Vermouth, dryCocktail Ingredient Glossary » Vermouth, dry
Dry vermouth is one of the three variations of vermouth and is often used in mixing Martinis. It is unsweetened and has a bitter, medicinal flavor.
Vermouth is a fortified wine originally brewed in Italy, created by adding herbs, spices and alcohol to wine.
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Brands and Variations of Dry vermouth
Noilly Pratt is a brand of dry Vermouth made from blanc de blanc wines in Marseillan in the south of France.