Definition of vermouth
: a dry or sweet aperitif wine flavored with aromatic herbs and often used in mixed drinks
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Logan's signature cocktails include the Silk Road, with Bulleit Rye, tamarind syrup and lime juice, and Mr. West, with tequila, vermouth, lime juice and a Thai Chile syrup.
Which is exactly where Stark (Robert Downey Jr., still as dry as vermouth and as tan as George Hamilton) wants him to stay, at least for now.
With the dry vermouth wine notes, everything about Camille’s creation is fresh and unexpected.
But that recipe is for a drink that contains a maraschino cherry, sweet vermouth and sweetened gin.
Vermouth is red or white wine flavored with aromatic herbs.
Regardless of the season, patrons at Richard’s can always get an Idaho vodka martini ($12) and a tasty riff on a classic negroni ($13), made with organic gin, sweet vermouth, bitter spirits and a twist of orange peel.
INGREDIENTS ½ ounce Michter’s Straight Rye Whiskey ½ ounce Remy Martin 1738 Accord Royal Cognac ½ ounce Dolin Rouge Vermouth1 tsp.
A Metropolitan is similar to a brandy Manhattan, but with a 3-to-1 ratio of brandy and vermouth.
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Origin and Etymology of vermouth
VERMOUTH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of vermouth for English Language Learners
: a type of wine that is flavored with herbs and spices and often mixed with other alcoholic drinks
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