Vermouth


Vermouth -

A light wine, slightly fortified and sweetened and aromatized by the addition of herb extracts. It is drunk as a light liqueur wine and used in the making of cocktails and other "mixed drinks." Both French and Italian vermouths are sold in considerable quantities in this country, but the Italian is the original and considered the choicer. The greater part of the commercial supply of Italian Vermouth comes from Turin, but the very finest is that from the Island of Elba. Hungarian Vermouth is obtained by steeping spices and wormword (absinthium) in old wine.


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