Sunday, July 22, 2018

vermouth -

Vermouth is a fortified wine that is added to various types of spices that taste bitter, among others: Artemisia absinthium, aniseed, quinine, cinnamon, coriander seeds, cloves, quassia, bitter orange peel, and so on.

After going through the processing stages as they are stored and filtered, the result is a white vermouth wine (clear). The origin of the vermouth name is wermut, the German for the name of the bush A. absinthium.

Vermouth is used as a cocktail mix or drunk as an aperitif. Cinzano, Martini & Rossi, and Noilly Prat are some of the major vermouth brands.
vermouth -

Vermouth consists of two types, Italian vermouth (sweet vermouth or red vermouth) and French vermouth (dry vermouth or white vermouth). Italian Vermouth is slightly rosy while French vermouth is slightly yellowish. In general, Italian vermouth generally contain about 16% -18% alcohol content and 4% -16% sugar content. Meanwhile, French vermouth contains 18% alcohol content and 4% sugar content.