Fred Jerbis "Vermut 25" Vermouth (750ml)

SKU #1397365

Got a craft vodka you'd like to shake in ice with just a splash of vermouth? Artisanal vermouth is the way to go: in the town of Polcenigo, in Friuli, Fred Cremasco employs Verduzzo, a high-quality white wine of Friulia, as his base and infuses his vermouth with 25 different botanicals. The importers tasting note: "Very complex, refined flavor of herbs and citrus with a beautifully balanced bitterness on the finish. Fred says ‘Thanks to a special processing of the herbs, the body has fruity notes that range from red fruits to black cherry; the bitter tones come from the maceration of herbs like gentian root and cinchona bark. Rounded and smooth in the end, thanks to the seeds and roots of angelica. Aftertaste: a persistent bitter note owing to the intensity of wormwood and masterwort, and particularly to juniper berries." Note: This may throw a bit of sediment, a sign of minimal processing and high quality.


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