Vermouth "Martini" Rosso, 0.5 L
Vermouth dark amber color.
Traditional taste Martini Rosso - tart and bitter, but he softened a bit due to the high sugar content.
Vermouth has a rich aroma.
Martini Rosso is recommended to drink with ice, lemon juice or a slice of lemon or orange. Harmonious combination of Rosso vermouth is also cherry juice or cola. On the basis of Martini Rosso makes a variety of cocktails, with the addition of other ingredients. For example, the famous cocktail "Manhattan" is precisely because of this vermouth.
Martini Rosso - the first vermouth Martini. Until the end of the XIX century, he also was the only kind of vermouth. Martini Rosso often prefer men than women, as it has sufficient strength and tartness taste. For the production of Martini Rosso first produced sweet white vermouth, which are then added different ingredients for the acquisition of color and enhance the smell. The recipe for this vermouth (as indeed, other forms of Martini) remains a closely guarded secret, and he is familiar only to a few experts working in the company. HR same composition is known only by numbers of elements whose names they do not know.
Pure Martini drink of wine glasses for whiskey and wine glasses famous triangular shape is used only for cocktails with Martini.
The history of Martini began in the 19th century. In 1847, in the town of Pession, in the Piedmont region, a company for the production of wines and liquors was founded. One of the partners was the commercial agent Alessandro Martini. Luigi Rossi, herbal expert and winemaker, researched various flavors and found a great combination for vermouth. Luigi Rossi and Alessandro Martini became the owners of the company and their vermouth was called "martini". Their heirs made the company one of the most famous producers of vermouth. A large number of different medals proves the high merits of the drink. Even the King of Piedmont, Umberto I, allowed the company to place its coat of arms on the label - a white cross on a red background. At the end of the twentieth century, the Martini and Rossi company became the owner of several well-known alcoholic companies: Offley, Otar, Benedictine Liqueur. In 1992, she joined the Bacardi industrial group. Now more than 200 million bottles of Martini are sold annually worldwide.