Del Professore Vermouth (750ml)

SKU #1193960

This fabulous collaboration between Antica Distilleria Quaglia, Chef Frederico Ricatto, and the Jerry Thomas Project in Rome is looking to surpass the omnipresent Carpano brand. While it's not a red vermouth it has some of the richness and complexity associated with Carpano's popular Antica Formula. With a base of high-quality Moscato from the Langhe and inspired by historical celebrity bartender Jerry Thomas' own recipe, the Del Professore has finally given us another option when it comes to big bold vermouths. Designed as an aperitif, it performs well in many traditional cocktails calling for vermouth as well.

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By: Christie Brunick | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 4/1/2015 | Send Email
Looking for a great springtime aperitif? This semi-off-dry Italian White Vermouth is soo delicious and refreshing! It's a great option for someone who wants something a little different than there typical Lillet Blanc or similar. I love it over the rocks with a twist of lemon or other citrus! I will be enjoying this all summer!

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Other Distilled Spirits

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Italy

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