-the-top luxury, will consist of the gin, a rare vermouth, citron and — pinkies up — dollops of golden osetra caviar and creme fraiche on a fancy cracker straddling the top of the glass.

Celebrity chef Joel Gargano (from TV shows such as “Chopped”) and his wife, Lani Gargano, run Grano Arso, which was honored as best eatery in the state this year by the Connecticut Restaurant Association.

“Grano Arso is one of my absolute favorite restaurants,” said von Gootkin in a news release, “and it’s a true honor to have Chef Joel and his wonderful team take on this fun and exciting challenge,” “

The Brit-inspired cocktail, tentatively called Royale Martini, will go on sale in November through December and will cost $99, with a portion of the proceeds to benefit the Channel 3 Kids Camp. It will be introduced to media at a Monday, Oct. 26, event in restaurant’s bank vault.

Connecticut Media Group