The choice of alcohol is varied depending on the occasion and personal preference. Most people have a favourite drink but there are so many options out there, and it may be hard to pick just one. The following is a list of some of the top vermouth brands.
Dubonnet is a favourite old-school drink with a sweet, wine-based taste, a bittersweet aftertaste, and a pleasant aroma. It is great for making cocktails, and it goes exceptionally well with gin. It has an alcohol percentage of 15%. Dubonnet is made from spices, herbs, and fortified wine. It is reputable for being the favourite drink of Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother.
This aromatic drink is great for cocktails, and you can serve it over ice. It has the aroma and taste of botanicals and an alcohol content of 15%.
The drink has an alcohol content of 18%. It has a clear, golden amber look, and a pleasant aroma of pungent wormwood and herbs, honey, ripe bananas, honey, honeysuckle, and common flowers. The taste is bittersweet, and the aftertaste is that of citrus fruits, black pepper, and floral notes. It tastes good on its own, but it is also great for cocktails.
The drink is made from alcohol, sugar, wine, herb infusions, and spices. It has an alcohol percentage of 16%. It has a rich, full flavour, and a bittersweet aftertaste. Cocchi Vermont di Torino tastes best on its own or over ice.
The aperitif is made using caramel, botanicals, and European white wine. It is best served with gin or over ice. The appearance is clear, amber, with copper glints. It has balanced bitter and sweet taste of dried citrus fruits, wormwood, and marmalade. The aftertaste is fruity and slightly bitter.
The drink is great for cocktails but also tastes great over ice. It is a bitter aperitif wine laced with quinine. The percentage of alcohol by volume is 16.5, and the colour is golden. The drink debuted in Italy in 1891.
The bitter aperitif is made with alcohol, wormwood, sugar, and dry Italian herbs. It is best served over ice with soda and orange zests.
It has a distinct taste and smell and is excellent for making cocktails. Antica Formula Carpano Vermouth has deep aromas of chocolate, almonds, raspberries, cherries, and vanilla. It is excellent for making a Manhattan. The percentage of alcohol per volume is 16.5. The drink has a clear, dark red appearance, and it tastes like dried fruits. The aftertaste is of cinnamon and fruits.
The drink has an alcohol to volume percentage of 18. It is made with organic wormwood, thyme, cloves, cinnamon, English wine, and cubeb. It is excellent for cocktails. It has the aromas of mint, cinnamon, spices, and chocolate. The taste is fruity and spicy, and the aftertaste is a mild liquor flavour mixed with thyme.
The drink from France has a percentage of alcohol per volume of 17.5. It is best served on the rocks, with tonic, or over ice. It has a clear golden hue, and the aroma is of grape juice, pine, almond, and citrus fruit. It has white wine and seaweed tastes and a spicy white wine aftertaste.
Try the vermouth brands to find out which drinks are the most fun for you.
|Jack Daniels Single 70cl||£30.00||41%|
|Auchentoshan American Oak 70cl||£20.00||38%|
|Campo Viejo Rioja 75cl||£6.50||38%|
|Jack Daniels Gentleman 70cl||£23.00||35%|
|Aberlour year Speyside 70cl||£22.00||34%|
|Campo Viejo Rioja 75cl||£8.50||33%|
|Reyka Vodka 70cl||£20.00||32%|
|Lanson Brut Ros 75cl||£27.00||30%|
|Thomas Dakin Gin 70cl||£22.00||29%|
|Glenfiddich Year Old 70cl||£25.00||29%|