This fortified wine was already well-known at the end of the 18th century and, in the centuries that followed, its popularity grew around the world. Following the recent revival of original recipes and craftsmanship, it finds itself in the spotlight once more. Vermouth Bianco, or Classico, is the quintessential ready-to-drink Italian aperitif and this recipe is replete with the fragrant scents of citrus and roses. On the palate, it offers us the sweetness of vanilla, the spicy notes of cinnamon and a delicately bitter finish of absinthe and gentian.
MAIN HERBS AND SPICES
Absinthe, sweet orange, chamomile,
gentian, vanilla, rose, cinnamon
In collaboration with
The Jerry Thomas Speakeasy Rome