Dear Curious Readers,
The herbs and spices series continues and now with Vermouth.
Vermouth is not a spirit. So maybe you are wondering why Spiritsfully dedicating a post 101 to Vermouth?
Because, good Vermouth involves distillation. Indeed Vermouth is based on wine macerated with spices and herbs and then rectified with neutral alcohol. Because there are more and more good Vermouth out there and it is worth trying the wide organoleptic range of this category. Because it’s often low in alcohol, this classic aperitif is particularly suited for summer time. Because who knows precisely what Vermouth is?
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