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Cinzano Extra Dry Vermouth (1000ml)
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- ABV 18%
- Closure: Cork
There are two basic types of Vermouth: The dark, more richly flavoured Italian variety imperative in many cocktails, as well as alone, with cassis or as an aperitif; And the light, dry French vermouth of which Cinzano Extra Dry is a locally produced example. Both are fortified and stepped up with various herbs. They aid digestion and incite appetite.
Made using 14 ingredients including camomile and rose petals, there is no limit to what can be mixed with Cinzano Dry - its delicate flavours have made it a standard in bars around the world. Try it with Soda water, Dry Ginger or Lemonade. 18% alc./vol.
Tasting note: Pale straw color. Nose is vibrant and brimming with off-dry, slightly candied and metallic scents of pine tar and damp vegetation. On the palate, it’s clean and keenly off-dry. Aftertaste smacks of roots and tree bark. Round, carefree and beguiling. Best Buy.
Rating: 85-89 - tasting note sourced from www.wineenthusiast.comsize>
Classic Cocktail: The Martini
A true Martini is always made with Gin, and always includes Vermouth. No other cocktail as attained quite the status or mystique as this classic combination. If you're the type of person that enjoys a good Martini, then spend a little time learning to understand it better. If you play around with several different brands of gin, different ratios of dry and/or sweet vermouth, and a few dashes of Orange Bitters, you just might learn a new appreciation for some of the interesting complexities that can accompany this legendary cocktail.
Method: Stir with ice. Strain into a cocktail glass. Garnish with either a lemon zest or a green olive. The Gin to Vermouth ratio is approximately 5 to 1. An "extra-dry" martini can take this to such an extreme as to have no vermouth at all. - notes partially sourced from www.drinkboy.comsize>
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